This guide is going to walk you through the steps to set up in-app purchases in your iOS apps. It may be best to get…
Posts about the Xojo Community, events and activities.
The coming holiday season means 2019 is nearly at an end. Looking at the numbers, it’s been a great year for Xojo. We gained more new Xojo users this year than last year. More people are using Xojo Cloud than ever before. In fact, in terms of our overall revenue, 2019 is the best year we have had in over 5 years.
As if software development isn’t hard enough, the approach you or your team adopts can make a dramatic difference in project success. Using a traditional project management approach may not lend itself to “learn, discover, and adapt” inherent with software development. Although most Xojo developers are aware of Scrum and other popular agile methodologies, it may be unnecessary to use. Being a Xojo developer and a Certified ScrumManager, my goal is to demystify how agility, specifically Scrum, helps improve product quality, prioritize functionality, and provides an intuitive framework to complete work.
It was urgent to migrate Packr API and database from an aging 32-bit CentOS 6.9 server running on Atom N2800 with 2GB of RAM and 500GB HDD to some optimized modern equipment. And imperative to do it in as little time as 2 minutes.
You might be assuming you absolutely must upgrade to API 2.0 right now, but that’s not the case. We have designed it so that you have tremendous flexibility in terms of what and when and even if you move to API 2.0.
In Xojo Release 2019R2 a new DateTime class was introduced. This is a Time zone aware Date Class and is immutable which is great compared to the deprecated Date class.
Join Paul as he talks with Anthony Cyphers of GraffitiSuite, which won the 2019 Xojo Design Award for Best Developer Tool. Download mp3 Topics GraffitiSuite…
How to save pictures in a database is without doubt one of the more frequent questions I’m asked about. I hear this from Xojo newcomers,…
In this final part in his 4 part series on Animating Xojo, Anthony Cyphers covers easing, which can make the most drab User Interface interactions beautiful.