We have a number of videos, articles, example projects, you name it covering the FileManager Classes. What I will be attempting to do with this series of blog articles is breaking down some of the features of the Filemanager Classes include bite size chunks. This is intended for folks that have already made it past … Continue reading FileManger Primer – Adding Lookups
That's right I got dad jokes for miles 🙂 We have been having some issues with the slider control on a project. What is happening is some times the Cursor (the ball portion) of the slider doesn't show up at all, other times it shows up on the wrong plane, I haven't managed to reproduce … Continue reading A more attractive slider control is in range with JQuery UI Slider Pips
There isn't a lot to like about the WEBDEV Date Entry control. In fact there isn't a lot to like about the WINDEV one either, but that is a different conversation. There are a few issues with it. We are going to solve them by using the jQuery UI DatePicker Widget First unless the user … Continue reading WEBDEV Date Entry got you down? Try jQuery UI DatePicker instead
Thanks to Stefano Sarcletti over on our Facebook Group, we now have an even better way to do this! This is version to of this article with the new and improved method. If you use our File Manager classes then you know we use the UML model to generate our record classes from the Analysis. … Continue reading Creating a record class without using the UML – Even Better Way!
If you use our File Manager classes then you know we use the UML model to generate our record classes from the Analysis. This works great when you already have an analysis and you are starting fresh with record classes, but starts showing a few chinks in the armor when you need to add a … Continue reading Creating a record class without using the UML
No this isn't a test of the blog, or the beginning of some creepy horror movie. It's about session management and connection timeout. Over the years we have tweak and improved our process considerably and shared bit and pieces in previous post and videos. But this will be a complete writeup and includes a sample … Continue reading Are you still there?
We have made some significant changes to our NexMo (now Vonage) SMS class. If you don't know what NexMO is, it's a communications API offering SMS, Voice, and other communications requirements. Along with sending SMS's both domestic and international and support for US short codes, our class now supports: Retrieving Balance and Cost informationGet Cost … Continue reading Updates to our NexMo (Vonage) Class
Just a quick tip for those that dive deep into the OOP pool, when defining you class members you have a few different Scopes and Accesses you can use.Public - Can be read and written to from within the class or from outside the class instance. Public Constant - Can be read and written to … Continue reading The order of you class members matter
We had a client that was having issues publishing this AM, he was getting an SSL error when he tried to publish, we are publishing using HTTPS instead of HTTP. While working on that I ran into an interesting read if you have any servers with SSL certificates from one of the Sectigo properties (InstantSSL, … Continue reading Are you suddenly getting SSL errors when publishing?
Andy has already done a video concerning the WAS install and update. And he touched on the issue with OS accounts, this blog article is my take on it along with the work around I have some up with. There may be a better way but this is what has worked for me so far. … Continue reading Upgrading an existing WAS server to v25 and OS User Account issues