Buckle up! There’s a lot on the roadmap for FME 2019, from an embedded FME Data Inspector to a web-based Workbench. These updates have been years in the making and we’re looking forward to sharing them with you. Read on to find out what our developers have built so far.

FME 2019 Beta splash screen

FME Workbench Updates

Interface enhancements:

FME Workbench 2019 Beta interface with Visual Preview enabled

Transformer and format updates:

FME Server Updates

FME Server is getting some interface facelifts and exciting new functionality to make your job easier. We’re laying the groundwork for better token management, a robust web-based FME Workspace Viewer, easier Notification workflows, and more. Stay tuned for when this will be ready to try out.

If you deploy FME Server in the cloud, see also: upgraded instance types for FME Cloud.

Suggestions for what we should include in the next release? Add your ideas and vote on your favourites in Ideas Exchange on the FME Knowledge Center.

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Tiana Warner

Tiana is a product marketing manager at Safe Software. Her background in computer programming and creative hobbies led her to be one of the main producers of creative content for Safe Software. Tiana spends her free time writing fantasy novels and riding her horse, Bailey.

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10 Responses to “FME 2019 Beta now available – Here’s what’s coming”

  1. Daniel Matranga says:

    The Tester and Date-Time improvements sound like they’ll really help me out (i.e. maybe I won’t have to NullAttributeMapper for date attribs -> Tester for date nulls -> DateTimeConverter).

    The Visual Preview and UI enhancements also look great, looking forward to trying 2019.

  2. stalknecht says:

    Where can we post our findings?

  3. philippeb says:

    Hi Tiana,
    You forgot the black mode!
    i really like the embedded FME Data Inspector.

  4. Ray Smith says:

    do we have a date set for release of full version in 2019

  5. Gary Bowles says:

    Do you have any update on the release date for FME 2019?
    Thanks,
    –gary

  6. Ramana says:

    Embedding Data Inspector is a great improvement and adding Updates to change detector also save lot of process time.
    Thanks
    Ramana

  7. Ekki says:

    Hi, when do you think FME 2019.1 will be released?

    Thanks

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