It has been a while since we have had a little tip from your Uncle Pete. It never ceases to amaze me that as long as I have been using the WX IDE there are still features to be discovered that I wasn't aware of. While working with a client today via a remote session, … Continue reading Quick Tip – Additional IDE Search Filters
Author: Pete Halsted
More Enhancements to the Browser Date Parser
Last Week I wrote about a custom date parser procedure that could be used along with jQueryUI's DatePicker, and I said it could handle pretty much any date format you could throw at it. Well turns out it couldn't ... but now it can! If none of this is making any sense to you be … Continue reading More Enhancements to the Browser Date Parser
Adding a Custom Date Parser to jQueryUI’s Date Picker
Today we are going to add a custom Date parsing routine to the JQueryUI Date Picker so it automagically parses dates in a variety of formats. Back in August of 2020, I wrote an article showing you how to incorporate the JQueryUI Date Picker into your WebDev applications. If you have read that article be … Continue reading Adding a Custom Date Parser to jQueryUI’s Date Picker
Exciting News! Glenn Rathke will be presenting at wxDevCon!
Glenn will be presenting the Framework for both WinDev and WebDev. The framework is a great 'jumping off place' for the developer starting new applications. In both platforms, a dynamic ribbon bar like approach is used for the entry points into the app, as well as a highly customizable dashboard and internal messaging system. Many … Continue reading Exciting News! Glenn Rathke will be presenting at wxDevCon!
Gavin Webb – Webinar Jan 5th 10AM CST
As a preview of some of the content that will be shared at wxDevcon 2023, Gavin Webb will be doing a webinar Jan 5th at 10AM CST. You don't want to miss this webinar or his full presentation during wxDevcon! If you haven't signed up for wxDevcon yet, do so now, without a minimum amount … Continue reading Gavin Webb – Webinar Jan 5th 10AM CST
JSON Member Enumeration
In several of our projects we log before and after versions of a record for audit purposes. We do this by serializing the record into JSON and then storing the JSON string We can then Compare the before and after of a record and show the changes, but of course we want to do this … Continue reading JSON Member Enumeration
New WEBDEV site: Look & Feel Examples
I am working on a new site and we are refining the look and feel for it, the priority and goal for the site is to be as clean and simple as possible. It will be 100% consumer facing. So far we have done a Mobile First style login page, we are undecided if the … Continue reading New WEBDEV site: Look & Feel Examples
Mapping Attribute and Class Properties
The mapping attribute is probably one of those features that many folks don't know about. It doesn't even get a lot of attention in the documentation, but it is a really handy feature that has saved my bacon more than once. Before we can talk about the mapping attribute we need to first talk about … Continue reading Mapping Attribute and Class Properties
Screen Scaling and WINDEV
You don't often get WINDEV tips from Uncle Pete as I spend the majority of my time in WEBDEV, but here's a quick one for you. We use to have a lot of display issues when someone had their screen scaling set to something other than 100%. In old versions of Windows this was referred … Continue reading Screen Scaling and WINDEV
v27 WebDev Zone/Style Issues and Uncle Pete’s Tips
One of the "features" of WEBDEV v27 was a revamp of zone editing (Feature 793). Below is details from the New Features document. It sounds so great and simple, but I believe it is at the core of some of the biggest issues a few of our clients have had with their WEBDEV v27 upgrades. … Continue reading v27 WebDev Zone/Style Issues and Uncle Pete’s Tips
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