Adobe has released DPS Tools v29, part one of a two-part release rollout. The The second part of the release is scheduled to take place in January, after the holidays.
This release includes new features in the DPS App Builder, as well as improvements in social sharing and web viewing and a number of enhancements for the Enterprise Edition.
A history of the features added to each version of DPS Tools can be viewed here.
This weekend Adobe released DPS Tools v28.
Perhaps the biggest news about this update is iOS7 support. This will be a big change for the development community, including DPS apps. For more information on creating apps that take advantage of iOS7 features, see Adobe’s document iOS7 Support in the v28 DPS Viewer.
A list of features added to DPS Tools v27 and earlier can be viewed here.
Today Adobe released DPS Tools v26.
There are several welcome improvements. One we are particularly happy to see is that PDF folios can now be previewed in the Desktop Viewer. Previously you could only preview these folios on the iPad. PDF folios can now be used on Android devices, too, bringing the advantages of PDF folios to that platform.
There are some improvements in the iPad library view, along with full iPhone 5 screen support.
As DPS evolves and more DPS apps are developed, it becomes important with each new release to keep up with the latest version of the software. These update include new features as well as bug fixes and “hot fixes” which include fixes for bugs introduced by the new release. So it is the case with the recently released DPS Tools v25.
For example, those using iOS 6.1 may have hit a nasty bug which caused DPS apps to crash if there was no internet connection. A “hot fix” on the DPS server side (no need to download new DPS tools on the user side) corrected this. Continue reading
Today Adobe released DPS Tools v25.
There are improvements in the Library UI and several improvements for the Enterprise version in particular.
With this release, iOS4 is no longer supported; viewers created with this version will only support iOS5 or later. Continue reading
Last Friday, Adobe released DPS Tools v24. There are some nice improvements in this version.
We particularly like that when an app is being downloaded on to an iPad, the user can go to other apps on the iPad, or view another folio, without the download cancelling. When creating apps, you can now update multiple articles at once in the Folio Builder panel.
While the frequency of DPS Tool updates can be annoying at times, small improvements such as these are welcome additions. Continue reading