Release Notes: Valentina Studio now has a new plugin module. This module allows both experts and users new to database development to visually create and execute complex SQL queries. A diagram pane can be used to specify tables and links to be used in a query. You can drag from one field of a table to another to establish links. Unique features such as ObjectPtr Links and Binary Links can be used. Conditions can be specified for JOINs. Filter conditions can be specified for use in WHERE and HAVING. Queries can be built with DISTINCT, GROUP BY, and HAVING. Fields can be specified for the ORDER BY clause.
Release Notes: Valentina Server and Valentina for Revolution are now supported on Intel Macs. Valentina for Revolution now supports the REVDB API. A new indexing algorithm was implemented for numeric types. It is about 100 times faster and has more compact indexes. A new packet-based protocol was added for VServer. New methods for working with links between tables are available. All examples for all SDKs were tested in both local and client-server mode.
Release Notes: A new join algorithm was implemented, which works hundreds of times faster on big tables. The C++ SDK and Valentina Studio now use the Mac OS X Universal format. Sixty new VB.NET examples were added. A new TestProject was added in the V4MD, V4RB, and VNET products. New SQL commands were added, like "SHOW TABLES". A new warning log was added.
Release Notes: Valentina C++ for xCode (MacOS) was introduced. A set of Windows products was also introduced: Valentina for .NET, Valentina for COM, and Valentina C++. 20-30% overall performance improvements were made to the engine.