As we all know, Scriptcase’s v8 release is close, and we want to present you the news that will be part of its revolution in the way of development. Scriptcase v8 brings greater responsiveness to mobiles devices and greater integration with the end user, which has flexible customization in applications.

Today we present the new functionality to exchange messages between users within the same Scriptcase installation.



Once the user receives a message, he will receive an alert informing that the he have received a message, and also asking if the user wants to read the message.

Msgs Path

The user can access the messages management center via toolbar : tools / messages.

Msg Interface


The Scriptcase’s user messages center interface looks a lot like the management interface of an e-mail, friendly to the user.

New Msg


To write a new message, the user must click on the “New Message” button and the users that he wishes to contact, within the same installation Scriptcase.

This is one of the features that are part of the innovation that Scriptcase brings for developers seeking a quick, smart and effective solution for your business.

On 09/07 (Wednesday) at 10am, we will make a brief overview of Scriptcase v8 and its new features. Everyone is invited, and to confirm your attendance, visit the link and register now:

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