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Stroly Viewer v15.2.0 and StrolyCom v6.24.0 have been released

Hello, this is Uchiyama, a Stroly engineer.

I went to Naraijuku in Narai, Shiojiri City, Nagano Prefecture, in September, and I’d like to talk a little about it.

I like old townscapes and often go to Kawagoe City in Saitama Prefecture to walk around and feel the atmosphere of a busy town, but if you want to walk slowly and see old townscapes, I recommend Narai-juku. (I went there myself after it was recommended to me.)

Narai-juku is a very good place for those who want to walk leisurely while enjoying the old townscape and the surrounding nature, as there are not many people and time passes slowly.

I also walked along Torii Pass between Narai-juku and Yabuhara-juku, the next inn, which is relatively easy to walk and takes about 2 to 3 hours, so I would recommend Narai-juku even if you just want to hike.

Streets of Naraijuku

Update information for stroly-viewer v15.2.0

The pickup map on the top page has been changed.

We hope you will find your favorite map among the selected maps and use them as a reference when deciding your travel destination!

You can now jump to the TOP page from the Stroly logo in the upper left corner of the map.

Previously, clicking on the logo did not cause anything to happen, but with this change, clicking on the logo now takes you to the TOP page.

Update information for StrolyCom v6.24.0

Search results from the search form in the header of the Map Editor, Board List screen, etc. now display the correct search results.

The search screen was recently renewed and there was a change in the way search keywords are assigned to parameters. Due to this change, search results were not being displayed correctly when performing a search from the search form located in the header. With this release, the search results are now displayed correctly.

Update information for biz.stroly.com

The categorization of each case study has been changed.

The categorization of Stroly case studies has been changed.

This change makes it easier to understand the purpose for which each case study map was introduced.

Keyword search function added!

Previously, only function-specific searches were supported, but we have integrated function-specific searches into categories to enable keyword searches of various case studies.

Recently, in addition to the implementation examples, we have been adding articles such as a summary of utilization examples for inbound, so please look forward to future updates

At Stroly, we strive to develop new features and improve functionality every day to create an exciting user experience. Please continue to look forward to the release.

If you have any problems or requests while using Stroly, please feel free to contact us.

All of our staff are looking forward to hearing from our users.