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We have released another version of the library, the RC3.

It fixes a bug in the new table creation methods and one in the build system.

We’ve also made some improvements and moved some classes from the util library to the core and bluetooth libraries.

We have done this release so fast because the bug resolved in the Table class is important enough, though it could be easily “workarounded” we felt that it should be fixed at once. It was only one missing line of code!

We are working with the application template and the demo application. They are going to bring some minor changes to the database engine. We will release them (the template and the sample) soon, along with the final version 3.0.

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Hello everyone,

We’ve been working hard to publish this 3.0 RC2 release, because this is the first complete release of the OpenBaseMovil platform.

This means that you can now create applications with all the supplied files that you can download at Source Forge.

We have finally included the ui library, along with the net and util libraries and much, much more. This includes some bonuses such as a barcode scanner interface to Microvision Flic barcode scanner and also a NMEA compatible driver for bluetooth GPS antennas. You just start them and register your class to listen for their events, and then you just have to process the events with the data (barcodes and gps locations respectively).

So what’s next? We’ll be releasing soon also a template application and a demo application built with it, along with a series of posts here with a tutorial on how to build applications very quickly. So stay tuned, and subscribe to the feed!

You have been very helpful and very inspiring through your commens and emails, and I encourage you to keep that way.

Please, leave your thoughts and digg it if you like it!

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