At the moment, Xojo Android Framework does not yet provide support for System.FontCount/System.FontAt. However, if you still want to get an overview of all fonts available in the system, we can do this with a few lines of Xojo code.
Xojo Programming Blog Posts
Building custom components for Xojo Web can be incredibly easy, or equally as difficult. If you want to build something unique so that you’re not at the mercy of a third-party library in the future, it really is “hard mode”.
Xojo and the Xojo community are full of resources for beginners, pros and everyone in between.
Last week, I presented the second in a series of Xojo / NetSuite webinars, Using Xojo to Develop NetSuite iOS Apps. You can watch that webinar here. During the webinar, I demonstrated a Xojo-based iOS mobile app that integrates with NetSuite. This blog post is a follow-up to the webinar.
Xojo is a programming language and development environment for creating cross-platform applications for macOS, Windows and Linux from whatever computer you use – Mac, Windows or Linux. You can also create web, iOS, Android and Raspberry Pi apps with Xojo. To empower students, Xojo has partnered with GitHub to offer Xojo Pro to all students in the GitHub Student Developer Pack. In addition to Xojo, the Pack includes tons of free tools to help students expand their technical knowledge and learn new skills.
Students looking to begin their journey into programming choose Xojo for its ease of use and dedication to cross-platform development. Plus, Xojo is true rapid app development and is ideal for building prototypes and mockups really fast. All of these features benefit from Xojo’s OOP-focus. Xojo also has an active and helpful community and years worth of free, on-line resources.
If only you could run your app in debug mode on a specific, remote computer. With Xojo, you can. Let’s talk about Xojo’s Remote Debugger.
2023 has been an eventful year for Xojo, full of firsts. In reviewing all that Xojo accomplished this year and what made it all possible,…
Last week I was thrilled to present Xojo’s “Using Xojo to Develop NetSuite Android Apps” webinar. This blog post is intended as a follow-up to that webinar. I hope to provide some additional information that we didn’t have time to cover, answer some of the questions that came up during and after the webinar, and also provide a link to the Xojo project that we created during the webinar.
Half a year has passed since the introduction of Android as a new target in Xojo 2023r2, and hundreds of framework and compiler bugs have been fixed and new features introduced. This is also the case in the latest Xojo release 2023r4. So it’s time to take the Android Design Extensions to a new level and release version 2.0. This version works with Xojo 2023r3 and late releases.
The last big Xojo release in 2023 comes with a lot of performance improvements everywhere. The Xojo IDE itself is faster, which gives you Time to Reflect on Stack Optimization. In this post, I want to detail those improvements in Xojo 2023r4 that target Xojo Web including faster HandleURL responses, faster transfer rates in Windows and Linux, static assets cache control, Events improvements and a new experimental option.