30 minutes with Servoy developer series

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Re: 30 minutes with Servoy developer series

Postby grahamg » Fri Oct 19, 2018 6:48 pm

Hi Sean

Want to add my thanks for the time and effort you put into these Webinars. Nice, relaxed delivery that combines the theory and practice really well.

Have a request for a session that highlights the differences between developing in SV7 and SV8.x.

None of my current systems warrant a re-write in SV8 so still a big user of SV7. Watching some of the Webinars can see the benefits of SV8 and, with a couple of new prospects coming along, decided that SV8 was the way to go.

However, quickly discovered that there are just too many areas that have changed and it's really difficult to get productive when you don't know what you don't know - plus the training sessions I paid for when 8.0 launched are just too long ago for my brain cells to recall!

A Webinar combining basic SV8 best practices and how they differ from SV7 would be really helpful.
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Re: 30 minutes with Servoy developer series

Postby sean » Mon Oct 22, 2018 3:03 pm

Hi Graham,

Thanks for your record attendance in the webinars ;-) and the good feedback.

Can I assume that you mean changing also to NG Client ? or just bumping from version 7x to 8x ?

...Because we are planning a session (or two) about about migrating to NG Client from Smart / Classic Web very soon.
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Re: 30 minutes with Servoy developer series

Postby juan.cristobo » Mon Oct 22, 2018 5:37 pm

[quote="sean"]...Because we are planning a session (or two) about about migrating to NG Client from Smart / Classic Web very soon.[/quote]

Awesome!!
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Re: 30 minutes with Servoy developer series

Postby grahamg » Mon Oct 22, 2018 8:27 pm

"....Thanks for your record attendance in the webinars ;-) ....." Hmmm - not sure if that's good or bad.

Initially looking for bumping from 7x to 8x and would imagine that extending to NG would be further step - but happy to be guided by you.

Cheers
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