Month: April 2014
If you are planning to create an app that needs to run on mobile devices your first decision is which mobile platforms to support. This will depend largely on the type of app you are creating and who you are creating it for. So what’s your best solution?
Welcome to part two of our three part series on building an iOSTableView control for use in Xojo web projects using the WebSDK.
This is the first in a three-part series showing you how to make an iOSTableView control for use in a Xojo web projects using the WebSDK.
The Fun with Files webinar (which occurred on Tuesday, April 8th) covered many ways that you can work with files in your Xojo apps. Did you miss it? If so, here is a quick recap.
As you may be aware, the “Heartbleed” bug in OpenSSL has made the rounds across the internet. As soon as it was disclosed this week we began an investigation to see where we were impacted. Xojo.com services were updated and our SSL certificate was quickly reissued. Xojo Cloud servers were also rapidly updated. This does mean that (like many sites) we were potentially vulnerable for a time until the patch was released.
This week, a major vulnerability, referred to as “Heartbleed” was discovered in OpenSSL. Bruce Schneier, who blogs about Internet security, called it, “catastrophic” and “on the scale of 1 to 10, this is an 11.” Heartbleed has left just about anyone with a server scrambling to find out if their version of OpenSSL is affected or not and then taking measures to update OpenSSL and make sure everything is working again.
What happens in Vegas stays in Vegas, so this blog post will be short. Just kidding!