Sydney, Australia 2018
Data Access Worldwide and the DataFlex Developers and Users Group are excited to announce further detail for the next DataFlex Asia Pacific Conference (DAPCON) and training which is being held in Sydney, Australia.
26th – 29th September 2018
(Wednesday to midday Saturday)
Designed for DataFlex developers in the Australasia Region. However developers from around the world are also most welcome.
There are two days of presentations and one and a half days of training.
Location: Rydges World Centre, Sydney, New South Wales, Australia
Organiser: DataFlex Developers and Users Group, generously supported by Data Access Worldwide
Rydges World Square, Sydney, click here for their website
Two day conference fee:
– Book & pay before/on 31st July $380
– After 31st July 2018 $440
One & half Days Training
– Attending conference $300
– Training only $500
Rydges Hotel Room Rate Amazing value!
Book through our website and DAPCON will discount a further $30 per room per night on the already great great value of $239.
Special Hotel room rate $209 (either King or Twin Room)
This special rate is only available if booked and paid before 10th August.
Extra guest for conference dinner $75/person
All prices are in Australian dollars
Please note the agenda may change due to unforeseen circumstances.
Sessions (in no particular order) by Data Access personal in person; Stephen Meeley, John van Houten and Vincent Oorsprong.
DataFlex Overview – Stephen
Come hear all about the latest release of DataFlex. DataFlex 2017 adds exciting additions to SQL connectivity, Windows applications, Web applications and more. We’ll provide an overview of these features and also discuss the exciting new capabilities in the works for DataFlex 19.1
DataFlex Reports 6.2 – Vincent
This presentation gives you a detailed guide through all the new features of DataFlex Reports 6.2 and show how these features and improvements can be used to create great looking reports. DataFlex Reports also contains improvements which will increase your productivity when creating new reports.
Integrating DataFlex Reports – Vincent
DataFlex Reports is the default reporting engine for DataFlex applications. Reports can be executed stand-alone in the DataFlex Reports Studio, or seamlessly integrated in a Windows or Web application. This session focuses on integration of reports into Web applications and is based on highlights of the “Integrating DataFlex Reports” training session.
Material Design – Stephen
Take your DataFlex Webapp to the next level with the Google-inspired Material Theme. Not only does it provide a fresh coat of paint for your application, it can also improve usability by utilizing depth through shadows, allowing you to accentuate certain elements. This presentation will guide you through the changes and improvements made, so you’re ready to upgrade your web applications.
DataFlex 64-bit & Unicode – Stephen
Major work is being done to prepare DataFlex for the future. Stephen will provide a status update on the project.
Getting Your Applications Ready for the Next Generation of DataFlex – Stephen
What kind of changes are going to be needed to get your applications ready for 64-bit and Unicode? Are your applications using the latest code and coding standards? What will be your strategy for moving your applications forward? We have answers and we have a suggested path that will get you there. Learn how.
Includes a demo of the latest warning system.
Building modern and secure WebApps – John van Houten
The WebApp Framework is constantly extended with new controls and features. During this presentation you will see how you can utilize DataFlex 19.1 to upgrade your web application’s user interface and enhance its security and performance with Server Web Properties.
We made the Back Button work! – John van Houten
A big step forward for DataFlex WebApps is the support for history management and meaningful URL’s in DataFlex 19.1. John will explain how this new feature will improve the usability of your WebApps.
Integrating Linux and Powershell with Dataflex – Clive Richmond (Triumph Business Systems Pty Ltd)
The Windows subsystem for Linux and PowerShell and how they can be used in your DataFlex development environment.
Copy & Paste dll & file icon in a grid – Tom (Triumph)
Windows file copy and paste dll and os file icon in a grid.
Cloud printing direct to local printer – Sam Cannone (Main Menu Systems)
Multi-tenant web application to print from the cloud directly to local printers.
Dynamic AI – Version 7.(To be confirmed) – Carsten Sørensen (CINTAC)
Dynamic AI provides automated Business Intelligence technologies that make it easy to deliver real-time dashboards, querying, reporting and analysis to key decision makers and business users – fast!
Interfacing JSON Objects and Rest to government – Chris Spencer
Using JSON Objects and Rest interface to government
Skipping Windows – Marco Kuipers (28 IT Pty Ltd)
Developing new systems straight into web.
Migrating Windows/Embedded to Web/SQL – Colin Winger (Winger Software)
A Business Managers Perspective – George Peng (Mitsubishi Electric Asia Pte Ltd)
Business Manager’s perspective on building and implementing a new DataFlex system.
iOS Front-end to Dataflex WebServices – Nicole Wright (Legend Corporation)
Nick will demo building an iOS front-end to DataFlex WebServices.
DataFlex Reports Training – Vincent
DataFlex Reports is the default reporting engine for DataFlex applications. Reports can be executed stand-alone in the DataFlex Reports Studio, or seamlessly integrated in a Windows or Web application. This training focuses on integration of reports based on SQL, Runtime Data Sources (RDS) as well as the embedded database. Learn how to control the output to screen and several export formats in a DataFlex application.
“Drive-In” Discussions – Vincent & Stephen
During Drive-In support days in Europe, developers meet as a group and every participant can add questions or topics to the list of items that can be discussed. At DAPCon we will use the Drive-In style in a similar fashion and do our best to cover a combination of questions you might have raised during or prior to the conference. If you already have areas of the product you know you would like to see discussed, please send them to use ahead of time so we can prioritize areas of common interest.
We’re looking forward seeing you in Sydney!
|Start Time||End Time||Length (mins)||Topic||Presenter|
|7pm – 9pm||Welcome drinks and nibbles|
|Wed 26th||Conference day 1|
|08:30||09:00||00:30||Set-up laptops etc, Tea & Coffee|
|09:00||09:05||00:05||Conference opening, welcome||Julie Ford|
|09:05||09:55||00:50||Dataflex overview||Stephen Meeley|
|09:55||10:30||00:35||Material Design||Stephen Meeley|
|11:00||11:45||00:45||Interfacing JSON Objects and Rest to government||Chris Spencer|
|11:45||12:30||00:45||Building modern & secure WebApps||John vanHouten|
|13:30||14:00||00:30||Dataflex 64-bit & Unicode||Stephen Meeley|
|14:00||15:00||01:00||DF Reports||Vincent Oorsprong|
|15:20||16:10||00:50||iOS Front-end to Dataflex WebServices||Nicole Wright|
|16:10||17:00||00:50||Migrating Windows/Embedded to Web/SQL||Colin Winger|
|17:00||17:30||00:30||Business Manager’s perspective on building and implementing a new DataFlex system||George Peng|
|Thursday 27th||Conference Day 2|
|09:50||10:30||00:40||Cloud printing direct to local printer||Sam Cannone|
|11:00||11:50||00:50||Skipping Windows||Marco Kuipers|
|11:50||12:30||00:40||Copy & Paste dll & file icon in a grid||Tom Murphey|
|13:30||14:15||00:45||Dynamic AI – Version 7.(To be confirmed)||Carsten Sorensen|
|14:15||15:00||00:45||Managed runtime indexes||Raveen|
|15:30||16:20||00:50||We made the back button work||John vanHouten|
|16:20||17:10||00:50||Getting your applications ready for next generation of DF||Stephen|
|Friday 28th||Training day 1|
|Saturday 29th||Training day 2|
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