After quite a bit of blood, sweat and tears, LPS 2.0 was released today. A large number of improvements have been made since V1. When considering improvements many were the result of either feedback from engineers and customers or, removing workflow barriers whenever I ran into them. In other words since I use LPS everyday I inevitably hit something that makes me think “well that could be easier than it is” which led attempting to meet that need, OK that’s better, rinse and repeat.
This means that many times I was running LPS in debug mode in the Visual Studio 2012 development environment. If I stumbled across something that could be a little better, I could make the change right then and there. So, there was a good bit of refinement based on day to day use which I hope will provide the same value to you.
I’ll be posting many of these improvements along with their explanations in the very near future so be sure to keep checking back as there will be goodies abound. 🙂 In the meantime, check out the EHLO article, download LPS 2.0, check out the existing articles to experience some of the new stuff: Here is the EHLO article.
Direct link to the page with the latest bits:
The existing articles on LPS: