Synergex’s tutorials offer a convenient way for you to quickly learn some of our new technologies. Take advantage of these learning opportunities today!
These hands-on, self-paced tutorials are among the most popular features of the annual Synergy DevPartner Conference. They give attendees the opportunity to try out new technologies covered during the sessions. Even if you were not able to attend the conference, the tutorials are a great way to learn more about the latest features in Synergy/DE. See what you can learn from the conference tutorials from the past several years:
xf NetLink .NET Tutorials
In this tutorial, you will use xfNetLink .NET, xfServerPlus, and Microsoft Visual Studio to build a distributed application with an ASP.NET front-end. The xfNetLink .NET interface generation tools are used to create a Synergy .NET component (assembly) that can be used to access remote Synergy routines in an ELB via xfServerPlus. After completing the application, you will have the option of building a web service that can be called from that application.
After downloading, run the self-extracting executable and then open NET_Start.htm in your browser.
Compatible with Synergy/DE 9.3 and 9.5:
Download xfNetTut93.exe (Requires Visual Studio 2008 or 2010.)
Compatible with Synergy/DE 9.1.3 and 9.1.5:
Download xfNetTut913.exe (Requires Visual Studio 2005 or 2008.)
Compatible with Synergy/DE 8.3 and 9.1.1:
Download xfNetTut83.exe (Requires Visual Studio 2005.)
xf NetLink Java Tutorials
In this tutorial, you will use xfNetLink Java and xfServerPlus to build a distributed application with a JavaServer Pages™ front-end. The xfNetLink Java interface generation tools are used to create a Synergy component (JAR file) that can be used to access remote Synergy routines in an ELB via xfServerPlus.
After downloading, run the self-extracting executable and then open JSP_Start.htm in your browser.
Compatible with Synergy/DE 9.5.3 and 10.1.1:
Compatible with Synergy/DE 8.3 through 9.1.5: