Mark your calendar and take advantage of the opportunity to get Servoy in-person training from our best Servoy engineers. On Tuesday, Wednesday, and Thursday May 3-4-5, Servoy USA will be hosting a series of training sessions in Spring, TX.
Whether you are a novice or more advanced in Servoy, you want to start by attending “Beginning Servoy” or “Advanced Servoy” on Tuesday and Wednesday May 3-4. Thursday, May 5, includes more intermediate- and advanced-level classes.
Each half-day Servoy training class costs $499 USD, but we are offering an Early Bird Special of $1,699 USD for the three day event through March 31.
Check out the class schedule here.
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If you have any questions, don’t hesitate to contact Carla Benassi.
We are pleased to announce the immediate availability of Servoy 5.2.6.
This version is available through the download page on the Servoy website and auto-update. Always make a backup of your current Servoy installation (directory and database) before installing/upgrading. To update a Servoy 5.x Eclipse, open “Check for updates” via the Help menu.
Find out more about the Servoy 5.2.6 release here.
At ServoyWorld ’11 the first alpha for the upcoming Servoy 6 release was demo-ed and made available to the ServoyWorld attendees.
The week after ServoyWorld alpha 2 was released through the Servoy Talk forum for the general public. A special forum was launched to discuss the upcoming release and to provide feedback, check it out here.
Among the main features of Servoy 6 are:
* For Solution development: new onRender event, new Windowing API, extended inheritance model and solutionModel extensions
For the full list of improvements and new features, check out the Servoy 6 alpha release notes in the Latest Releases section of the Servoy Talk Forum.
The sixth annual ServoyWorld Conference — with an even larger attendance — finished on February 5. Overall, favorite sessions included: Pre and Post Conference Training classes; as well as the technical sessions presented during the 4-day Conference. According to the Post Conference survey, the most popular events of the Conference were the Preview of Servoy 6.0, followed by networking with other attendees between Conference sessions; the exhibitor tables in the central hall; the comraderie at the bar after hours; and, of course, the ServoyWorld Awards. To view the complete list of ServoyWorld 2011 Award winners, click here; to see the winners of the new Servoy Valued Professional award click here. The Conference Outing this year was an enjoyable and exciting night of competitive kart racing. Check out the ServoyWorld Outing Pictures posted on the Servoy Forum.
We would like to thank all of the Conference sponsors, vendors and attendees who helped to make ServoyWorld 2011 such a great success. If you have not done so already, please do fill out a short survey on this year’s ServoyWorld Conference. Your feedback is largely responsible for what made ServoyWorld 2011 so successful, and is very important for making next year’s Conference even better. We look forward to seeing all of you at ServoyWorld 2012!
David Simpson, CEO of .com Solutions, and Koenraad Van Acker, CEO of konXsys, will be demonstrating how to perform an automated conversion of Visual FoxPro applications with the latest version of their own VPF to Servoy conversion migrating tool. Both David and Koenraad have already presented their converter at FoxPro Night during ServoyWorld 2011.
David created a VFP Conversion Service built into his FmPro Migrator Developer Edition to automate the conversion of Windows-only FoxPro solutions into platform independent, scalable, Servoy SaaS solutions. Koenraad is an experienced Belgian FoxPro developer who supports Servoy customers by form and report migration from FoxPro to Servoy.
Ken Levy will be attending to assist in Q&A at the end of the webinar.
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