An Introduction to BlueFinity's Evoke
Evoke supports a 'develop once, deploy anywhere' approach by providing a toolset for a range of platforms. David Cooper explains to Elkie Holland of Prospectus IT the market requirements that are emerging and the capabilities Evoke offers. The new product enables developers to target their applications to Apple, Android and Windows devices as either web apps or hybrid apps (using PhoneGap) as well as desktop browser and native WPF applications.
The versatility and cross platform support of BlueFinity's Evoke
David Cooper talks about the different types of database platforms supported by BlueFinity's newest product - Evoke. David also discusses some major items on the product's roadmap
Supercharge your app development process using Evoke and Visual Studio
Elkie Holland of Prospectus IT interviews David Cooper about the relationship and interaction between BlueFinity's new Evoke product and Microsoft's Visual Studio. In this video David also describes the typical development life-cycle using Evoke.
Creating browser based, hybrid and native apps with BlueFinity's Evoke
Elkie Holland of Prospectus IT interviews David Cooper about the different types of apps which can be developed using BlueFinity's newest product - Evoke.
He explains the differences between browser based, hybrid and native apps and discusses the reasons developers often choose to develop certain types of apps.
Evoke from a Developer's Perspective
Evoke enables developers to target their applications to Apple, Android and Windows devices as either web apps or hybrid apps (using PhoneGap) as well as desktop browser and native WPF applications. In this video David Cooper describes the way in which software developers can use the 3 main components of Evoke to create apps for all of todays' major computing environments and devices. He also discusses the pricing model of the product.
Using mv.NET to generate Visual Studio application code
What BlueFinity products generate
code and what kind of code is produced? How is code
re-generation and code customization handled?
Creating Mobile Applications that Access MultiValue Data
What has Bluefinity done in this area? What are the main future developments in this arena?
Using SSIS to integrate MultiValue data into Microsoft SQL
What is SSIS? How does BlueFinity integrate with SSIS? What
kind of things do customers do with it?
Entity Modelling - What is it and why is it so useful?
What is Entity Modeling? What kind of things have developers done with EM? How has BlueFinity embraced it?
Windows 8 and its Implications for the MultiValue World
What are the most significant new aspects of Windows 8? What will be the main impact of Windows 8 in terms of computer usage in general? In what ways will Windows 8 impact the MultiValue market?
What's new at BlueFinity?
Find out what's new in the latest release of mv.NET
Creating RESTful services with mv.NET
How are MultiValue developers using RESTful Services? What differentiates BlueFinity's RESTful Services generation from others?
mv.NET Solution Objects
BlueFinity International supplies Microsoft-centric tools which allow MultiValue developers to create applications using the very latest technologies while retaining their valuable and often substantial investment in MultiValue software and knowledge.
mv.NET Solution Objects allows the creation of powerful object-based projections of your MultiValue database. It is great for providing MultiValue database access for .NET developers who know little or nothing about MultiValue technology.
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