Xojo 2017 Release 1 includes support for running and debugging 64-bit apps right from the IDE for macOS and Linux. Windows support is noticeably absent. Why? The answer is a bit complicated but interesting.
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The Inspector Behavior is a feature that you were probably not aware of at first glance when using the Xojo IDE. It is tightly related to the Inspector Panel you are already using for adjusting all the control settings and other classes instances properties. Continue reading Inspector Behavior: Class Defaults From the Xojo IDE
There’s been a bit of discussion about how the new Xojo.Net.HTTPSocket is slow for some users on Windows, which we’ve been trying to isolate to…
Want a quick and easy way to send notifications to your devices (iOS, Android and web browsers) from Xojo desktop and web apps? Perhaps you want to send a notification if a purchase is made, an error occurs or a long process has finished. If so, the free Pushover web service might be what you need!
Join Paul as he talks with Dana Brown and Alyssa Foley, the two women that keep Xojo running, as they talk about how they came to Xojo, working from home, being full-time working moms, XDC and favorite TV shows.
Sooner or later your app will need to work with files, maybe to save the data generated with the app itself, to open the files created with other apps or because is the main purpose of the utility you are working on. Xojo gives you the class FolderItem fully loaded with a useful bunch of properties that allow you to examine the attributes of any file; for example, the creation or modification of dates, the file path (in several formats), if the file is an alias, etc. The FolderItem class also gives you the methods to do a lot of file operations without effort. Continue reading Working with Files: FolderItem