Time Cockpit Blog

Years ago when we defined the cornerstones of time cockpit, we decided that extensibility should be a major unique selling proposition of our time tracking software. This month, we are very proud that we can publish the first public preview of a major keystone of our technological strategy: Say hello to time cockpit's new OData Web API.

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Agreed, data is what drives most businesses. However, having a lot of data at your disposal often does not give you much insight. Data gains value with its presentation. In this article, we explain how to set your data in a geographical context. We use Microsoft Excel, PowerPivot and PowerViewer to create an interactive map that lets you browse your data.

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This month, we are very proud that we can publish the first public preview of a major keystone of our next generation web strategy: Say hello to time cockpit's new OData Web API.

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Last month we added the custom report feature as a preview to time cockpit. In this month's release it has become final. Additionally we added support for custom reports in the browser client.

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For this version we have put the finishing touches to our new reporting feature. We have reached two goals: First, you are now able to add custom reports to every list in time cockpit. The reports are automatically synchronized to all other users in your account, so everybody can open the reports directly in the embedded viewer or as PDF, Excel or Word. Second, we prepared three reports that will help you analyzing time sheet records and invoicing data.

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Yesterday was the day - the Global Windows Azure Bootcamp (GWAB) took place at > 135 locations all around the globe. We organized the Austrian GWAB in Leonding.

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Support is an important aspect when offering software as a service. We use Zendesk for managing our support work. Want to know how we are doing?

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Next weekend I will be speaker at the SQL Server and .NET Developer Conference (SNEK) in Nürnberg (Germany). One of the talks will be focused on tools for .NET developers. In this blog article I summarize what I am going to show.

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In this video I show an end-to-end example for programming with Visual Studio Online "Monaco". Monaco is currently in preview available for Windows Azure Websites. The sample uses TypeScript and AngularJS. Everything is done in the browser: Editing, compiling, package management, etc. The sample accesses an early prototype of the OData provider of time cockpit.

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Because of a training I had to do recently, I took my existing PInvoke material and brought it up to date. Here are the slides. The samples have also been refreshed and I have put them into my GitHub repo.

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