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SGF session: The Future of SAS Enterprise Guide

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SGF session: The Future of SAS Enterprise Guide

We are excited about designs we are working on for a fresh and modern look and improved experience for Enterprise Guide!  If you are attending SGF and are interested in a sneak peek of these early designs, as well as an opportunity to influence them with feedback, you'll want to attend this session that @samdupont will be presenting:

 

The Future of SAS Enterprise Guide
(Tue, April 4th, 10:00 AM - 10:30 AM)

 

We look forward to hearing and incorporating your feedback!

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Re: SGF session: The Future of SAS Enterprise Guide

Hello @CaseySmith,

 

already found out about this session on the SGF agenda and you will find me there, I am very interested about the early new designs. Also about its possibilities for its future on the web, with all the great potential coming from HTML5. Maybe moving SAS Studio? We shall see Smiley Happy

 

Thank you!

Juan

 

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Re: SGF session: The Future of SAS Enterprise Guide

Great, glad to hear you'll be there Juan!  I'll be in the audience as well.

 

Casey

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Re: SGF session: The Future of SAS Enterprise Guide

Looking forward to seeing you guys!

 

Tom

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Re: SGF session: The Future of SAS Enterprise Guide

See you! Smiley Happy

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Re: SGF session: The Future of SAS Enterprise Guide

For those of us who could not make it to SGF, can we see what you presented?

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Re: SGF session: The Future of SAS Enterprise Guide

I was present at the SAS Forum, but I am also looking forward to getting some slides/images of the presentation, so I can also share with my local user groups! Please ? Smiley Happy

SAS Employee
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Re: SGF session: The Future of SAS Enterprise Guide

Hi,

 

Attached is a .pdf version of "The Future of SAS® Enterprise Guide (EG)" that was shown at SGF17. Let us know what you think.

 

Cheers,

Enterprise Guide and SAS Studio Team 

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Re: SGF session: The Future of SAS Enterprise Guide

Hello @samdupont,

 

many thanks to you and the EG/Studio teams. This will be useful, one of those great presentations that we can share with our SAS user groups.

 

Whilst I would not like to pull it at all, there is something that I miss, though: the pdf format is just fine, but as this presentation is about the new GUI, and the images are very pixelized, I would like to ask for a document including images with enough quality to be able to show and explain the interesting new interface of EG.

 

If this is  possible, it would be highly appreciated Smiley Very Happy

 

Thank you in advance!

 

Cheers,

Juan

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Re: SGF session: The Future of SAS Enterprise Guide

Sorry about the quality. We were trying to reduce the size and as a result the quality was sub-optimal. How about this version? is it better quality?  The notes can be found in the "comment" icon on the top left. The comment layer can be turned off as well. 

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Re: SGF session: The Future of SAS Enterprise Guide

Definetely better! Wow, many thanks, and great response time, I must to say Smiley Happy

 

And no apologies needed, I guess you guys are working under a lot of pressure with so many things going on. At least that what I got on my side, so I would understand a similar situation on yours. That's why feedback is important. ;-)

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Re: SGF session: The Future of SAS Enterprise Guide

Is the new interface for Enterprise Guide 8 written using Web Technologies. i.e. HTML5, XML, etc? Are you moving away from C#? I'm intrigued.

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Re: SGF session: The Future of SAS Enterprise Guide

EG will remain a rich-client written in .NET. We are replacing most of the application shell, using WPF, to support the new, modern design. Our ultimate, long-term goal is provide the best application for SAS programmers on the desktop using EG and on the web using SAS Studio.

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