Synergy DevPartner Conference 2018: Capitalize on your development in Visual Studio. Stay in the know, and discover how the latest improvements and development techniques can increase your productivity and reduce build times. Marty Lewis has made sure that this session will be relevant for Windows, Unix, and OpenVMS users alike.
This playlist is designed to help supplement your onboarding into the Synergy programming language.
Videos 1-2 cover the Synergy developer community. We highly recommend creating an account and getting involved. Here you will be able to post questions for others to answer and share new ideas for Synergex’s products and services. synergex.com/welcomeRC
Video 3 teaches some tips and tricks for navigating the Synergy/DE documentation.
Videos 4-5 are demonstrations from customers just like you! Feel free to check them out to get an idea of what you can do with the front-end of your applications.
Videos 6-13 are from our Anatomy of Synergy series. We are still growing this set of videos, but dive in now to get a solid understanding of the main data types used in Synergy.
Video 14 comes from our 2017 DevPartner conference and discusses ISAM, which is at the center of most Synergy based applications.
Videos 15-23 are for Synergy developers that are currently using or hoping to soon use Visual Studio as your IDE. 15 is a quick start guide to using xml documentation comments. These will help improve your Intellisense experience. Video 16 is from our 2018 DevPartner conference and covers some tips to improve your productivity in Visual Studio. 17-21 are part of another video series that helps you to understand the various project templates available to you when you develop with Synergy in Visual Studio. We often recommend getting into source control before moving to Visual Studio, so video 22 discusses our favored source control option, Git. Finally, video 23 discusses our C# to Synergy DBL code converter which has extensive support for Synergy .NET and limited support for traditional Synergy.
If you are learning object-oriented programming for the first time, we recommended checking out a general OO online class through any reputable source before diving into our video series that mainly displays our OO syntax.
Contact jacklin.garcia at synergex dot com for more help with educational materials or support at synergex dot com to get help from our developer support team!
Representational State Transfer (REST) is an architectural style that defines a set of constraints and properties based on HTTP. Web services conforming to the REST style provide interoperability between computer systems on private networks and the Internet. Whether you’re building a desktop, server, web, or mobile app, RESTful services should be at the very core of any competitive development strategy.
Harmony Core, an open source framework, provides the foundation of an environment in which Synergy developers can quickly and easily expose RESTful web services APIs that expose their application data and business logic in a myriad of new and exciting ways.
This playlist contains videos from Synergex's 2018 DevPartner conference. Check them out to get a crash course on how to implement the Harmony Core framework in your application.
Head to github.com/Synergex/HarmonyCore/wiki for more information.