Rescheduled! Webinar: Extending PI Visualization - how PI Coresight 2016 empowers you!

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Following are the links to the webinar recording and the slide deck.

PI Developers Club Webinar Series: Extending PI Visualization - how PI Coresight 2016 empowers you!

PI Developers Club Webinar Series - Extending PI Visualization - how PI Coresight 2016 empowers you.pdf



Update # 3 (June 29, 2016):

Thanks everyone for joining us today! Little elves are hard at work preparing the recording of the webinar, which will be published today or tomorrow.


Update # 2 (June, 2016):

Hooray! This webinar is now scheduled for Wednesday, June 29! See you soon


Update # 1 (February, 2016):

Fellow PI Geeks,


This webinar will be rescheduled to a future date which is TBD. I'm sure we as developers can sympathize with the Coresight team who has their heads down, working towards their upcoming release. As soon as possible, once the dust settles, we will pick a new date. Keep an eye out for the updated invitation emails. If you're already registered, your registration will be migrated automatically and you will receive an email to that effect.


And of course, best wishes to the Coresight team as they prepare their next release!






Extending PI Visualization: how PI Coresight 2016 empowers you!


June 29, 2016 February 24, 2016

9:00 AM (PT)/12:00 PM (ET)/6:00 PM (ES)


Register now!


     PI Coresight is making some major changes.  These changes include a new HTML5 display editor that allows much more flexibility and control when creating displays.  But even more interesting for the PI developer community is the introduction of a true extensibility framework that will allow web developers to enhance PI Coresight with custom functionality.

     We are anxious to tell you about our plans for extensibility in PI Coresight and to get your feedback.  Come to this webinar to hear directly from members of the PI Coresight development team.  You will learn about the capabilities of the upcoming release of PI Coresight 2016 and what we are doing to enable 3rd party enhancements




  • Tom LeBay, PI Coresight Product Manager
  • Jason Golla, PI Coresight Development Team Lead
  • John Sintilas, PI Coresight Development Architect
  • Anna Perry, Development Support Engineer


We'd love to hear your comments and questions here in the comments or in the PI Developers Club forum!