In 2012, we had 52 release notes (In January alone, we had ten…) Yet, in 2013, not a peep, nor a sound: no new features, no bug fixes.
In 2013 we’ll be launching the fourth major version of CakeMail.
What does this mean?
Work on “CakeMail 4” started last October, with a focus on speed, responsiveness and simplicity. The user interface is getting a makeover, with a rethought structure and more straightforward flows.
But that’s another blog post altogether.
We’re also working on the back-end to improve the speed and access to CakeMail so that the app can load as quickly in Alberta as in Australia.
That means major changes to the infrastructure, from new server deployments to control of the DNS. Most of the infrastructure changes will greatly impact CakeMail in general, and CakeMail 4 in particular.
We can’t wait to show all this work to you in a near future and I hope you will be as excited as we are.
Thanks for being a CakeMailer.