Version 5.10.1 (build 2845, dated July 15, 2021) has been released. It can be found in the usual location on our ftp-server. New features and changes for this build include improved performance of cloud runtime, improved Manipula performance of specific points and somewhat improved web data entry performance of large tables.
We apologise for any inconveniences you may have experienced due to this issue. Please let us know if something is not working as expected.
Version 5.9.1 (build 2637, dated January 8, 2021) has been released. It can be found in the usual location on our ftp-server. New features and changes for this build include the introduction of an (Azure) Cloud server, a new data type (DateTimeType), and a ForEach action that can be used in expressions in the expression editor.
Due to an incompatibility in the web API in both Blaise 5.7 and Blaise 5.8, an upgrade button is available in the Server Manager to mitigate damage. See the Upgrade topic in the Help for more information.
Both Android and iOS have a new version available (22.214.171.12434). You can find the Android app in the Play store. The iOS app will become available as soon as the Apple store approves the app.
This video tutorial explains how you can set up surveys in the Android app, iOS app and DepApp. It covers the settings in the server park, the settings for the users of the app and the installation of surveys in the apps, as well as how you can download pre-filled data to the device, or upload it after you are done. It also shows how you can remove the data or a survey when it is no longer needed.
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This video tutorial explains how you can convert your Blaise 4 sources to Blaise 5 using the Source converter that is shipped with the system. It goes on to show how you can convert your data from Blaise 4 to Blaise 5 and back using Manipula. Note that this video does not concern itself with the layout of your questionnaires. For that, please check one of our other videos.
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