[Lazarus] Promoting Lazarus: A Case Study Video
JuuS at mykolab.ch
Sat Feb 14 13:09:36 CET 2015
Hmmmm....the corrections got garbeled...sorry...Here they are in CAPS
Report operators are pulled from data, as well AT to AS report criteria
data types, they are all pulled from data.
Finally, with regards to innovative features, this
applications/APPLICATION allows reports to be placed into batch containers.
In the hands of even a single capable developer Lazarus HAS the
potential to create business applications with a high degree of
usability for end users,...
On 02/14/2015 01:02 PM, JuuS wrote:
> Good link thanks, looks like a neat program! I also bemoan the fact that
> the super super Pascal Language and Lazarus is not used more...I am
> always pushing it when anyone asks about languages...
> blocked on that site on your machine?
> I read your page as well and noted a few errors...The corrected script
> is below, changes in <<< >>>:
> Report operators are pulled from data, as well <<< "at" should be "as"
>>>>> report criteria data types, they are all pulled from data.
> Finally, with regards to innovative features, this <<< "applications"
> should be "application">>> allows reports to be placed into batch
> In the hands of even a single capable developer Lazarus <<< needs the
> word "has" here >>> the potential to create business applications with a
> high degree of usability for end users, and its multi-platform
> capabilities offer more options for business to reduce their IT
> infrastructure costs.
> On 02/14/2015 11:52 AM, Anthony Walter wrote:
>> Hello all, in our continuing effort to re-energize the Lazarus
>> community, and reach out to new prospective users, I will be creating a
>> series of Lazarus case study videos. This first one is posted online here:
>> The aim of this initiative is to draw interest back to Free Pascal and
>> Lazarus, especially in light of all the hard work you guys have done in
>> preparing for Free Pascal version 3 and Lazarus version 1.4.
>> If anyone wants to add to the case study content, feel free to use the
>> edit this page feature to make your additions. The editors at
>> getlazarus.org <http://getlazarus.org> can quickly, and easily find and
>> review your edits, so don't hesitate to contribute.
>> Also, if you want to forward the above case study to a work colleague or
>> a technical acquaintance, please do. That's the reason its there.
>> Thanks everyone for your hard work, and keep an eye out for our next
>> case study.
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