Wednesday, January 21, 2009

PowerBuilder Accelerated Development Tour

PowerBuilder Accelerated Development Tour

We’re packing up the PowerBuilder team and hitting the road to bring the latest in PowerBuilder news, code, and goodies to you.

PowerBuilder 11.5 just came out and we want to share how the new features and capabilities will help accelerate your development, bring aesthetic enhancements to your PowerBuilder applications, and simplify .NET development. We are also working fast and furiously on delivering PowerBuilder 12, which blend the Visual Studio Isolated Shell with the prowess of DataWindow and PowerBuilder technology.

Fresh from the labs, we will give you a sneak peek of arguably the biggest news for PowerBuilder since its inception: PowerBuilder 12.

PowerBuilder evangelists and team members are excited to share the latest in PowerBuilder innovations and are looking forward to meeting you at an Accelerated Development event.

Detailed Overview of Topics
PowerBuilder 11.5 The release of
PowerBuilder 11.5 brings a multitude of new capabilities and features that will help accelerate your development, bring aesthetic enhancements to your PowerBuilder applications, and simplify .NET development.

Topics covered will include DataWindow® innovations, Native ASE 15, SQL Server® 2008, and Oracle 11g drivers, .NET enhancements: Strong Named Assemblies and IIS7 Support, Security features such as.NET CAS and FDCC, and new premiums included with PB Enterprise: PocketBuilder™ and PowerBuilder Application Server Plug-in.

Sneak Peek at PowerBuilder 12We're going to cover the new exciting and revolutionary features being built into PowerBuilder 12 including:

Visual Studio Isolated Shell
Front to back WPF
Fully Managed Code @ Runtime
WPF DataWindow
WCF Support
Latest in Web Services technologies
Oracle, Sybase, Informix, and SQL Server Support


For more information and to register click here.

7 comments:

Sonja said...

Does PowerBuilder 11.5 allow you to select a custom page size for printing?

JuanchoRois said...

Anything to take into account particularly to migrate from PB8.0 to PB11.5?

Thanks!

Millan said...

Its really nice about PowerBuilder. Thanks for sharing this infornation .

Nelson said...
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Nelson said...

your right @sonja. i have doubt about PowerBuilder that Printing

Nelson said...

Its just describe a simple way about PowerBuilder . Nice Post . thanks for sharing .

lauren said...

I too used PowerBuilder 11.5 and you are right that the new features and capabilities help accelerate development, bring aesthetic enhancements to my PowerBuilder applications, and simplify .NET development.Its simply marvelous But what about the question Sonia asked Does PowerBuilder 11.5 allow you to select a custom page size for printing?
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