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Coordinated with the release of OpenEdge 10.2B, I have posted a new series of short educational videos on PSDN on using Visual Designer in OpenEdge Architect, and the OpenEdge support for the GUI for .NET. These fifteen videos, some with accompanying PDF documents that let you review the content...
With Exchange Online 2009 coming right up (September 15-17) I wanted to remind people of the availability of a set of introductory videos that cover a lot of the basic topics related to using OpenEdge Architect....
We’ve been talking for a long time now about the OpenEdge Reference Architecture (see a host of definitional and example materials at www.psdn.com under the new Service Oriented Business Application Expertise Center). The OERA is the diagram with the layers from...
One of the major new areas in OpenEdge 10 is the language support for classes. ABL now lets you define source files as classes, as an alternative to procedures, to take advantage of many valuable object-oriented features established by languages like Java and C#, including inheritance and...
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