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Your Questions Answered

In our recent survey, we asked for input on our product roadmap. Thank you very much to all those who participated. In the feedback we received, there were a bunch of comments / requests / questions. Some of our responses may be interesting to a broader audience, so we have provided them below.   Q: Server side Advancedcriteria is […]

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Tahoe Spotted in the Wild

Early Adopter of Tahoe SalesDriven (BPM and CRM application provider) adopted our Tahoe skin before it was even released. We thought you might like to see it in action. (Note: You can learn more about the Tahoe skin and how to get it here). Project Management SalesDriven’s project management capabilities feature filterable grids with grouping and […]

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Revolutionizing Lab Operation Digitization w/ Genohm’s SLIMS Application

Modern lab technologies such as next-generation sequencing (NGS) can generate millions of results from each test. Manual paper-based systems are therefore obsolete. There are solutions available to manage lab processes and results, but they have limitations and are cost prohibitive. Genohm CEO – Frederick Decouttere – saw this as an opportunity and built the revolutionary […]

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Grid Custom Columns Provide Developer AND End User Productivity

SmartClient’s Grid Custom Columns provide end users with built-in wizards to define: 1. Formula fields that can compute values using other fields 2. Summary fields that can combine other fields with intervening / surrounding text. Empowering end users with Custom Columns frees-up developers from never ending one-off requests. It also makes end users more productive, […]

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4 More Features that Sneaked into 11 |6

A few more features that we haven’t told you about made it into SmartClient 11 | Smart GWT 6, and they are actually pretty awesome … even if we do say so ourselves! #1 Formula Fields You can now declare that a form field should calculate it’s value automatically based on values in surrounding fields […]

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More New Features & How to Upgrade to 11 | 6

This is our third and final blog about upcoming features prior to 11|6 becoming generally available (just days away). See our first two blogs here: http://blog.isomorphic.com/first-batch-of-smartclient-11-smart-gwt-6-features/ http://blog.isomorphic.com/even-more-smartclient-11-smart-gwt-6-features/ Read on to learn about: More 11|6 features FREE upgrades / upgrade discounts How to pre-test your application with 11|6 How to access 11|6 live samples New Feature: Resize Fonts and UI […]

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Even More SmartClient 11 | Smart GWT 6 Features

  We blogged a few weeks ago (click here) about the first batch of features in SmartClient 11 | Smart GWT 6. Below are a bunch more. Enjoy! Beautiful input controls First of all, we’ve overhauled the appearance of our form controls to match current design trends and take advantage of CSS3 features like box shadows and transitions, that […]

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Available NOW: SmartClient 10.1 / Smart GWT 5.1

The SmartClient 10.1 | Smart GWT 5.1 release is here and it’s a good one!  What’s in 10.1 | 5.1 ? You can find lots of details in the blogs below: Next Release – Final batch of features Even more 10.1 / 5.1 features A better user experience (and a sneak peek at the next release)   Here’s […]

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Next Release – Final batch of features

Our next release (SmartClient 10.1 / Smart GWT 5.1) is just days away. As you probably know, we already published two blogs listing several of the upcoming features: http://blog.isomorphic.com/even-more-10-1-5-1-features/ http://blog.isomorphic.com/a-better-user-experience-and-a-sneak-peek-at-the-next-release/ Here is the final batch of features (excluding 1 or 2 stragglers) … Two New Components: “Deck” and “NavPanel”, with Tool Support The “Deck” component: manages the mutually exclusive display of […]

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Is ‘lightweight’ always a good thing?

Business applications are supposed to improve productivity. That is why they exist. However, as developers, we sometimes get excited about a newly released technology and the benefits it claims. We can then end up adopting technology that actually degrades the final product – creating a less productive UI, and even ruining performance, despite promising performance […]

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