Formatting SQL for display can sometimes be a pain, particularly for the many different flavors of SQL. One easy way to do the formatting is to use a web service.
Month: October 2015
Serious about cross-platform development? Consider going Pro with Xojo. Whether you are new to Xojo or looking to upgrade your existing licenses, Xojo Pro is the best way to take advantage of everything Xojo has to offer.
Paul and special guest Geoff Perlman talk about the new features in Xojo 2015 Release 3 plus a a bonus announcement at the end.
Earlier this year, Xojo added the ability to create 64-bit iOS apps. And now with Xojo 2015 Release 3, you can create 64-bit apps for your Desktop, Web and Console apps.
I was up hours later than I should have been last night reading The Martian when, after discussing in detail how to hack some really old software in some really old equipment located about 54.6 million kilometers away, I read this line: “âJesus, what a complicated process,â Venkat said. âTry updating a Linux server sometime,â Jack said.”
And my first thought was, “Oh!, that’s why we offer Xojo Cloud!”
HTMLViewer on the desktop has two engines that you can select from, Native and Webkit. Native uses the built-in browser engine on each platform – Webkit on OS X, Internet Explorer on Windows, and Webkit on Linux, if it’s installed. If you select “Webkit”, the Chrome Embedded Browser libraries are included with your built app and HTMLViewer will use that instead. There are pros and cons to each, but usually the reason people choose WebKit over Native on Windows is because choosing Native gets you whatever the minimum version of Internet Explorer is for a particular OS. This means:
Passwords are a problem, as we frequently see in the news when databases containing password and login information are hacked and exposed.
Though too much security is never enough, as developers, there are things we can do to keep our users’ passwords secure.