Thin@ is a professional Smart Client Solution for Clarion which transforms Clarion applications into SaaS Business Internet Applications.
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Thin@ 3.1 Asteria has been released and is available for purchase and download.
You can download the new installer here.
Check out the release notes here.
Check out Thin@ Java demo here.
There are new server versions in Thin@ 3.1.
5 user server - 300 USD
10 user server - 600 USD
Unlimited server(unchanged) - 1000 USD
Thin@ 3.0 Asteria has been released and is available for purchase and download.
Asteria or star-stone is a name applied to varieties of ruby and sapphire which exibit a luminous star when cut. Also, in Greek mythology, Asteria („of the stars“) was a titan goddess of the oracles and prophecies of night that transformed herself into the quail island of Delos. It is also the name given to the upcoming major release of Thin@.
When applied to a Clarion application, Asteria can perform a few powerful transformations that enhance the application in several aspects.
Other powerful transformations include automatically changing the user interface from a standard Clarion MDI application to an MS Outlook-looking application and/or automatically changing the application skin to make it web/mobile/custom-looking.
The deployment of the application is simplified and all the end-user has to do is open the browser, enter the URL of the application and the application appears. No installation.
The server can hold up to 300 concurrent connections by default.
The first Thin@ Case Studies ClarionLive! webinar featured Ton Van Den Broek, Russ Eggen and Andy Karzmacky from ClarionTools!
Ton and Russ demoed their Thin@ applications in production and after that Andy K. and Daniel showed ClarionTools demo apps running with Thin@ in the GoDaddy Cloud.
You can download the webinar recording.
Note: We had some technical difficulties during the Thin@-ClarionTools support section of the webinar, which were solved after the webinar. This is a short description of the problems and their cause:
1st Issue: Printing in the Thin@-ClarionTools demo app did not work as expected. Cause: Too many WMF files have been generated in the temp folder on the server. Solution: Clearing out the temp files and turning on the Auto-Cleanup feature solved the problem.
2nd Issue: A window in the Thin@-ClarionTool app did not appear as expected. Cause: Window position saving bug in Clarion that puts the window off the display. Solution: Turning off saving of the window position in Clarion.
Thin@ 2.1 was presented on June 8th, 2012 on a ClarionLive! webinar. You can download the webinar recording here.
These are some of the new features that were presented:
+ Thin@ Server max. sessions boost
+ Thin@ Server Start-As-Service feature
+ Thin@ Smart Client ActiveX RIA power
You can download Thin@ 2.1 here
Thin@ 2.1. Leap into the future.
Thin@ was presented at the Clarion International Developer Conference 2011 in Orlando. Apart from the presentation, people were also able to attend to Thin@ hands-on workshops.
Click here to read a special conference report prepared by Thin@ representatives.
We have measured Thin@ 2.0 system performance and compared it to MS Remote Desktop Services 2008 (TS) system performance. Download the test results in a form of a PowerPoint presentation.
You can also download the original benchmark results that can be previewed interactively with the MMC Performance Monitor ActiveX. There are many more counters available, including page file use, disk I/O etc. To use it, unpack the archive to your C:\ folder and open the HTML file in Internet Explorer. You can then add/remove counters as you prefer.
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