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All Aboard the Release Train. First Stop: Ignition 8! Carl Gould and… Wed, 04/03/2019 - 09:44
The first production release of Ignition 8 is just a few days away! In addition to all of the powerful new features included in Ignition 8, we’ve also made significant internal process changes to how we develop, test, and release Ignition. We wanted to take this opportunity to share some important changes that we’re making to the Ignition release strategy going forward, which will result in more frequent and predictable releases of Ignition.
Marketing Tips for Integrators: Case Studies Jim Meyers and… Thu, 01/10/2019 - 09:42

When other people talk about how great you are at something, it’s much more persuasive than if you sing your own praises. This is as true for companies as it is for people. A prospective customer is much more likely to use your company’s services if he hears positive things about you from people he knows and trusts.

Ignition v7.9.10: New Client Launchers and Upgrade Logic Kathy Applebaum Thu, 11/29/2018 - 09:21
Big changes have been happening in Java lately; the most notable change being Java’s new 6-month release cycle for major versions. In the past year, we’ve seen the release of Java 9, Java 10, and Java 11. Support for Java Web Start was dropped in Java 11 and some garbage collectors were dropped in Java 9. Obviously, this can quickly get confusing for Ignition users, so one of the main focuses of Ignition v7.9.10 is to make these changes easier for you.
From Mice to Dinosaurs, Master Inventor Andy Stanford-Clark Finds Practical Uses for IoT Lauren Walters Thu, 11/01/2018 - 14:02
At Inductive Automation, we’re always excited when we get to work with innovative thinkers. It was a thrill to host one such figure, Andy Stanford-Clark of IBM, for a talk called “Andy Explains the Internet of Things — and Mousetraps.” The talk was sponsored by Inductive Automation and presented on September 20th at the Harris Center in Folsom, California, where ICC 2018 had concluded the previous day. A crowd of well over 300 people, including many ICC attendees, joined IA for an evening of inspiration, conversation, and Internet of Things (IoT) innovation with one of the leading minds in the industry.