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Notes Client Performance optimization with Notes RPC Parser: new Version 1.0.13 available
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A new version of the Notes RPC is now available for download. Have a look here:

Lars Bentrop-Bos contacted me last week with a couple of bugs he had found in the application. Since I was already updating things, I made a large release, with many small improvements that I had been thinking of:

New function: Clear cache.ndk

Screen Shot 2014-04-07 at 10.08.41
NRPC Calls are logged only for calls between the server and the client. As a performance booster, Notes caches design element information on a local file called cache.ndk (in the notes data directory). If the file already exists in the local cache, it’s not downloaded by the server. The new button clears the local cache, so that you can simulate the kind of response times that first-time users have of your application.

New Navigation: using unread marks

Screen Shot 2014-04-07 at 10.12.34

I have cunningly made the particularly slow transactions unread documents, so that the end-user can jump from one to another.

Jump to Note
Screen Shot 2014-04-07 at 10.14.37
If a particular transaction concerns a particular note, you can now jump to that note. If it’s a data note, the client is opened, if it’s a designer note, the designer client is opened.

New UI:
1995 came by and took the old UI back. I have spruced things up and added new icons, including a nifty application icon showing some lightning

 




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