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Webinar Follow-Up: Using Xojo to Develop NetSuite Web Apps

Last week, I presented the third in a series of Xojo / NetSuite webinars. The latest webinar was “Using Xojo to Develop NetSuite Web Apps” webinar, and it follows “Using Xojo to Develop NetSuite iOS Apps” (from January) and “Using Xojo to Develop NetSuite Android Apps” (from last December). This blog post is a follow-up to last week’s “Web” webinar – “Using Xojo to Develop NetSuite Web Apps” – a recording of that webinar is available here.

Downloading the Xojo Project

The Xojo project that we developed during the webinar is available for download here:

In the zip file, you’ll find the project and a “Readme” file that includes instructions on how to set things up (including SuiteTalk REST, a custom NetSuite role, an integration record, etc).

I suggest downloading the project, setting up NetSuite, and running the project. Then look at how the project was built during the webinar – the objects, methods, and constants that I added, and so on. After you’re familiar with the project file, experiment with it. Maybe try modifying the project so that instead of providing access to Order Status information, it provides access to Item information instead (quantity available, pricing, etc).

If you run into any problems, or have questions, please feel free to email me ( Another resource for more general Xojo questions is the Xojo Programming Forum.

I want to thank everyone that attended the webinar, as well as Geoff and the Xojo team for the opportunity to present. I hope that the webinars have increased your awareness of and interest in Xojo, and especially in using Xojo to develop apps that integrate with NetSuite.

Tim Dietrich develops custom software for businesses that are running on NetSuite. He makes extensive use of Xojo to develop mobile, desktop, Web apps, and more – all of which integrate seamlessly with NetSuite. To learn more, visit: