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Freitag, 14. Januar 2011, 10:55

FoxNight @SW11

Hallo,

Anschliessend an ServoyWorld 2011 wird am Freitag 4. Februar noch ein FoxNight stattfinden.
Während diesen Abend werden Präsentationen/Demonstrationen gegeben für (ex-)FoxPro Entwickler die nach Servoy umstiegen oder umgestiegen sind.
FoxNight wird um 19.30 Uhr anfangen und bis circa 23 Uhr dauern.

Der vorläufige Agenda ist:
- As we all know, FoxPro reporting is cool. Jasper Reporting in Servoy is Übercool

- How to fit the Fox into Servoy - Jürgen Wondzinski (aka wOOdy)
This session first compares the similarities between FoxPro and Servoy, as well as discusses the differences and pitfalls for FoxPro developers. Then we take a look at the migration possibilities: How to transfer your Data, Business-Logic and UI to Servoy? Which tools are available to help you for those tasks and how much automated migration is possible or useful to do. We will also show a way to retain your proven Business-logic in your existing FoxPro classes and integrate those into Servoy.


- New features of the new DBF driver in Servoy, Ken Levy

- An example on using Com-Server in Servoy, Ken Levy


Ich würde mich sehr freuen, vielen von euch auch hier begrüssen zu können.

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Freitag, 21. Januar 2011, 14:36

Update: FoxNight @ServoyWorld 2011 am Freitag 4. Februar

Hier der aktualisierte Agenda der FoxNight am 4. Februar.

19.00 Opening: Geert Houben/Jan Aleman
19.10 The power of Servoy's Jasper Reporting for FoxPro developers. Jason Meunier, Implementation Consultant Servoy USA.
- What common FoxPro reporting features can be found in Jasper Reporting
- How Jasper Reporting can even bring more reporting power
19.55 “Got the speed to compete?” Data-Related Performance. Omar van Galen.
- High-gear overview of Servoy data components and concepts
- Single record retrieval performance comparison in Servoy and VFP with different underlying databases, with and without indexes
- Smart Client built-in data filtering and data-filtering in code
- Working with temporary data (CURSOR-like alternatives)
- Data update comparison
- Comparing data-retrieval performance in various scenario’s
20.40 Break
20.50 Exploring Servoy for Visual FoxPro Developers. Ken Levy and Jürgen ‘wOOdy’ Wondzinski
- Using the newly updated JDBC DBF driver in Servoy
- Working with VFP COM objects in Servoy
- Dynamically creating forms and controls using SolutionModel
- Leveraging form inheritance, templates, and CSS styles
- Databinding dynamic variables to controls
- Comparing MergeText to VFP’s TextMerge
- Exporting and importing Servoy solutions with VFP data
- Various techniques for Servoy with VFP app interop

22.20 Questions, Tips & Tricks and some Beers.


Bio's:
Omar van Galen is the president and founder of Intrasoft Solution Center based in the Netherlands, specializing in Visual FoxPro migration consultancy, database technology and more recently, Servoy! Omar is the initiator behind the visualfoxpro.com website, an effort to evangelize Servoy amongst the Visual FoxPro community and provide a Servoy learning resource for Visual FoxPro developers.


Ken Levy is the president and founder of MashupX, LLC based in Kirkland, WA, specializing in consulting for software development, multimedia content, community strategies, and technical marketing. Prior to starting MashupX, Ken worked at Microsoft as the community program manager for VSX (Visual Studio Extensibility), a product planner on Microsoft’s Windows Live Platform for developers, and as the product manager in the Visual Studio data team responsible for Visual FoxPro product management. Since 1992, Ken has been a technical contributing writer and editor to many software magazines and a frequent speaker at industry conferences worldwide. You can find Ken’s at http://mashupx.com.


Jürgen Wondzinski (aka wOOdy) is one of the better known FoxPro developers worldwide. He was founder of the German FoxPro Usergroup; Founder and Technical Lead of ProLib Software (which was one of the leading FoxPro development companies in Germany) as well as a Microsoft MVP for almost 14 years. He trained hundreds of FoxPro programmers, and was a speaker on 15 DevCons and Roadshows in Germany. You can reach him at juergen@woody-soft.de


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