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Explore the events and turning points that have shaped our company over the past seventeen years.
1994Querix founded, to create Informix-4GL compatible development solutions
1996Release of the first Informix-4GL compatible compiler
1997Querix releases the first Informix-4GL compiler for Oracle
1997Querix releases the first Informix-4GL compiler for the Microsoft Windows platform
1999Querix releases the Microsoft Windows native GUI client, Phoenix
2000Querix starts the new millennium by launching the unique HTML Web enabler, Arachne
2000Querix adds Chimera to its product suite, providing all the functionality of Phoenix, for Java environments
2001'Hydra4GL' is enhanced to be compatible with Microsoft SQL Server
2003SSL support is added across the Querix suite of products
2003'Hydra4GL' is enhanced again, including a graphical form designer and IBM DB2 compatibility
2004Version 2 of Phoenix and Chimera are released, with additional functionality extensions
2005Central & Automated Server-Client Resource Distribution to minimize administration work
2006Querix adds dynamic SQL & DataType translation for PostgreSQL and MySQL database support
2007Graphical language extensions and GUI clients get enriched with new functionality
2009Opening 4GL to other application services by offering Web Services Server and Client functionality
2010'Lycia' - A new generation of our 4GL/Esql-C development suite with an Eclipse based 4GL IDE with graphical form designer, advanced graphical debugger, WebService enhancements and platform independent P-Code generation.
2012LyciaBI Bussiness Intellegence and Lycias' next generation graphical .NET and Ajax clients, graphical remote server management tools, Java interoperability and enhanced XML support.
LyciaFormDesigner - WindowsBuilder® Form Designer integration for rapid design and professional looking GUI and advanced import options to re-use legacy 4GL code from I4gl®, BDS® and Genero®,.
LLVM integration and LyciaMobile rich fat graphical clients.