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Feature Release 2021.10.1

Feature Release 2021.10.1

1st October 2021 in Feature Releases by Elliott Barratt

The Tabx Autumn release sees our technology move to dedicated database solutions, and some small quality of life UI improvements.

Dedicated Database Server Technology

In our quest to maintain our position as the fastest raw-data crunching software for MR Data, we've invested in a move to Dedicated Database hardware, using the latest AMD Ryzen Threadripper ecosystem. 

Tabx is known for its ability to manage large and trending datasets, and by leveraging the power behind Threadripper CPU's, we can now deliver analysis even faster.

Variable List information

User visual feedback is important to allow a given person to quickly understand the data they're looking at, and to begin to use Tabx. We've added markers wherever a list of Variables is seen to denote Single-type, Multi-type, Filter, Subset and Group inclusions.

UI Customisation

Tabx already support custom branding for all areas of the Tabx UI, and now we've added logic to hide elements that shouldn't be seen to different users in response to our User Access Matrix added in June's release of this year.

This gives even more control to an Agency looking to deliver a unique and specific experience to their Clients.

Demo Project Control

A license can now fully hide the Demonstration Project from all users within that license.




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