Servoy webinar series for Developers


Welcome to the tech webinar series. On this page you will find an archive of all previous tech webinars that have been recorded. To subscribe to the tech-webinar series and join the sessions every two weeks click here.

 

 

Servoy and automation

The Servoy batch processor allows you to use parallel processing and server-side automation, either in real time, batch or queued. In this webinar, you will learn how to use it optimally.


Rapid Application Development of mobile apps with Servoy and phonegap

Learn how to rapidly develop great mobile apps with Servoy and phonegap in this brief webinar.


Servoy 8.2 sneak preview

In this sneak preview of Servoy 8.2 you’ll get to see what is going to be available in Servoy 8.2 and we’ll even give you access to an early download!


Servoy and oAuth2

oAuth2 allows you to easily access data from external applications such as Google Calendar and LinkedIn. In this webinar we show you how to get started.


The art of WAR deployment

Servoy applications can be deployed as single file on Java Application servers both in the cloud and on premises. Learn all about it in webinar #12.


Web components update

In webinar #11 an update of 2 new extra components and 2 new additional services. Drop down, Progress bar, Block UI and key listener. Demos and source code available at http://demo.servoy.com


Sample Solution with docs and code

We have built a new sample solution container to make it easier to test all the sample solutions we have and it gives you access to download, the source code on git, documentation and even an built-in source code viewer. Watch this webinar to learn how to use it and where to get it.


Filtering data in Servoy

We discuss best practices to filter data in Servoy and deliver a great search and filter user experience to your users.


Web Components update

In this session we have a look at a couple of new web components now available in Servoy. Bootstrap extra components and the tabpanel plus component.


svyUtils update

svyUtils is a module in Servoy that provides hundreds of utility functions. In this update we will discuss some of it’s new capabilities


Office 365 integration

Servoy allows to seamlessly integrate external functionality in web components. In this webinar we will discuss how to integrate Microsoft Office 365 in just a few clicks.


Saving Data

Servoy makes it really easy to save data to your backend database, in this webinar we discuss best practices and transaction and exception control


ChartJS

svyChartJS Add modern, data-bound charts onto your Servoy forms. And as always, web components ship with comprehensive documentation and sample solutions. Please join us for this 30-minute technical webinar recording and learn how to incorporate this new component into your web applications.


Data Broadcasting

Managing applications in a mixed environment. We are excited to invite you to join us for this webinar, announcing a new, open-source module svyDataBroadcaster. If you have multiple applications connecting to a database, then you probably face the challenge of keeping a uniform view of the data. Please join us for this 30-minute technical webinar and learn best practices for a multi-application environment and how to incorporate this new module into your applications.


Web Components update

SideNav: Offering great UX for navigation and other purposes, this simple but dynamic menu component is easy to use, but fully extensible.

svyPDFViwer: Allows users to view PDF documents directly in a Servoy form, using popular open source library, PDF.js

svyGMaps: Place google maps components on your forms, bind them to your data.

Select2: String tokenizer component for multi-selection, includes bindings for Servoy data providers and value lists.


Search APIs for business applications

We are excited to invite you to join us for this webinar announcing an open-source module svySearch, which brings google-like text searching to business applications. This module is designed to parse user-friendly text input and apply it to developer-specified patterns for searching.