Month: December 2022
Xojo 2022r4 opens the door for running projects on 64-bit Raspberry Pi ARM boards. Console, Desktop and Web are supported.
While we’ve been hard at working getting Linux ARM 64 support ready for Xojo 2022r4, released earlier today, we also updated Xojo’s Linux support for Dark Mode. Color.IsDarkMode now functions properly and our Linux IDE has now officially joined the dark side.
Xojo 2022r3 included the ability to easily add tables to PDF documents created with Xojo. Now, starting with Xojo 2022r4, this feature has been improved so you can to merge the cells in table’s row! Additionally, you can now set a page’s upper and lower margins and get informed when the table has finished drawing itself. Continue reading to learn how to do all these things!
In Xojo 2022r4, we have updated our SQLite library to SQLite v3.39.4. I thought I’d highlight a few notable upgrades including: STRICT tables
RIGHT and FULL OUTER JOIN
Built-in JSON support
Starting with Xojo 2022r4 we’ve helped you clarify the minimum operating system needed for your compiled desktop apps to run on. You will be able to set the macOS minimum version required to run your compiled apps. Plus updated “Runs On” build settings for Windows 10/11 and Windows 7/8 compatibility. Continue reading to learn how!
Does anyone else feel like 2022 is the first year in many years where we have gotten back together, in-person, for big events, small get-togethers, travel and even the daily office grind? Whether that is the right thing to have done or not, it seems that is what many of us did in 2022. Though we all tried new things to stay connected over the past few years (Zoom-fatigue anyone?), there’s nothing like seeing an old friend after years apart.
We’re happy to add Sydney, Australia to the worldwide locations of Xojo Cloud servers. That makes nine cities that you can host your Xojo Cloud web apps in. Offering worldwide coverage for Xojo Cloud makes it easier to get your Xojo web applications close to the users that are using them, improving the speed and overall experience for your users.
Like most file systems these days, Windows lets you have rather long filenames. But it was not always so! When Microsoft first bought what was…