Tag Archives: Web development

Creating a scalable Visual WebGui application (G.O.A.R S00.E05)

Geeks on a role – Episode 5

In this “Geeks on a role” episode we give an overview on scalability and also palli is making his first recorded appearance on the way to his new acting career.

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Serialization & Scalability on the next Geeks episode

The next episode is being taped at this very moment…

Just to give you a heads up, the main topic on Episode 5 will focus on serialization and scalability. As you might know, Visual WebGui version 6.4 will include an optimized scalbility server which should provide the ability to take Visual WebGui projects to the next level.

Stay tuned for Episode 5 which is expected to go live this Tuesday.

Head in the cloud feet on the ground (G.O.A.R S00.E03)

Geeks on a role – Episode 3

The third “Geeks on a role” episode introduces the Visual WebGui cloud current offering and directions.

Some topics for the next episode

The first show is behind us and here we are already planning the next episode. These are some of the topics that we are going to talk about in Episode 2 which airs this Monday:

  1. What has changed in version 6.3.7A that was released last week
  2. Meet the buggers
  3. Best practices for a lean mean VWG application 
  4. You had to ask “Do you have a memory leak problem”

We would love to hear your thoughts and any suggestions that you might have.
You can comment to this post or email us to geeksonarole@visualwebgui.com

Cheers.

A new online show for Visual WebGui developers launched – Geeks on a role

A new weeekly online show directed to the Visual WebGui community and web developers is launched by Guy Peled, the inventor of Visual WebGui and Eyal Albert who is the Visual WebGui Developer Experience Manager.

The purpose of the Geeks on a role show is to get even closer with the Visual WebGui Community by providing information and sharing knowledge with the developers community. The show will of course discuss the news each week. The presenters will choose each week a couple of questions sent by the audience or from the Visual WebGui Forums and will provide an answer on the air.