Tuscany, Italy

4 days / 20 talks
Awesome and great speakers

October 16-21
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Bastiaan Olij

Bastiaan Olij has been developing Omnis applications since 1997. Originally starting with Omnis 7 and using Studio since its initial release he has worked his way through every iteration of Omnis Studio. Before his introduction into the Omnis world his passion was around graphics programming mostly working in C++.

For many years he worked for FIQAS Software in the Netherlands working on invoicing software specific for the telecommunications market but also working on complex CRM software. During this time he became an active contributor to the Omnis List and a familiar face at many conferences.

Now working in Australia for Instinct Systems he has moved into job management and accounting, has written his own document management server, integrated Omnis with calendar services, and worked on a legion of other very cool stuff. He has continuously pushed the boundaries of what is possible with Omnis as a development tool.


Using JSON in PostgreSQL

Updated for Omnis Studio 8.
In this session we’ll be looking at a few different ways to embed a help
system to your Omnis application both within Omnis itself and
interacting with external systems all hooking into the build in help
handling.

system to your Omnis application.
We’ll first have a brief look at the build in but very limited help
system that is part of a default Omnis distribution.
We’ll then look into how we can replace this default help library with
our own so that we can use Omnis’ handling of the F1 key and thus use
context sensitive help.
We’ll use this replacement library to look at 3 different sample
implementations:
1) a help system build fully within Omnis
2) using a WIKI based help solution
3) using a Sphynx based help solution


Help management


In this session we’ll be looking at a few different ways to embed a help system to your Omnis application both within Omnis itself and interacting with external systems all hooking into the build in help handling.

system to your Omnis application.

We’ll first have a brief look at the build in but very limited help

system that is part of a default Omnis distribution.

We’ll then look into how we can replace this default help library with

our own so that we can use Omnis’ handling of the F1 key and thus use context sensitive help.

We’ll use this replacement library to look at 3 different sample implementations:

1) a help system build fully within Omnis

2) using a WIKI based help solution

3) using a Sphynx based help solution



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You’ll sign up for the session you want to attend on a first-come, first-served basis. Up to 6 participants may attend a session, if full, you can sign up for the same topic at a different time. During the session, the speaker will guide the audience through the main topic but you will be able to ask him/her to deviate and cover related areas. Sometimes participants offer new ideas and solutions to a problem.



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