DeZign for Databases V14 ReleasedNOVEMBER 2023
We are pleased to announce the release of DeZign for Databases V14. Version 14 is a significant update to our intuitive database modeling environment. In this version we added support for folder-based projects. The project data is split over multiple files (one for each object). Its main advantage is that it's adjusted to store project files in Version Control Systems such as Git: the project data is split over multiple files, and merge conflicts are less likely. Other new features include in-diagram editing and extended object labeling support with a labeled objects browser. And, much more...
With the new features, DeZign for Databases V14 delivers increases in productivity for database modelers maintaining large models with multiple data modelers.
DeZign for Databases Version 14 is a complete toolset to model, maintain, generate and capture the database design and requirements of databases.
More details about the new features can be found on DeZign for Databases' What's New page.
Pricing and Availability
DeZign for Databases users with an active subscription can upgrade to version 14 free of charge. You can download the latest version with the same download details provided after purchasing your subscription. You can also download the latest version from the check for updates dialog in the software itself. No new license key is needed.
Licensed users of a DeZign for Databases perpetual license can upgrade to version 14 at a reduced price. Go to our upgrade center for all the details on how to upgrade your present version.
Comprehensive product details are available at https://www.datanamic.com/dezign/.
About Datanamic Solutions
Datanamic is a privately owned company based in Leiden, the Netherlands. Datanamic Solutions creates innovative database tools to assist the simplification and automation of database development. To learn more about us please visit our website at www.datanamic.com.
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