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Xojo Programming Blog Posts
FolderItem has been extended with new methods to Zip and Unzip files and folders in Xojo 2023 Release 3. Take a peek as we look at how easy it is to use this new feature.
If you need to work with sets, you may find Xojo’s new Set class useful.
A set is a group of items, not unlike a Dictionary. You can add or remove items from the set, as you might expect, but some of its more unique capabilities let you do a difference, intersection and union of two sets.
The Android Design Extensions 1.5 are now available. This version works with Xojo 2023r3 and brings about 90 new extensions.
Starting with Xojo 2023r3 there are two new features in the iOS MobileLocation control: Visits and GeoFencing. Visits allows the operating system to notify an app when a device stays near a given place for some time. GeoFencing can notify an app when the user enters and/or leaves a previously registered region.
With the new XAML Control chooser window that’s available in Xojo 2023 Release 3 for Windows, you can now play/experiment with XAML like never before, right in the IDE.
Xojo 2023r3 comes with a new map renderer for your map driven web applications. MapLibre is a robust Open Source mapping library alternative that Xojo is using under the hood now. With this update, you can create truly interactive maps with Xojo supporting multiple markers and customization.
With macOS Sonoma, users can add a Xojo web app to the Home / Dock. That brings icon badges and manifest files to Xojo web apps starting with Xojo 2023r2. Let’s see how you can use them to make your web apps more accessible and useful.
After you have designed your interface and begun coding, your next step may be to connect to a database. This blog post tells you the databases supported by Xojo, shows you where to find code samples and examples, plus tutorials and videos that walk you through connecting, updating, querying and managing a database, plus, an introduction to Xojo’s new DBKit. Get the resources and knowledge you need to get your first database project off the ground today.