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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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Java Ecosystem Insights, Free Cloud Expo Pass … and One More Thing

  Exec Insights on the State of the Java Ecosystem Tom Smith from DZone recently interviewed Isomorphic CTO, Charles Kendrick, and several other execs, to get insights into the state of the Java ecosystem. Tom’s article was published in Dzone’s Guide to Modern Java. A few of the highlights were: The open source community is driving more innovation […]

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It’s time to de-support some really old stuff

A couple of times a week I find myself installing updates to one browser or another. Admittedly, I do use FF, Safari, Opera and Chrome. That translates to hundreds of browser versions since SmartClient 8.3 | Smart GWT 3.1 was released in 2012. With our SmartClient platform, we’re always pushing the boundaries of what web applications can do in the latest […]

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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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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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Outdated performance perceptions driving your mobile strategy?

Looking back, there was a time when mobile specific apps were necessary. Browser technology wasn’t quite there, and the first smartphones just didn’t have enough oomph. But we have come a long way since then …   Let’s look at the iPhone. Since the first release in 2007 to the release of the iPhone6 last […]

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