Documentation: Retired

The documents on this page (or the functionality that they refer to) have been deprecated.

Last released with Dyalog version 14.1:

  • Dyalog NewLeaf Reference Guide (summary) – NewLeaf superseded by SharpLeaf

    This document is a complete guide to NewLeaf, the frame-based publishing tool that enables high-quality printed output to be generated from simple APL arrays. It details the Designer user interface, syntax and page design elements that combine to allow complete customisation of the output and includes a tutorial that walks through the process of constructing progressively more sophisticated tables. It also explains the namespaces, objects and properties supplied with the NewLeaf workspace.

    It is assumed that the reader has a reasonable understanding of Dyalog.

  • Dyalog RainPro Reference Guide (summary) – RainPro superseded by SharpPlot

    NOTE: RainPro has been superseded by SharpPlot; it is still supported and distributed but no new functionality will be added and Dyalog recommends replacing any calls to RainPro with calls to SharpPlot; SharpPlot has a more consistent API, better-quality graphics (alpha blending, anti-aliased raster graphics), superior performance and is multi-platform rather than limited to Microsoft Windows.

  • Dyalog MiServer Reference Guide (summary) – MiServer 2.0 superseded by MiServer 3.0

    This document is a complete guide to MiServer 2, an APL open source web server that brings the power of APL to the web. It takes a user through the complete webpage creation process, from installation and configuration of MiServer to interacting with a completed website. In addition it covers customising the look and functionality of your website through the use of cascading style sheets (CSS) and a variety of JavaScript/jQuery-based widgets. It also provides examples to use as the basis for a new website and contains a technical reference of the namespaces, classes and functions provided with MiServer.

    It is assumed that the reader has a reasonable understanding of Dyalog; a working knowledge of HTML is useful but not essential.

  • Dyalog RIDE Reference Guide (summary) – RIDE 2.0 superseded by RIDE 3.0
  • Dyalog TCP/IP Using the TCPSocket Object Reference Guide (summary) – TCPSocket Objects superseded by Conga

    NOTE: Dyalog Ltd's recommended framework for TCP/IP communications is now Conga.

Last released with Dyalog version 14.0:

  • Dyalog PEACH Reference Guide (summary) – PEACH superseded by Parallel Language Features