Dyalog '15 - videos (weeks 8 & 9)

Announcements about conferences, forthcoming meetings etc.
Forum rules
This forum is for listing forthcoming meetings, conferences and any other sort of APL-related events.

Dyalog '15 - videos (weeks 8 & 9)

Postby Karen|Dyalog on Fri Nov 20, 2015 2:12 pm

The latest videos iscuss cross-platform file functions and the kind of things you can find in the Dyalog blog as well as data binding and sharing. You can read more about Dyalog '15 at http://www.dyalog.com/user-meetings/dyalog15.htm.

• D12: Data Binding – The Matrix
John Daintree explains what data binding is, how it works and its relation to the GUI elements of an application. He then demonstrates one of the enhancements that he's made to data binding since Dyalog '14 by binding data as a matrix or namespace in a vector.

• U08: Data-bound Dashboard
Alexey Miroshnikov (InfoStroy) presents GAMA – a portfolio management system. He shares his experience of integrating data into GAMA through data binding and explains how he created a GAMA-dashboard using APL.

• U06: Ants, AJAX and APL
Ray Cannon (Cannon Computer Consultancy Ltd) explores the implementation of "Ants", a game with the objective of designing an optimised ant colony. He demonstrates the contrast between the Windows API version and the MiServer version of the game, and explains some of the underlying code.

• D08: Cross-platform File Functions
Richard talks about changes Dyalog is making to make it easier to share files across platforms. In addition to discussing changes to how system functions and commands handle file names, Richard demonstrates prototypes of new cross-platform file functions for doing directory searches, creating folders, and other common operations that will be included in version 15.0.

• D09: Dya(b)log
Fiona gives a brief overview of Dyalog’s social media strategy. She introduces the Dyalog blog (http://www.dyalog.com/blog/) and John Scholes, Richard Smith and Roger Hui share their experiences of contributing to it. Everyone is encouraged to read blog posts; user feedback is always welcome, but particularly on posts proposing future functionality.
Posts: 157
Joined: Thu Nov 26, 2009 11:35 am

Return to Announcements

Who is online

Users browsing this forum: No registered users and 1 guest