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> Quartam Reports Update
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Live from Las Vegas!
Report from the first 2 Days of RunRevLive

Runrevlive Workshop

Because we know you wish you were there, we're running a special Conference Edition of revUp today, to bring you some of the highlights so far.

RevLive is now in full swing, the teaching day has come and gone, and at this very moment Kevin Miller is giving the opening Keynote to the core conference. By all reports, the teaching day was a great success and very well attended. The Keynote is causing quite a stir, touching on some exciting new product announcements and describing an upcoming web Plugin for Revolution. Read on to see photos and get all the details hot off the press! READ MORE >

Application Browser Goes Visual

If you love GLX2 and the productivity improvement it brings to your Revolution workflow, you're going to love Visual Application Browser, also from Daniels and Mara. Announced today in the conference Keynote, we've teamed up with Daniels and Mara to bring you this exciting new product for free with any Revolution Studio or Enterprise license, for the rest of May. Learn all about the product from its creator, Jerry Daniels, in this interesting and informative technical article.


Runtime Donates $532,000 of Software to New York Law School

Famous lawyers from both fiction and reality have always relied on a variety of tools to persuade judge and jury: surprise witnesses; dramatic closing arguments; reenactments of the crime scene. 

But first and foremost, a good lawyer must be a master of logic. So it might not be such a surprise that a group of law school students have embraced Revolution Studio as yet another tool in their arsenal that helps them learn technology, teach law, and win cases.


Quartam Reports Update

A popular announcement at the conference is that Quartam Reports has received an update. This exciting release includes some long awaited features that will make creating reports from Revolution even easier and more flexible. If you've been looking for a seamless solution to creating barcodes, 2D charts or integrating your data with Excel, this update is just what you need. Read on for a full rundown of all the new features.