Recently I have been working on a web site that has dedicated pages for mobile phone, so it seems a good time to go over a few tips and tricks that come in handy with mobile development. We will be looking at a quick comparison of the “desktop” website and comparing that to the “mobile” … Continue reading Mobile Web Development Tips & Tricks
In the forth in the Linux server setup articles, you will add PostgreSQL to your server. Be sure to check out the first 3 articles, including: Setting up a Linux Rackspace server for WX, Setting up HyperFileSQL and SCM on a Linux Server, and Setting up the WebDev Application Server on a Linux Cloud Server The PostgreSQL … Continue reading Setting up PostgreSQL on a WebDev Linux Server
Working on integrating with Amazon S3 services today, which uses a RESTful API. So far the hardest part is generating the login credentials. Amazon does this quite a bit different than most services. Instead of just sending an API Key and Token, you use several pieces of information, including the actual REST URL you are … Continue reading Getting UTC Time in ISO 8601 Format
Andy did a great job this morning showing us how to use the new Telemetry Features of WinDev v21 within our applications. Along with all of the out of the box features, like tracking users, errors, element usage, etc., he also showed us how to setup custom measurement items and the code to update the … Continue reading How Telemetry can Assist you in your WinDev Applications
The Version 21 release is just around the corner, it looks like once again pcSoft has done a great job! This week the New Features brochure was released, so I wanted to highlight some of the new features that I think are most exciting. General WX and Windev Features #1 New Repositionable Note Control This … Continue reading Version 21 Top New Features
How to work around the "Directory Does not exists in SCM Database" bug.
I recently needed to embed several PDF files in our executable so we didn’t have to ship them individually with application and keep track of updating them separately. The original plan was to try to do something similar to what pcSoft does with the DLLs in the executable, where they “self-extract” with the first run. … Continue reading Embedding a HF Classic Table in Your EXE