Andy went live this morning on our new Facebook group and demonstrated a few of the new features in WinDev v24. Take a look at it here If you haven't joined the Facebook group yet be sure to go to https://www.facebook.com/groups/windev.us/ and join. With Google+ shutting down, this Facebook group will be our new home for … Continue reading WinDev v24 first look
The decision has been made! Since Google+ is shutting down soon, we need a new home for the community. After exploring our options, we have settle on Facebook Groups. The direct address for the group is https://www.facebook.com/groups/windev.us Many of you had already like the original WinDev-US Facebook page and will there for be getting an invite … Continue reading WinDev-US Google+ Community moving to Facebook Groups
My previous post concerning WebDev Dynamic or AWP, lead to a followup question from another user. It's a question that we get often, and I am willing to bet there is more than a few of you out there wrestling with the question right now as well. To paraphrase the question: "I have a windows … Continue reading Windows, Web, Both or ?
I have spoken about this many times at our workshops, Devcons, etc. And written about it even more, you might say its a bit of a soap box 🙂 But as we have more and more new WebDev developers joining the ranks everyday, I bears revisiting. There are two primary methods of developing WebDev sites. … Continue reading WebDev Dynamic versus AWP
Sometimes you need to have more than one active record buffer for a file (database table). A classic example of this is when a file relates to itself. For example, inventory records might have an alternate part to order, so there ends up a reference from one inventory record to another. We are going to … Continue reading Using HAlias to have 2 active record buffers for the same file
A brief exert from one of my presentations on WebDev, discussing the differences between CSS styles and WebDev Styles CSS Styles and WebDev Styles This is one area of WebDev that is a bit confusing and I wish, had been implemented a bit differently. If you have worked with WinDev, you have worked with … Continue reading CSS Styles versus WebDev Styles
Just a quick note about moving apps to v23 for everyone. I have move 2 of our WD projects to the v23 pre-release without issue, one was a small project, but the other one is a very large system, with 264 windows. 3 databases (including both HFSQL and PostgreSQL) and 7 configurations (Windows exe, windows … Continue reading v23 Pre-Release initial testing