This blog has been quite quiet for since May. It is not because we consider Creative Docs .NET to be perfect now; oh no, surely not. No, we are simply very busy with some parallel developments which require all our attention. I'll blog about them as soon as we have something to show, I promise.
Internally, we have a new version of Creative Docs .NET which uses an upgraded GUI framework and is now based on .NET 2.0, making extensive use of the new generic collection classes and other interesting features. Externally, however, nothing significant has changed for the user; under the cover, thousands of lines of code were refactored in order to make the user interface serializable and editable with an interactive designer, allow data binding, etc.