Category: Features & Releases
July 24, 2015
by Tulin Green, Marketing Manager at Perforce
A recent study found that nine out of ten internet users are unwilling to visit a website that’s not in their native language. This statistic might not be surprising, but when you consider that there are somewhere between 6,000 and 7,000 languages spoken in the world, it raises the stakes when deciding where to begin the daunting task of localizing a website.
July 20, 2015
Anna Chiang, Technical Product Marketing Manager
Today, Microsoft announced the public availability of the final release of Visual Studio 2015. Perforce supports Visual Studio 2015 with the P4VS Helix Plug-in (2015.1 release), available on our downloads page as well as in Microsoft’s Visual Studio Gallery. Developers can also install and update P4VS within Visual Studio 2015 by going to Tools > Extensions and Updates, click on "Online”, select the Visual Studio Gallery option and enter "P4VS" in the search box.
July 15, 2015
by Tony Vinayak, Senior Manager of Professional Services
June 16, 2015
Sven Erik Knop
We are all very excited about the new distributed version control system (DVCS) capabilities of Perforce Helix. Here are a few tips for getting started.
June 08, 2015
Swarm is two years old this month!
It’s rewarding to think that just two years ago, our collaboration engine was only just getting into the hands of our customers. Fast-forward to today, where Swarm plays a big part in the daily workflows of so many innovative companies. With much of the functionality now matured, we wanted to expand Swarm beyond just our English-speaking customers.
May 21, 2015
With the recent 2015.1 release of the Perforce Helix Visual Studio (P4VS) plugin, we are very excited to introduce Lazy Load of file states. We call this “Lazy Load” because when this feature is on, file states will not be loaded until you are ready to load them from the server. This is a huge win from a performance point of view, especially if you have a lot of files or work remotely. It’s less work on your system resources, allowing the plugin to perform much faster.