What's Next for the VAST Platform?
VAST Platform 2022 (11.0.0)
VAST 2022 coming in Q1 2022!
We've already slated the following features, but more may be added:
New Windows TableView
Implementation of the Windows Table Control for a native look in VAST that provides a great looking widget for row and column data.
ARM Processor Support
32 & 64-bit with JIT
Current internal builds are already running well on both cloud-based processors like Amazon AWS' Graviton2 and small, single board computers like the Raspberry Pi.
Unicode Support Framework
Internationalization with new classes in VAST to provide first-class Unicode support and a comprehensive solution.
Updates to Seaside
Update to the latest version of Seaside to provide richer web framework capability. Additional community coding work will be done to facilitate easier porting of future versions.
Asynchronous Streams Framework
An asynchronous stream of data and/or events that can be used along with our futures/promises framework.
Control and monitor asynchronous activities and tasks within your program.
Get the next generation bi-directional communication technology for web applications.
Automated Build Support (ABS)
Streamline your workflow and automate builds for regular and XD packaging.
Access and transfer remote files natively from the VAST Platform.
Expanded Tonel Framework
Many new features, improvements, and fixes to Tonel tools for more Git-friendliness.
Possible Features for Future Releases:
- Cryptographic Callbacks
- Tar archive stream support
- gRPC and HTTP/2
- JOSE and JSON web tokens
- Authorization/Authentication support (i.e. OAuth2.0, OpenID)
- LDAP/LDAPS integration with Server Smalltalk
- Web services tooling improvements
- Validating XML parser
- MySQL/MariaDB Support
- NoSQL Support
- Enhanced Remote Debugging support for runtime images
- Revamped Changes Browser
- New Code Merge Engine
- Enhanced IC for better memory sharing
- Packager enhancements to simplify deployment
- KES/Stats Tool
Look and Feel
- Gtk for Linux
- WidgetKit/Business Graphics 64-bit