Querix Menu Tool

Querix Menu Tool

Querix is delighted to present a quick video tutorial on how to use Querix menu tool   Querix Menu Tool is powerful although it easy-to-use 4GL program with a user-friendly interface. It uses Querix 4GL functions to build, manage, and publish menus in the...
Meet Lycia VSCode Extension

Meet Lycia VSCode Extension

Querix is happy to present the Lycia VScode extension (LVSCE)   As compared with Querix’s well established Lycia development workbench that is based on Eclipse IDE, the Lycia VScode extension is perfectly optimized and hardened for Building and Debugging...
4GL static code analysis with LyciaStudio

4GL static code analysis with LyciaStudio

Your 4GL applications may be big or even huge. The bigger they are and the more of them, the harder it is to understand the dependencies, nesting, detect the dead code and unnecessary program components.Without knowing the insides of the source code of your 4GL...
New installer of Lycia – Querix Package Manager

New installer of Lycia – Querix Package Manager

We are excited to announce the general availability of our newest installer – Querix Package Manager (QPM) – fast and effortless way to install and update Lycia as a whole or selectively, with your custom configuration preserved. Available with offline installation...
Lycia Roadmap H2 2018 – H1 2019

Lycia Roadmap H2 2018 – H1 2019

We must admit we are getting a bit late with delivering a few items from the roadmap for H1 2018. Indeed, we expect our new installer and beta version of Material UI (for LyciaWeb only) to be available shortly in one of the next Lycia packages that you can find on the...
LyciaStudio Oxygen now available

LyciaStudio Oxygen now available

Today, we are happy to announce the public beta release of LyciaStudio based on Eclipse Oxygen. With Eclipse Oxygen, LyciaStudio has gained freedom over the perspective management – easily add, remove, and update any plugins available in Eclipse repository. Set...