Note: This post will be continually updated as we near the event dates. Urgent Update! We only have 5 remaining slots available for attendees, if you want to attend you need to get your registration in now while we still have space available! Feb 22 Update! A few folks reported they were having issues getting … Continue reading wxDevcon 2023 – May 4-5, 2023 – Lake of the Ozarks, Missouri
Author: Pete Halsted
wxDevcon 2023 Dates Set and Registration Open
We will be holding a 2-day Developers Conference at Lake of the Ozarks, in Missouri on May 4th and 5th 2023. Sessions will be Thursday and Friday from 9AM - 4PM, with a lunch break. We are trying to keep registration costs down for the event so we will be providing coffee, tea and water … Continue reading wxDevcon 2023 Dates Set and Registration Open
v26 101d update – possible WAS issues
I haven't been through but one WAS (Web Application Server) update to the new 101d patch of v26, but I wanted to get this info out ASAP for anyone else that may run into it. I suspect this may be an issue that only effects Apache installation, which is what all of our productions servers … Continue reading v26 101d update – possible WAS issues
EncryptStandard will support an Initialization Vector in v27
This one won't mean much to most folks. Unless you have taken a deep dive into encryption and had to work with encrypting/decrypting data without side systems and they are using CBC (Cipher Block Chaining) as the operation method. I barely understand encryption at this low of a level myself, and definitely not at a … Continue reading EncryptStandard will support an Initialization Vector in v27
Dealing With JSON Data (a Primer)
Recently one of our member on our Facebook group has been trying to work with JSON data and posted a few questions. And while a lot of the answer were correct, they also seemed to be a bit dated and led me to believe that perhaps everyone hasn't fully embraced just how well PCSOFT has … Continue reading Dealing With JSON Data (a Primer)
WEBDEV Style Issue
I ran into an issue with a WEBDEV Style today and I wonder if it, or something similar doesn't have something to do with some of the reports issues some users have had in v25 and v26 with style issues on certain controls after upgrading. Along with showing you the actual change I made to … Continue reading WEBDEV Style Issue
SSL Validation Issues on Older Windows Servers
I ran into this last week, and this week Terry Mullican did as well. If you are trying to call a webservice and getting an error like this"Security Alert: the security certificate assigned to this site has not been released by a recognized or trusted company."or this "The remote certificate cannot be authenticated." Read on to find the solution … Continue reading SSL Validation Issues on Older Windows Servers
Why can’t I enter my SCM Password in v26?
Have you found yourself asking this question lately? If all your connections where already setup and you have created any new SCM connection perhaps not. But if you try to create a new connection to an existing SCM you are going to run into some "weirdness" Notice anything missing from this connection screen? Where the … Continue reading Why can’t I enter my SCM Password in v26?
Disabling Grammarly for an edit control
Are your multiline edit controls jumping around when you click your cursor in them? Do you have the Grammarly extension installed? Well then read on This is an issue that has been plaguing some of us for a while, but it has come up quite a bit lately as I believe grammerly is getting more … Continue reading Disabling Grammarly for an edit control
v26 Two Factor Authentication
One of the great new features in v26 is the ability to add Two Factor Authentication (2FA) to your apps or sites. In this article I am going to take you through the steps to get it up and running for your site by adding it to our Social Logon demo, it is already live … Continue reading v26 Two Factor Authentication
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