Archive for the ‘releases’ Category

Evolve 1.0.2 released

Tuesday, November 16th, 2010
This release incorporates several usability enhancements. You can now right click on an element to create new elements, rather than using the palette. Please also note that the delete key now deletes the model elements also. If you require the old "delete view" command, please invoke this from the edit menu. We made this change because we found that people generally expected the deeper behaviour in usability tests.

Evolve 1.0.1 released

Wednesday, November 10th, 2010
Evolve 1.0.1 has just been released. This fixes a few small bugs around importing and re-importing beans and simplifies the license screens. Please try it out and send any feedback to

Evolve is released: version 1.0 now available!

Sunday, October 31st, 2010
We have released Evolve version 1.0 today, and it is now available for purchase. Evolve is one of the most sophisticated software architecture products on the market. It brings the full power of component orientation to Java. Despite Evolve’s polished interface which insulates the user from much of the sophistication, it is in fact a fully fledged architectural description language under the covers. It also incorporates cutting edge research into component reuse and evolution. So, pleaseRead More....

Release candidate 5 out!

Wednesday, October 20th, 2010
Please head over to the download page to get version 1.0rc5. This corrects a defect to do with the handling of primitive types in the leaf code generation. We have been working hard to get to this stage. Based on the slowing rate of bug reports, we are fairly confident of only needing another handful of further releases before our tentative go-live date of 1st November.