aftJS language to be renamed to SyncJS

As you all probably already know, one of the main goals for Syncplify Server! v6 and AFT! v4 is uniformity. And one of the major steps taken to achieve such uniformity is the adoption of the same scripting language in both software products. Since aftJS (the JavaScript flavor found in AFT!) was way more modern […]

Why this blog?

This is a technical blog. And it has two main purposes: 1) To share ideas and insights into the development of the next features in Syncplify’s products with other developers and system administrators who routinely use our software 2) To publish Release Notes every time a new version (whether it is a minor update or […]