Enfocus Releases Switch 2020 Spring
Enfocus, the leader in PDF quality control, advanced PDF editing, and workflow automation for the graphic arts industry announces the release of Switch 2020 spring. Enfocus is committing this release to those who create the workflows that help print service providers build winning print services. Administrators are given more powerful tools and the freedom to design automation that allows businesses to work their own way. Enfocus believes that solutions should not make production rules, users should.
“This release is for the creators, the makers, and the builders. Two of the biggest feature additions will make Switch flow creation more powerful than ever. Putting more resources into the hands of Switch automation creators leads to more integration flexibility, more custom development possibilities, and more opportunity for the fruition of ideas. Switch is being positioned as the epicenter for the automation revolution. Creators are free to rebel against the “out of the box” solutions and truly build outside of the box automation.” - Toon Van Rossum, Product Manager
Consider it an app store for scriptwriters. When writing Switch scripts, you now have access to all available node.js packages available on NPM. NPM contains over 800,000 code packages and almost all of them are compatible with Switch Scripts, starting with the Switch 2020 Spring release.
Developers can use their preferred IDE. Instead of using the Switch Scripter environment to create your Switch Scripts, you can now use your preferred editor, debugger, and other development tools.
One of the most requested features, the Flow Viewer, is not only a viewer, but also gives you access to annotations. Add remarks, questions, extra information, to your more complicated flows quickly and easily. Creators can produce better flow documentation. They can record and communicate flow processes more accurately.
The automation freedom movement begins with Enfocus Switch 2020 Spring.
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