‘A big step forward’ in Vue 2.0
A year after the debut of the latest version of Vue, Vue’s second major release in two years, the company is gearing up for its next big step: a major upgrade to the underlying software.
“We’re doing an upgrade to Vue to make it more secure,” CEO and cofounder Anthony J. Evans told the crowd at the Vue Summit.
“The Vue team has worked hard on it, and we’re doing a really big upgrade to it.”
A big step for Vue?
Evans: “Yes, a big step.”
As part of the upgrade, Evans and his team are also taking a huge step to make Vue more secure.
“As we look at the whole technology, we want to make sure that we are making sure we are protecting our users’ data,” Evans said.
“Vue is built to be very secure.
The Vue platform is built on top of OpenSSL.”
In addition to the new OpenSSL version, VooDoo is also upgrading its firewall, the way that it handles file uploads, the authentication model for the authentication and authentication tokens, and more.
Vue has been around for a little over a year, and Evans believes the company has done a “big deal” with the upgrade.
“A lot of the code is open source,” he said.
As a result, the upgrade is relatively painless.
“I think we’re at a point where it’s pretty easy to upgrade,” he told attendees.
Evans’ team is already using the new version, but it has a couple of new features that are designed to make the upgrade easier.
“Our goal is to have a really simple experience for our users,” he continued.
“They should not have to do anything.
The first thing they will do is check that their Vue version is up to date, and then they will see a pretty nice list of the features that have been added to Voo.”
There’s no word on when the update will roll out, but Evans says it will be rolled out “pretty quickly.”
“We expect to have it out pretty soon,” he added.
“It’s going to take a couple days.”
Evans has been one of the more outspoken supporters of the VooMatic platform, a free and open-source alternative to Google’s Chrome browser that he believes is the best way to manage your web pages and applications.
In his speech at the Summit, Evans said that VooTalks has been “the fastest growing company on the web,” and that he was impressed with the number of developers who are using the platform.
“In fact, I think it’s probably the fastest growing platform on the Internet today,” Evans added.
VooTalk is a free, open-sourced, web-based voice-over-IP system, and is the most popular voice-calling application in the world.
In 2015, it was acquired by Microsoft for $1 billion, which means that it will no longer be available for use by companies and governments.
While it will still be available on Microsoft platforms, Voom, VuoVo, and other VooGo competitors are now using the technology.
Veeam is a cloud computing service that provides VoIP applications and applications that use the voice-to-text and video-to and audio-to software.
Voom was acquired in 2016 by SoftBank, but has since been taken over by another company, and VooVoice, which is the VeeVo voice-based platform for VooVue, is no longer available on the Voom platform.
A few weeks ago, Evans told Business Insider that he hopes that “we’ll have a lot more people using Vue in the next two years.”