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Ignition 8.1.34: Tag Reference Tracker, Vision Template Menu, Launcher Signature Verification Aaron Block Thu, 11/30/2023 - 08:09
The release train refuses to slow down. It just dropped off three top-tier features last month and now it’s back with the most-requested Ignition feature on the ideas portal.
Ignition 8.1.33: Google Map Component, EAM Resume, Java Upgrade Aaron Block Thu, 10/19/2023 - 15:45
Last month, during the ICC 2023 Technical Keynote, Carl Gould and Colby Clegg teased some upcoming Ignition 8.1 features, but they didn’t say how long we’d have to wait. Well, it turns out the answer is “not long at all.”
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ICC 2023 Recap: Elevate to Innovate

For the eleventh time, automation professionals and enthusiasts the world over convened in Folsom, California, for Inductive Automation’s Ignition Community Conference (ICC). The theme...

by Aaron Block, Inductive Automation   -  October 06, 2023
Ignition 8.1.32: New BACnet Read/Write Functions, Scripting Style Guidance Aaron Block Tue, 09/12/2023 - 10:12
Ignition 8.1.32 delivers new scripting functions and acceptable values for the BACnet Driver, some guidance for parsing script functions and docstrings, and more.
Ignition 8.1.31: Mitsubishi Driver Update, Redundancy Conflict Improvement, Perspective Performance Increase Aaron Block Thu, 08/10/2023 - 14:41
Ignition 8.1.31 delivers some additions to the Mitsubishi Driver, a big improvement to redundancy conflict resolution, faster load times for Perspective, and more.
Ignition 8.1.29: Scripting Security Improvement, New Driver Data Types, Perspective Quality-of-Life Updates Aaron Block Fri, 07/07/2023 - 13:17
Ignition 8.1.29 delivers nimble improvements to security when canceling scripts, new data types for the Siemens S7 driver, quality-of-life updates for Perspective, and more.