From February 2nd to 5th 2011 the sixth Servoy World international conference will take place in Amsterdam, informing about latest topics in user interface oriented rapid application development. Centigrade will participate as an exhibitor and the company’s CEO Thomas Immich will give a conference session on building sexy user interfaces. The session is scheduled for February 4th.
Thomas Immich: “Developing user interfaces today needs to be a rapid, agile and productive task, regardless whether it is done merely for prototyping or for going live into production. If, as an independent software vendor, you don’t manage to meet these demands, you are most likely running behind the changing requirements of your customer audience. Servoy has recognized that high development productivity in user interface creation is a key ingredient today. This, in combination with a clean and sexy look and feel definitely is a persuasive competitive sales argument.”
Following the presentation of state-of-the-art user interface design methods, Centigrade is going to present their new stock look and feel BizLaf to a public audience for the first time. BizLaf is a pluggable stock Look and Feel for Java™ Swing-based user interfaces that converts existing applications into professionally looking business applications with very little effort.
Thomas Immich: “BizLaf cares most about the information that you want to display on your applications’s screens. We created BizLaf including lovely details, however, avoiding unnecessary twirls – BizLaf is clean and concise, modern and friendly, bright and attractive. And as BizLaf ships together with Cezanne, our first-class Look and Feel engine for the Java™ platform, it meets the high demands of your customers regarding performance and visual effects.”
Centigrade announced that the official BizLaf website will go online right before the start of Servoy World so that participants can get more information on the product promptly. BizLaf will be Servoy-ready so that existing Servoy Smart Client user interfaces can benefit from BizLaf right away.
The official conference schedule can be found on the Servoy website.
Servoy markets an application development and deployment environment used to create and deploy user interface applications. Today over 10,000 companies and more than 20,000 developers are working with the Servoy product suite. Servoy main customer base consists of ISVs (Independent Software Vendors), companies for which time to market, a modern product and Internet deployment are important. Companies like Symantec, Stanford University, Verizon, and UCLA hospital rely on Servoy for managing and presenting data to their customers and employees through rich applications over the LAN, WAN and Internet connections.
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