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Introduccion a WPF con PowerBuilder 12 .NET

Originally broadcast June 30, 2011

En este Webcast en español veremos qué es Windows Presentation Foundation (WPF) así como los pasos para crear aplicaciones usando PowerBuilder 12.NET con WPF.

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Control Access to PowerBuilder Applications

Originally broadcast June 23 2011

Role-Based Access Control allows you to secure your applications. But creating an RBAC system is time-consuming.
We show you a system that will allow you control who can access your applications, and what they can see and do in them. See how to combine authenitication and permissions in the same tool.


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The Visual Impact of WPF

Originally broadcast June 2, 2010

With the advent of PowerBuilder 12 .NET, PowerBuilder developers will be developing rich user interfaces that are as visually powerful as any WPF applications off the street. See how using vector-based graphics and animation, Control Templates and Skins will be a familiar, productive "PowerBuilder experience"


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Sybase is currently in the middle of the most aggressive marketing program that I've seen for PowerBuilder in recent history. If you've been following my blog, you'll know that Sybase recently ran a four-page ad in Visual Studio magazine promoting the release of PowerBuilder 12. They've also been conducting a worldwide series of "Developer Days" promoting PowerBuilder 12 and a number of other Sybase products. One of the things they show during that road show is a rather tentative "road map" of which features are planned for future versions of PowerBuilder.
PBDJ article, by Bruce Armstrong


If you've been following the product direction for PowerBuilder for the last few releases, and particularly with respect to the upcoming PowerBuilder 12, you know that PowerBuilder is evolving into a .NET development tool. As PowerBuilder developers, you'll also know that the key strengths of the product are its productivity through Rapid Application Development (RAD), support for object-oriented programming (OOP), and simplified data access and update through the DataWindow.
PBDJ article, by Bruce Armstrong


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