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August 19, 2016
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Firebird Conference 2016: Introduction to CloudaIDE
We start to publish announces of talks for Firebird Conference 2016 (don't miss Early Bird registration offer - less than 2 weeks left!) - the first is devoted to CloudaIDE, great web framework designed for database developers.

Introduction to CloudaIDE - Web Framework requiring only database programming skills
Dragging and dropping database objects from the datasource browser to quickly create screen layout with database bound controls. Easy ways to achieve arbitrarily complex master-detail structures of the screen data. Undo-redo, drag ad drop, cut and paste. Property lists.
Innovative lists of values acting also as data entry forms and means of navigation through interrelated data. Innovative menus that integrate breadcrumbs and ordinary menus. Out of the box Query By Example mechanism. Client side programming language as an easy to grasp subset of PL/SQL. Used to program user interaction and remotely call stored procedures. 

Techniques and design recommendations to detect and prevent an attack. Client and server side session state components. Pooled database connections as a mean to reduce server load. Scalability and reliability by reducing network traffic and the database server load. Incremental data transfer between client and server. Single page architecture. Locking strategies.

Automation of all the development steps including the deployment of the application to the integrated test web server. Pre-configured web server.
Free use of CloudaIDE for FirebirdSQL based development and deployment. The project site is http://cloudaide.org
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