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    July 31st, 2015

    Only a few weeks until the start of JavaOne 2015, the leading developer conference for Java. The event takes place from October 25th to 29th in San Francisco.

    Don’t miss the chance to attend the talks of our experts and to get in touch with us. Please visit the official Content Catalogue for more details.

    You would like to have a personal meeting? No problem. Please use our meeting request form to tell us your preferred date.

    See you in San Francisco!

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    Canoo RIA-Suite 2014 Update 2 available

    July 28th, 2015

    We are pleased to announce that Canoo RIA-Suite 2014 Update 2 (v 8.0.2.2) is now available for download.

    This is a minor release. It includes some bug fixes and feature requests.

    A notable new feature is the ULCAutoFilterTable which enables defining, selecting and applying filters on table columns:

    ULCAutoFilterTable

    Please see the release notes http://ulc.canoo.com/external/releasenotes.html for more details.

    For more information, please contact our sales department via email at ulc-sales@canoo.com.

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    7 GUIs with OpenDolphin

    July 8th, 2015

    Dierk König discovered 7 GUIs: A Notational Usability Benchmark for GUI Programming and we thought it would be great to have an OpenDolphin implementation of it.

    For me not necessarily the notational usability aspect is important but to find a good OpenDolphin implementation.

    So far I have implemented 3 of the GUIs. In the descriptions of the examples I will explain
    how I implemented them and what I have learned while doing it.

    Some of the 7 GUIs are only concerned with UI toolkit functionality.
    Since I want to focus on the ones which are more insteresting from an OpenDolphin point of view I skipped those for now.

    For the client technology I decided to use JavaFX in a simple programmatic way but will try to find the time to do a HTML GUI in the future.

    Since github supports Asciidoctor I decided to use that format for the descriptions of the individual examples, which brings back the fun in writing and the documentation close to the code.

    When you go through the descriptions I recommend that you look at the original description of 7 GUIs: A Notational Usability Benchmark for GUI Programming.

    Here is the list of the currently implemented GUIs with their descriptions:

    Sven Ehrke, @syendar

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