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The long standing tradition continues next February in Dallas, TX as DataFlex developers once again come together for DISD. This conference is fully organized by the DataFlex community. A large portion of the content is contributed by independent developers who are devoted to enriching and educating fellow business application builders. Its a unique conference that is not to be missed!
AGENDA - The agenda is still being developed, but there are already several presentations on the schedule from community contributors and Data Access Worldwide.
Data Access Worldwide Presentations: DataFlex 18.X Overview (Stephan W. Meeley), Using Advanced HTML5 Forms in a Web Application (John van Houten), Working with the Latest Data Dictionaries (John Tuohy), and Building a Search Using SQL Filters (Harm Wibier).
Community Contributer Presentations: RTIF Application Demonstration (Mark Powers, J. Renee), .Net-DataFlex Integration (Mark Mowers, Springfield Armory), API for MemSys (Nick Herlick, Herlick Data Systems), DataFlex for WordPress (Harper Carr, J. Renne and Chuck Atkinson, Data Access Worldwide), and Android Application Demonstration (Mike Anthony).
Please visit the conference website to view the most current DISD 2016 Agenda. If you would like to present a topic, or have a topic to suggest, please contact the DISD Agenda Coordinator.
TRAINING - February 25, 2016
WebApp Development for Mobile/Touch: This course takes you through building a user friendly touch enabled web application quickly and easily using the DataFlex Web Application Framework. Learn about the drill-down navigation model, dashboards, responsive web design, advanced search techniques and more. Full day training.
Instructors: Harm Wibier and John van Houten of Data Access Worldwide
Go to www.disdconference.com to read more...
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