JUCE 5 has been released!


#1

Title says it all… Hope you like the new features!


#2

Where is the list of new features?


#3

https://juce.com/releases/juce-5


#4

Congratulations!

… the URL behind the link “this flag” in the login page of the new Projucer points to a location that doesn’t seem to exist: https://github.com/WeAreROLI/JUCE/blob/5.0.0/extras/Projucer/JuceLibraryCode/AppConfig.h

:innocent:


#5

oops! The 5.0.0 tag just hasn’t reached github yet - should be there shortly and that link will magically come alive…


#6

Ok thanks.
Sorry for bringing it up here, I just wanted to warn you early so that you could fix it before getting tons of reports.


#7

where is the DSP class?


#8

Inter App Audio yay!!! Thanks a lot!!!
The new pricing policy also shows the Roli/Juce is really about empowering entrepreneurs/mad-scientists hahahaha!

Amazing, guys!


#9

Congrats on an awesome release I’m sure.
Though I really wish JUCE would get minimal testing.
Clean build on a clean machine (never had JUCE, pulled latest master, opened Xcode and built).

Started Login process… and where it said Let’s Start to get it running it eventually crashed…

P.S - The new LookAndFeel is really cool. looking well.


#10

Congratulations!..20 chars


#11

Yes, the new licensing is great, I am an Android dev and wanted to get into messing around with C++ and a framework that abstracted MIDI and the audio stream.

There are definitely developers that value your decision and I am one of them. I fully intend on getting a pro license in the next year or so just to support development but this is still great for a non committal entry point.


#12

Let us know how you get along with audio development on Android, as it’s basically non-existant lol


#13

Well yeah I have been doing Android for a while now and I get where you are coming from but, things change and I am not really worried about crushing the market with sales. Right now I mainly make apps based on Caustic’s audio engine.

I have a little drum machine up right now and a library app for use with Caustic. I am looking towards the future, I have other things I am doing and not planning my near future on pro audio with Android just yet, but that doesn’t mean time isn’t going to pass and things change, they always do.


#14

holy shitballs, Caustic is basically Reason with Atari graphics! that is amazeballs.


#15

I know this is OT and I won’t hijack this thread any more but I am not Rej (the developer of Caustic), I have been working with him for 5+ years and use his audio engine through OSC and native C++ calls. Still, he managed in 2011 to do some neat stuff on Android but he was smart, it was sequencer oriented.

The problem with Android right now is latency(touch/dsp roundtrip) as we all know, that is the only thing that defines Pro Audio to me IMHO, other than CPU power.


#16

Congratulations guys !


#17

Congratulations! :slight_smile:
Really liking the new licensing scheme.


#18

Are the new interface styles and components presented somewhere?


#19

Are the docs behind GIT? Looking for info on IPv6. Is that on every platform?

Bruce


#20

Will there be a cadence for minor and patch releases?