Now that iOS 7 is out, take a look at how you can simulate some of its fancy new controls in your own web apps.Comments closed
Month: September 2013
If you are not a fan of online forums, you’ll want to check out the Xojo forum. It’s not like any forum you’ve ever seen.Comments closed
Did you know that the Xojo Navigator has a custom tooltip for most of the items you see? For Instance:Comments closed
This week Microsoft posted a series of videos on YouTube clearly mocking Apple’s creative process. One of the actors is obviously supposed to be Jonathan Ive. Some have said the other bears a resemblance to Steve Jobs and that if that’s who they were mocking, it’s in poor taste. While Microsoft is no stranger to poor taste, I think they were mocking Tim Cook, not Steve Jobs.Comments closed
Want a quick and easy way to add capabilities to bulit-in classes and types without subclassing? Try extension methods.Comments closed
This article from PCWorld should be a reminder to everyone that is still using Windows XP to start planning your upgrade to a newer version of Windows.
Essentially, Windows XP will no longer receive security patches after April 2014. What does this mean?Comments closed
More and more customers are using Xojo to create applications that may contain private end-user information. This means that it’s becoming increasingly important that your web applications be protected with an SSL certificate and some kind of authentication to make sure the user is who they claim to be.Comments closed
Update: Xojo iOS was released in Xojo 2014r3. Download Xojo today and try it today or give us 5 minutes and watch how easy it is get started with Xojo iOS!
We are continuing to work hard on support for building iOS apps with Xojo. We believe Xojo will provide the easiest and fastest way to build applications for iPhone and iPad. Our focus so far has been on the underlying framework. The video below includes a demo of an iOS app we created in Xojo. I showed a small part of this app at the Xojo Developer’s Conference earlier this year.2 Comments
Sometimes you need a property that does more than simply store a value. It may also need to calculate a value or perform some other action to lookup a value. You can do this using a Computed Property or an Assignment Method. Read on to learn how these work and when to use them.Comments closed