Below you'll find the most recent and general news items. If you're keen on staying connected to read more inside developer stories and previews please join the CaseTalk community.

Nov 2017

GitHub MarkWe've moved the publicly available project files from our internal pages towards GitHub. We've applied the previously used Creative Commons Attribution License. You can thereforcheck them out to your disk, do as you like with the files, and start from there while studying CaseTalk, or building your own models with them.

You may even push your own projects into it, when applicable under the set license.

Nov 2017

CaseTalk Modeler 8.27 and Viewer 3.2 is a maintenance release with overall stability in mind. Over the past four weeks we plugged well over 20 issues. For more information on what's new, please read: CaseTalk Modeler changelog and Viewer changelog.


Oct 2017

CaseTalk Modeler 8.26 is a maintenance release with an improved OWL/RDF export for those interested in semantic web and ontologies. This release contains various interface improvements and enhancements. For more information on what's new, please read: CaseTalk Modeler changelog.

Owl in Protege

Sept 2017

CaseTalk Modeler 8.25 is shipped as certified software, signed by BCP Software. CaseTalk Modeler has received many stability improvements thanks to users sending us feedback. We advice you to update or upgrade as soon as possible if you're working with a version which occasionally crashes. For more information on what's new, please read: CaseTalk Modeler changelog.

Sept 2017

CaseTalk Modeler 8.24 has been released today. It contains 24 resolved tickets and new features. Since we've added the new IDE user interface to the options of CaseTalk, the release of 8.23 has seen minor updates to plug all the different internal state errors. This release is finally the more stable version which also adds a few new features. Feel free to download your update and enjoy the work. Click here for the full CaseTalk Modeler changelog.

In addition to the Modeler, we've bumped the Manager to version 4.6. It now includes a model dependencies browser. Allowing users to navigate among models used and see by which other they're used.