With 2014r3 shipped, it’s a good time to give a quick update about where we’re at with 64 bit support. I’ll walk through the key pieces involved in this effort and give some updates.
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When it comes to software licensing and pricing, the goal is to provide just the right amount of flexibility without making things too complex. It’s difficult, however, to do this without some trial and error which means we occasionally make changes.
With Xojo 2014r3 we are introducing simple, annual pricing for all Xojo licenses:
Wayne Golding has been a Xojo developer since 2005. He operates two IT companies, a Network/Systems services co & DRNine11 an offsite backup & DR co. Though he primarily uses Xojo for internal management systems and utilities, Wayne’s hobby is robotics where he uses Xojo to communicate with Arduino devices.
When distributing applications with a database component you will undoubtedly upgrade your database schema as your application matures. So how do you manage the schema within your application?
That’s right, we’re doing it again! Xojo’s Black Friday through Cyber Monday sale is happening again and we’re offering 30% off all new Xojo licenses and upgrades to Xojo Pro- Friday, November 28th through Monday, December 1st.
Shadowing is when a subclass defines a constant, property or enumeration (almost anything that is not an event or a method) that has the same name as a constant, property or enumeration (but not an event or a method) in the superclass. Generally the best rule is avoid using the same names for constants, properties and enumerations that the superclass has already used.
If you’ve worked with times and dates you know how much fun they can be especially when you deal with different time zones, differing Daylight savings time rules, if they observe DST and all the other intricacies tracking dates and times bring up.
And very often you need to save data to a database. So how do you store the data in your database so you can properly deal with it? And does your chosen database make that easy?
In XojoTalk podcast episode 3, Paul talks with Eric Gibbon, a long-time Xojo developer and one of the organizers of the Xojo Users’ Group UK Conferences.
This came up recently on the forums and I thought it good to share. Do you see what is wrong with the following code?
Function foo() As FolderItem try beep catch NilObjectException return nil end try End Function
Eric Gibbon has been a Xojo developer since 1999. When not heading up the Birmingham, UK Xojo User Group, you can find Eric at MacTasks.com where he offers consulting services and develops bespoke multi-platform multi-user databases for Mac, PC and the Web using Xojo.
Last year work wasn’t going so well, and I was feeling down. I had lost my “Xojo mojo”. As a freelance developer it can be hard to do everything you need to and it is easy to get bogged down. Sometimes you need a fresh injection of ideas and opinions, to see what other developers are doing and how they do it.
As you may have heard, Apple announced that as of February 1st, 2015, all new apps submitted to the iOS App Store must support 64-bit. It was already our intention to be in beta testing on 64-bit in that timeframe. However, our original plan was to support Linux first since more and more Linux servers now only support 64-bit. Instead, we will support iOS first followed by the x86 platforms.