The 5.4 version was officially released on June 29, 2018.
It is available from the official location on our ftp-server.
Some highlights of new functionality in 5.4 are:
Manipula Dialogs, support for harmless changes, data editing functionality, extended accessibility functionality and active directory support.
Check the What's New section in the Help to see all changes/additions.
Registration for IBUC 2018 is now open. Go to the official site for information on how to register and for more information about accommodation and the program as it becomes available.
Please remember, you can send in abstracts for presentations until June 8.
From 28 through 31 May, Statistics Netherlands will organise a Blaise 5 Layout Training, which is a four-day course for Blaise developers. It will focus specifically on how to specify and apply layout using the new tools in Blaise 5. The course is especially useful for existing Blaise 4 programmers who want to know more about how to make the transition to Blaise 5, or who want to know more about the new capabilities of Blaise 5.
New for this course is that it is divided in 3 modules.
Our new video tutorial has just been released. It explains a bit about what session data is, how it works and what you can do with it. You get it for free when you use a primary key in your data model.
The 5.3.0 version has now been officially released. It has build number 220.127.116.112.
You can find it in the official location on our ftp-server.
This version includes the following new features: Layout language, CARI, ACASI, generic storage, some app extensions and CATI and MVC enhancements.
Our second video tutorial has just been released. It gives a preview of the Layout Language in Blaise 5. This functionality will be available in the official release of Blaise 5.3.0 and we wanted to show how it works.