Consultingwerk Blog

  • Webinar: GUI trifft auf Web mit Chromium Embedded

    by Oana Sucigan | Feb 16, 2021
    In diesem Webinar von Progress in Kooperation mit Consultingwerk stellen wir unter dem Thema „GUI trifft auf Web mit Chromium Embedded“ die Möglichkeit der Einbindung moderner Web Anwendungen in OpenEdge GUI Applikationen vor. Dieses Webinar ist Teil der deutschsprachigen Webinar-Serie rund um OpenEdge.

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    • Webinar

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    • ABL
  • OpenEdge DevOps Framework

    by Daniel van Doorn | Jan 13, 2021

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    • DevOps

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  • Unit Testing Angular Web Applications

    by Radu Nicoara | Dec 16, 2020
    How many times have you feared deploying your work because even though you’ve tested, re-tested then finally re-re-tested, clicked all the buttons, navigated to every screen, you just couldn’t ever be one hundred percent sure that everything works in every case?

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    • pug

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    • PUG Challenge
    • Unit Testing
    • Angular
  • Webinar: Unterstützung von ABL Legacy Code Analyse und Migration durch Proparse

    by Oana Sucigan | Dec 08, 2020
    In diesem Webinar von Progress in Kooperation mit Consultingwerk stellen wir Ihnen die Möglichkeiten der Anwendungsmodernisierung mit Hilfe von Proparse vor.

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  • #IchAppMit

    by Janine Zwanzig | Jul 03, 2020
    #IchAppMit Download your Corona App for your country

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  • Through the Corona/Covid-19 crisis with Consultingwerk

    by Janine Zwanzig | Mar 27, 2020

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  • Platform independent, robust, reliable OpenEdge database backups – not as hard as you might think!

    by James Palmer | Dec 09, 2019
    In a world where your database is the core of your business, your backups are In a world where automation is becoming more and more important, creating a process that is easily maintainable, robust and reliable has never been easier.

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  • Angular or Vue?

    by Radu Nicoara | Oct 02, 2018
    A brief comparison of two of the most popular web development frameworks out there

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    • SPA
    • Vue.js
    • NativeScript
    • Angular
  • ABL Unit Testing for Dummies - Webinar Recording

    by Kristina Rümmler | Sep 06, 2018
    Watch the webinar recording for an introduction to the tooling and basic techniques for writing unit tests for ABL applications.

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    • Webinar

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    • OpenEdge
    • Unit Testing
    • ABL
  • European General Data Protection Regulation

    by Kristina Rümmler | Jun 28, 2018
    The European General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) affects the vast majority of businesses across the world. There is no getting away from it. What is it, who does it affect, and what should you be doing about it? Learn how some of the OpenEdge products might be leveraged to help your business become GDPR compliant.

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    • Data
    • legislation
    • database
    • TDE
    • OpenEdge
    • OEAUTH
    • Multi Tenancy
    • GDPR
    • EU
    • CDC
  • Progress NEXT 2018 – A review by a speaker, attendee, exhibitor and sponsor

    by Kristina Rümmler | Jun 07, 2018
    Progress user conference ProgressNEXT 2018 took place in Boston from 29 May to 1 June. Mike Fechner and Martyn Kemp presented Consultingwerk as sponsor and speaker during this large OpenEdge conference. Get a summary here.

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    • events

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    • Telerik
    • NativeChat
    • NativeScript
    • Kinvey
    • DataRPM
    • OpenEdge
    • Awards
    • Conferences
    • Progress NEXT
    • Progress Software
  • Customizing OpenEdge Architect for non-Java Developers

    by Marko Rüterbories | May 07, 2012
    From this link you can download the slides to the presentation held today at the PUG Challenge Americas on modifying the setup of OpenEdge Architect so that it suits your needs.

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    • Announcements

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    • PUG Challenge
    • OpenEdge Architect
    • OpenEdge
  • Issues with certain Active X Controls in OpenEdge 11 – WinKit saves the day…

    by Marko Rüterbories | Feb 11, 2012
    Due to a change to the latest Microsoft Visual Studio compiler that Progress Software is using for building the OpenEdge client products and the activation of additional security settings (DEP, Data Execution Prevention) some Active X Controls may fail to execute properly in OpenEdge GUI applications after migrating to OpenEdge 11.

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    • GUI for .NET
    • Announcements

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    • Progress Software
    • OpenEdge
    • GUI for .NET
    • Active X
  • Use/Misuse of the BindingSource

    by Marko Rüterbories | Nov 09, 2011
    A must read for every OpenEdge GUI for .NET developer.

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    • GUI for .NET

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    • GUI for .NET
    • ABL
  • Create custom shortcut combination not contained in the System.Windows.Forms.Shortcut enumeration

    by Marko Rüterbories | Oct 07, 2011
    The usage of shortcuts is one of the key features to enable the user to use an application completely using the keyboard.

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    • GUI for .NET

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    • WinKit
    • GUI for .NET
    • ABL
  • OpenEdge Architect Preferences

    by Marko Rüterbories | Aug 31, 2011
    OpenEdge Architect offers a lot of great functionality. But some features need to be turned on using preference settings for the workspace. For other preferences the default settings are just not what my first choice would be. In this article we introduce some settings that we typically do prefer.

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    • OpenEdge Architect
  • Customizing OpenEdge Architect Templates made easy: Personalization

    by Marko Rüterbories | Aug 15, 2011
    OpenEdge Architect’s templates for new files and new code sections like methods or internal procedures are not always what a developer would expect or like to have. The templates used are based in Eclipse JET templates. To customize those it is required to set up an Eclipse Plugin Development environment (PDE).

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    • OpenEdge Architect
  • The Dependency Inversion Principle

    by Marko Rüterbories | Aug 10, 2011
    The Dependency Inversion Principle is used to achieve a high level of abstraction in the SmartComponent Library framework.

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    • smartcomponent library
    • Architecture
  • Progress Alert and Notification Service

    by Marko Rüterbories | Aug 03, 2011
    Recently independent consultant Tim Kuehn from Canada reminded me to write about PANS – the Progress Alert and Notification Service. PANS is a free service offered by Progress Software.

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    • Progress Software
    • ABL
  • UltraControls, .NET Assemblies and deployment, a follow up

    by Marko Rüterbories | Jul 18, 2011
    Traditionally Progress R-code is compatible a few minor versions up and down. So it would be expected that 10.2A R-code should work on 10.2B and 10.2B R-code works on 10.2A as long as you do not use any of the new features of 10.2B in the ABL source code.

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    • GUI for .NET

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    • GUI for .NET
    • Deployment
    • ABL