February 14, 2018 at 9:22 am #14032Michael MonschauParticipant
(I apologise if this item appears twice on the forum, I never posted here before and my first post may have been incorrectly placed)
In order to contribute to the Omnis call to arms, we have uploaded several EurOmnis presentation libraries and Brainy Data example libraries to Github. There are still a few more to be uploaded. Moving forward, we intend to use Github as our main VCS for both EurOmnis and Brainy Data libraries and welcome any contributions, however small, to these ongoing projects. We are ashamed to say, that all of our Brainy Data libraries still use Omnis DML, but this is something we will rectify as we move forward. Nevertheless, all libraries include many examples of Omnis Studio programming techniques that not only demonstrate the use of our products, but also demonstrate the versatility of Omnis. All libraries are published under the MIT license, so feel free to enjoy.
The decision to use Github as our main VCS has the consequence that our latest Libraries will require Studio 8.1 from hereon. We will keep historical versions of the current example libraries which will work with Studio 4.3 or later and which will be available on request, but we will no longer maintain these. Of course, if you subscribe to our technical support program and you require examples of use not covered in the Studio 8.1 libraries, we will provide you with sample code that will work with your version of Omnis Studio.
Please understand that the libraries are provided without warranty an that, unless you own a technical support subscription or are working on improvements via mutual agreement, we are unable to provide technical support in relation to these libraries.
All our repositories can be found at https://github.com/BrainyDataFebruary 17, 2018 at 11:56 am #14161Francisco RamosParticipant
Excellent contribution. Thank you very much.February 19, 2018 at 9:52 am #14171asmithKeymaster
A brilliant effort Michael – this is a fantastic contribution on GitHub for the Omnis community.
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