OI10 Productivity features SRP love.


SRPProductsYou will have noticed just recently that I have become more excited about the OpenInsight 10 release and how it helps application developers to get more done, more quickly, with less code, etc. etc.

Over the weekend, Don from SRP joined in with the excitement of this ground breaking release with an SRP blog posting which looks at some of the OpenInsight 10 learning resources that are now becoming available and he touches on the productivity features in OpenInsight 10 that he and the team at SRP are falling in love with and which will no doubt help them to continue to deliver great systems for their clients and now more easily and in a quicker time.

Unless you’ve stayed in extended winter hibernation, you already know that Revelation Software officially released OpenInsight 10 three weeks ago. Furthermore, SRP embraced this release and was pleased to announce the general availability of our 64-bit controls and freeware utilities. The number of new enhancements and features in OpenInsight 10 can be overwhelming to learn. Fortunately, there are a number of articles and opportunities available to quickly get you up to speed. We encourage our readers to visit the following sites:

Click below to read more of Don’s latest posting.

http://blog.srpcs.com/openinsight-10-productivity-features-we-love/ 

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SRP Controls – Updates released for OI10


SRPProductsThis is a quick note to highlight that SRP have just announced the release of their SRP Utilities and SRP ActiveX Controls for the new 64-bit-only OpenInsight platform.

Since OpenInsight 10 (OI10) was released, several of you have spoken to me about support for the SRP controls in OI10 and, as expected, Don and his team have delivered very quickly following the OI10 release.

SRP Embracing OI10


We recently announced that we were quite busy porting our products to run in the OpenInsight 10 64-bit platform. For various reasons, it made sense for us to start working on SRP Utilities rather than any of our visual (i.e., ActiveX) products. At this time we are pleased to announce the general availability of SRP…

via SRP Utilities 2.0 Beta — SRP Update (Blog)

It is great to learn of people embracing the OI10 beta program and there are alot of good people doing some great testing of the software.  Today I learned that SRP have gone one further and they are getting ready to roll out their SRP utilities in both 32-bit and 64-bit, the latter (I believe) being available for OI10 beta testers.

The link above will take you to their blog posting about the release.

The OI10 project is really hotting up now.

Resolving Open File Security Warning when Launching OpenInsight.


OInsight.exe File Security Warning Message

If you deploy OpenInsight systems and come across the Open File Security Warning in Windows, then Jared at SRP has three very useful options for you to consider and which will enhance and ease your OpenInsight deployments.

Jared has blogged the options in details and they can be found at the URL copied below.

http://blog.srpcs.com/resolving-open-file-security-warning-when-launching-openinsight/

 

SRP HTTP Framework – Create REST APIs for OpenInsight


srphttpframeworkThere has been a lot of talk about REST and Restful APIs in recent months.  Don spoke about SRP’s use of RESTful APIs in his conference presentation last year and I noticed that other MultiValue vendors are starting to support the technology – it’s seems to have now moved beyond the latest must have.

In addition to SRP’s pre-conference blog posting RESTing before RevCon 2016, SRP have just published a follow-up blog article which talks about why they released their SRP HTTP Framework and also about their new version of the toolset (Version 3).

You can read the full blog article on their blog – here.  If nothing more, the postings and the Powerpoint presentation will give you a good grounding for the technology and how it can be exploited in OpenInsight.  You won’t be caught out when providing a demo and you are asked about support for REST and what it might mean for you and your application.

What will you be doing at conference?


RevCon2016Well, it looks like Don and the guys at SRP Computer Solutions will be taking a well earned REST at this years Revelation Software Conference <joke>.

Find out what the SRP team will be talking about during their technical session at the main Revelation event of the year but visiting their busy blog here.

If you have not received or read through the conference brochure, a PDF copy can be downloaded here.