Any people into Vanagons?


(Simon Hall) #1

One of my other passions is unusually the good ole Vanagon. Just wondering if anyone else had some other thing other than Epicor that you did in your spare time?


(Aaron Willett) #2

There’s more to life than Epicor?


(Simon Hall) #3

:thinking:You might be onto something there… What about Vanagons?


(Aaron Willett) #4

Didn’t even know what that was until 2 minutes ago when I Googled it. :grin:


(Simon Hall) #5

As Joshua Bardwell says…“Your’re goijng to learn something today”… And you did Yeah!


(Aaron Willett) #6

Does that mean I can go home now?


(Simon Hall) #7

You are excused until the 7th of January


(Aaron Willett) #8

We’re fully circle now. What am I gonna do for two and a half weeks without Epicor??


(Simon Hall) #9

Well…There’s this small e10 implementation project going on in Australia…


(Jose C Gomez) #10

Sounds like a few courses in Angular, and TypeScript could fill up that void… #TrustMe you’ll need them in the future.


(Aaron Willett) #11

What are you using those for?


(Randy Stulce) #12

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(Jose C Gomez) #13

It’s what the next Epicor Framework is based on, so learning the language and such before its released will give you a huge advantage. Think learning C# before you get into Epicor.


(Aaron Willett) #14

Makes sense. Is there a release that uses it, so I can play with it in the Epicor world?
C# isn’t going away, is it?


(Jose C Gomez) #15

Ther’es nothing public that uses it yet, but you can play with it and REST.


(Brandon Anderson) #16

I’m just starting to understand C#!!! !!! !! Now I have to learn something new!!! !!! !!


(Pierre Hogue) #17

I would expect that there will a choice to select when customizing… like currently it is between VB and C#, a new choice will show as TS maybe ?
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Pierre


(Jose C Gomez) #18

@Hogardy its a whole new framework and a whole new environment. They demoed some of it at Insights last year, Epicor University is using it now as their interface. All Web Based.


(Brandon Anderson) #19

@josecgomez nice job hijacking @Hally’s thread by way.

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(Pierre Hogue) #20

ohhh I see…sorry… so complete different way to use Epicor…sounds promising !..
When it will be implemented, would that mean converting our c# to Typescript (similar as going from 9 to version 10) ?
As well…timeframe of availability? we are talking months or years ? (if such info was provided of course…)
tks

Pierre