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This new version is a significant rewrite of the control programs.  The tray-based control panel has been converted to an html application program (.hta) referred to as UniController. Apanel has been scrapped and its functions are now all in a server control panel in UniController. Included is a new, detailed documentation set in HTML format.
 
This new version is a significant rewrite of the control programs.  The tray-based control panel has been converted to an html application program (.hta) referred to as UniController. Apanel has been scrapped and its functions are now all in a server control panel in UniController. Included is a new, detailed documentation set in HTML format.

Revision as of 14:04, 13 September 2011

Uniform Server Development Status

Active and current:
Series 7-Orion: 100% Support Material
Uses VC9 (Visual C++ 2008) instead of VC6 (Visual C++ 6.0).

Future:
Series 8-Coral: 90% - Now in (controlled) beta testing.

This new version is a significant rewrite of the control programs. The tray-based control panel has been converted to an html application program (.hta) referred to as UniController. Apanel has been scrapped and its functions are now all in a server control panel in UniController. Included is a new, detailed documentation set in HTML format.

Stable, but with outdated components:
Version 4.5-Mona: 100% Support Material

Version 5.7-Nano: 100% Support Material
Supplementary support for 5-Nano Series
This is also applicable to 7-Orion.

Series 6-Carbo.
Uses US Tray Menu 2 instead of The UniTray. Uses VC9 (Visual C++ 2008) instead of VC6 (Visual C++ 6.0).

Plug-In Development Status

Server Side Plugins

Admin Side Plugins

Future Development List