It’s a simple, quick way to work with your Xojo code with SVN.
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
Xojo is a modern, powerful programming language with an IDE that simplifies all kind of tasks related your project creation and deployment. One such helpful feature is the UI layout design; you can find it under the Library Panel, it’s a meaningful collection of graphic classes (Controls) ready to use in our apps. Probably one of the first and most used controls in apps design is the TextField, TextField simplifies the way an app can get the input from the user. Let’s see its main properties and how this control behaves when used in Desktop, Web (WebTextField) and iOS (iOSTextField) apps!
You can watch the video (in Spanish, with English subtitles) as you read and work through this post. Continue reading TextField: Getting the User Input
As you may already know, 2016 was Xojo’s 20 Anniversary. Sitting down to write this post, I can’t help but think back to 20 years ago and starting what has now become Xojo. Most of the developer tools that were around when we started either no longer exist or are no longer published by the people who had the original vision to create them in the first place. In that respect, we are members of a very exclusive club. I’m also pleasantly surprised at how many users from way back then are actively using Xojo today. I take great pride in the fact that we have created something that has that kind of staying power.
Did you know that you can create scripts to control the Xojo IDE? And many of these scripts could be real time savers.