U2 samples – now on GitHub!

I wanted to take this opportunity to let you all know about an experiment we are running. You can now find demos and sample code for Rocket Software’s U2 products on GitHub!

After your feedback during our world “U2 University” tour last year, we are making our sample code for U2 products more accessible and agile. At the same time, by hosting our sample code on GitHub, it will enable the community to be more engaged using the social aspects of this platform.

So, without further ado: Rocket Software on GitHub

We are continuing to migrate our samples to GitHub, although you can already find examples on using U2 Dynamic Objects, JDBC, UOJ, UCI as well as the full SB/XA XAML theme. We will be working to host our U2 University code here as well, so you can easily access it after the event.

Are you looking for example code for a particular feature in:

We welcome you to join us in this experiment and to send your feedback to u2askus@rocketsoftware.com.

Stay tuned for an upcoming webinar that will walk you through using GitHub with our repositories for the first time, as well as showing how you can contribute to and improve the sample code for all.

Don’t forgot to hit the Star button on our repositories U2 Servers Lab and U2 Tools Lab once you have created an account!

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Dan is the former Managing Director of R&D for the U2 Servers Lab at Rocket Software.

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2 Responses to U2 samples – now on GitHub!

  1. Andrew Aho May 22, 2013 at 6:15 am #

    Well done Dan! Great responsiveness to customer requests!

  2. Dan McGrath May 23, 2013 at 2:24 pm #

    For anyone at near the Denver area, I’ll be doing a hands on demo/tutorial at the upcoming CMUG meeting.http://www.eventbrite.com/event/6793013085

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