New functions and changes
|Functionality||After||Before||Result of changes|
|Configuration properties.||Version 8.3.1 is added to the list of available values of the Compatibility mode property.||Compatibility modes were available for the following platform versions: 8.1, 8.2.13, and 8.2.16.||In version 8.3.2 you can run configurations created in version 8.3.1 or earlier without making changes to the configuration and without changing its data structure. This allows you to perform quick transition to version 8.3.2 without making any configuration changes, then work with the configuration as usual and remove the compatibility mode at later time. This also allows you to use version 8.3.1 for working with the infobase even after the transition to version 8.3.2. You can use this option both before and after the compatibility mode is removed (in the latter case you have to turn the compatibility mode back on).|
|Development tools.||Automated configuration testing is implemented for managed applications. The testing is written in 1C:Enterprise script (using the appropriate script objects); it emulates a sequence of interactive actions and checks the results of their execution.|
Automated testing is supported for thin, thick, and web clients, both in file and client/server modes.
The test does not require making any changes in the configuration being tested.
Implemented the option of recording interactive user actions in a managed application for later use in a 1C:Enterprise script-based scenario, which reproduces the actions (http://its.1c.ru/db/metod81#content:5014:1).
|This feature was not provided.||Better development quality can be achieved due to automated testing of the applied solution interface.|
|Developing tools. Applied objects.||Implemented XDTO serialization for pivot charts. Templates of spreadsheet documents that contain pivot charts can be dumpled to XML files.||This feature was not provided.||All configuration objects can be dumped to files.|
|Mobile application.||Mobile application development is supported, with target operating systems iOS and Android. Applications can run on mobile devices in the offline mode; permanent Internet connection is not required. Application data exchange through the Internet can be implemented using standard 1C:Enterprise tools. The development is performed in Designer; the managed application development model is used. The subset of functionality used for PC application development is supported.|
The resulting applications can run both on PC and mobile devices.
|This feature was not provided. |
Mobile application development was only supported in the mobile extension for handheld devices (and only for Microsoft Windows Mobile and Microsoft Windows CE operating systems).
|You can develop applications for devices with iOS and Android operating systems using 1C:Enterprise platform tools. Data exchange between mobile applications and PC applications is available.|