Woopra Released 1.3 Release Candidate 2
Just a couple of days ago woopra, the real-time website tracking and Analytics application, released the final latest release candidate for 1.3 of its desktop tracking application before the forced mass upgrade from the 1.2 release. ArabCrunch has reviewed Woopra before here.
If you do not know the term release candidate (RC), it refers according to Wikipedia, to a version with potential to be a final product, ready to release unless fatal bugs emerge. RC is generally used for testing purposes by private beta testers and is not ready for general release.
According to a blog post by Elie Khoury the founder of Woopra, the new 1.3 RC2 is much more stable than 1.3 RC1 and has a number of new features such as: a new theme editor which adds the ability to create your own themes, new Woopra Light Theme, and A new Quick Stats feature resides at the top. RC2 also comes with a number of User Interface enhancements and optimized code that decreased CPU consumption. Many bugs fixes have been also part of this release.
Next month Woopra will launch the final 1.3 version, which will come with a number of major changes. Such as: server side notifications, which will give you the be the ability to get notified while you’re not connected by other means like SMS and email as Elie Khoury has told me.