Title: Coloring!
Date: February 22nd, 2013
Clarion Date: 77488
Duration: 3:24:32

Webinar 199 Recording
Interface Example Recording
"Interface vs. Abstract Class" Example Source Code


Hosts: Arnold Young, John Hickey, Lisa Daugherty, Mike Hanson

Presenters:

Mike Hanson

John Hickey


Description:

Coloring! This week, Mike Hanson will be showing us his "coloring" stuff! It's a set of classes for defining a default color set, and allowing the creation and editing of new sets. It applies the chosen set to a screen at runtime.
From Mike:
"In my case, it's not so much for "all screens" in your APPs, but rather specific screens that need to support recoloring. For example, my casino stuff has various "Viewers" which are shown on big screen TVs in casinos. Each casino wants to choose the colors to be used."

PLUS! John Hickey may be showing something he's been working on, perhaps! Tune in to find out!

Announcements:
  • Webinar #200 Next Week! Nothing Special Planned!
  • JP is giving away stuff
  • Final Survey Results

Old Business: None


New Business: None


Word.Of.The.Day:

  • ColorToHSL
  • ColorToRGB
  • RGBToColor

Topics Covered:
Classes

Interfaces

Additional Downloads:


Slide Show:

Slide Show PDF

Time Events:

Time
Event
00:00
Webinar Introduction
30:24
John Hickey demonstrate a new technique for displaying data on-the-fly using the Codejock ReportControl
48:11
Word.Of.The.Day, a discussion of ColorToHSL, ColorToRGB, RBGToColor found in the cwutil.clw file
52:47
Mike Hanson begins the main Presentation, demonstrating his Coloring class used in his application
2:21:00
Marc Walgren gives an example of using an Interface, and he and Mike Hanson then proceed to create a complete example and explanation of how to use Interfaces

Full Webinar Recording
Interface Example Recording


Fourth Rule Of The Webinar:

Wear a hat and gloves when it’s cold. Seriously.

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