It’s been a long time since we have written a blog post… That’s because we are working hard on the development of the new version 2.2.0 of the OpenFLUID software platform! 🚀
As we have a lot of new stuff to show you, we invite you to discover the major new features and significant evolutions of this version during a webinar to be held on Monday 21 November 2022 at 14:00.
OpenFLUID observers are a simple and efficient way to output results from simulations to CSV files. As they have been recently updated with significant evolutions, Let’s have a closer look to these observers…
OpenFLUID 2.1.11 is available for download.
This release is mainly for small updates and bug fixes, with the addition of some new features that will improve the use of the platform : a direct access to the wares build options at runtime, a new date format for CSV observers, filtering capabilities when importing wares in OpenFLUID-DevStudio.
🇬🇧 The OpenFLUID team is starting a survey to learn more about how the software platform is used. Feel free to participate!
🇫🇷 L’équipe OpenFLUID lance une enquête pour mieux connaître les utilisations de la plateforme logicielle. N’hésitez pas à y participer!
While we had announced that OpenFLUID 2.1.10 would be the latest of the 2.1.xx release cycle…
Surprise! Here is 2.1.11!
OpenFLUID 2.1.10 is available for download.
This version brings useful new features such as the ability to colorize simulators in OpenFLUID-Builder, the execution of external tools from OpenFLUID-Devstudio, or the support of 3D geometries when integrating spatial data from GIS. It also improves internal robustness and fixes various bugs.
The version 2.1.10 of OpenFLUID is currently being finalized and will be released as installable packages in few weeks.
This version brings some useful improvements such as the ability to colorize simulators in OpenFLUID-Builder, the execution of external tools from OpenFLUID-Devstudio, or the support of 3D geometries when integrating spatial data from GIS.