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Application development by IntelliLink Technologies, Inc. - AMASYS

 Date - 10/11/17       Time - 10:14 PM

Intellilink Technologies, Inc., an IT development and consulting services company is now expanding its area of expertise into software development. A brand new Asset Management System called AMASYS is being developed at Intellilink Technologies, Inc. by its finest application developers. 

AMASYS is an asset management platform that facilitates the control and planning of assets and their maintenance. It is a comprehensive management solution utilized for the scheduling and reporting of all maintenance related activities. The main functions of AMASYS are equipment master record maintenance, planned maintenance, task maintenance, including frequency and work instructions, calibration tracking and spare parts inventory management. The application permits grouping of client’s data by organization and sites within the organization. Some data elements such as work types, labor and crafts, companies, and item master records, are shared within the organization. Other data elements, such as equipment, PMs, work orders, tools, and inventory, are specific to the client.

Project location:
The commencement of AMASYS project begins October 1, 2017. The work in scope of this project will be performed at IntelliLink Technologies office located at 399 Campus Dr, Suite #301B, Somerset, NJ 08873.

Angular 4.0.0 Now Available

 Date - 06/23/15       Time - 2:57 AM

Angular 4.0.0 Now Available

Angular version 4.0.0 - invisible-makeover - is now available. This is a major release following our announced adoption of Semantic Versioning, and is backwards compatible with 2.x.x for most applications. 

We are very excited to share this release with the community, as it includes some major improvements and functionality that we have been working on for the past 3 months. We’ve worked hard to make sure that it’s easy for developers to update to this release.

What’s New

Smaller & Faster:

In this release we deliver on our promise to make Angular applications smaller and faster. By no means are we done yet, and you'll see us being focused on making further improvements in the coming months.

View Engine:

We’ve made changes under to hood to what AOT generated code looks like. These changes reduce the size of the generated code for your components by around 60%  in most cases. The more complex your templates are, the higher the savings.

During our release candidate period, we heard from many developers that migrating to 4 reduced their production bundles by hundreds of kilobytes.

Read the Design Doc to learn more about what we did with the View Engine.

Animation Package

We have pulled animations out of @angular/core and into their own package. This means that if you don’t use animations, this extra code will not end up in your production bundles.

This change also allows you to more easily find documentation and to take better advantage of autocompletion. You can add animations yourself to your main NgModule by importing BrowserAnimationsModule from @angular/platform-browser/animations.

New Features

Improved *ngIf and *ngFor

Our template binding syntax now supports a couple helpful changes. You can now use an if/else style syntax, and assign local variables such as when unrolling an observable.



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Angular Universal

Universal, the project that allows developers to run Angular on a server, is now up to date with Angular again, and this is the first release since Universal, originally a community-driven project, was adopted by the Angular team. This release now includes the results of the internal and external work from the Universal team over the last few months. The majority of the Universal code is now located in @angular/platform-server. 

To learn more about taking advantage of Angular Universal, take a look at the new render Module Factory method in @angular/platform-server, or Rob Wormald’s Demo Repository. More documentation and code samples are forthcoming.

Type Script 2.1 and 2.2 compatibility

We’ve updated Angular to a more recent version of Type Script. This will improve the speed of ngc and you will get better type checking throughout your application.

Source Maps for Templates

Now when there is an error caused by something in one of your templates, we generate source maps that give a meaningful context in terms of the original template.

Packaging Changes

Flat ES Modules (Flat ESM / FESM):

We now ship flattened versions of our modules ("rolled up" version of our code in the EcmaScript Module format, see example file). This format should help tree-shaking, help reduce the size of your generated bundles, and speed up build, transpilation, and loading in the browser in certain scenarios. 

Read more about the importance of Flat ES Modules in "The cost of small modules".

Experimental ES2015 Builds:

We now also ship our packages in the ES2015 Flat ESM format. This option is experimental and opt-in. Developers have reported up to 7% bundle size savings when combining these packages with Rollup. To try out these new packages, configure your build toolchain to resolve "es2015" property in package.json over the regular "module" property.

Experimental Closure Compatibility:

All of our code now has Closure annotations, making it possible to take advantage of advanced Closure optimizations, resulting in smaller bundle sizes and better tree shaking.

Updating to 4.0.0

Updating to 4 is as easy as updating your Angular dependencies to the latest version, and double checking if you want animations. This will work for most use cases.

On Linux/Mac:

npm install @angular/{common,compiler,compiler-cli,core,forms,http,platform-browser,platform-browser-dynamic,platform-server,router,animations}@latest type script @ latest --save

On Windows:

npm install @angular/common@latest @angular/compiler@latest @angular/compiler-cli@latest @angular/core@latest @angular/forms@latest @angular/http@latest @angular/platform-browser@latest @angular/platform-browser-dynamic@latest @angular/platform-server@latest @angular/router@latest @angular/animations@latesttypescript@latest --save

Then run whatever ng serve or npm start command you normally use, and everything should work.

If you rely on Animations, import the new Browser Animations Module from @angular/platform-browser/animations in your root NgModule. Without this, your code will compile and run, but animations will trigger an error. Imports from @angular/core were deprecated, use imports from the new package import {trigger, state, style, transition, animate} from '@angular/animations';.

We are beginning work on an interactive Angular Update Guide if you would like to see more information about making any needed changes to your application.

Known Issues:

One of the goals for version 4 was to make Angular compatible with TypeScript'sstrictNullChecks setting, allowing for a more restrictive subset of types to be mandated. We discovered during the RC period that there is more work to be done for this to function properly in all use cases, so we intentionally made 4.0 incompatible with the strictNullChecks setting in order to  avoid breaking apps that would otherwise eagerly adopt this TypeScript mode when the proper support lands in 4.1 (tracking issue is #15432).

What's next?

We are in the process of setting the roadmap for the next 6 months, following the same cadence as our published release schedule for 2.x. You'll see patch updates to 4.0.0 and we are already getting started on 4.1. We are going to continue making Angular smaller and faster, and we're going to evolve capabilities such as @angular/http, @angular/service-worker, and @angular/language-service out of experimental. 

You should also stay tuned for updates to our documentation, a stable release of the CLI, and guidance for library authors on packaging. 

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Latest Trends in Paperless Validation in the Pharma-Biotech and Medical Devices Industry

 Date - 06/23/15       Time - 2:54 AM

Paperless validation systems were introduced to the industry 10 years ago. Early in the lifecycle of these technologies paperless validation system provided standard document management and electronic execution capabilities. This basic function enabled companies to review, approve and execute electronically validation lifecycle documentation including protocols. Absent from the earlier versions of paperless validation systems was full automation, workflows, and integration with change management.

Over the last 10 years the technology has matured and emerged in providing functionality above and beyond just document management and electronic execution this includes the following:

 • Templates for the different document deliverables
• Workflows for review and approval for the different process and documents
• Risk Models to perform system level and requirement level risk assessment
• Projects to manage validation projects and enforce dependencies
• Forms to capture and manage data
• Decision Trees to enforce consistencies in Risk Assessment, Framework Definition and Protocol Development
• Schedules to manage periodic re-validation and re-verification
• Change workflow to manage system level and requirement level changes

Although this technology has been available for over 10 years the industry has been very slow in embracing and taking advantage of this technology. In recent years the industry is coming around and looking at paperless validation system as a solution to the inefficient and ineffective paper based validation process. In the next 10 years this technology will evolve into full integration with MES, process control, LIMS and other electronic system that will enable full automation of the entire validation lifecycle process.

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