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WWDC 2024 for Xojo Users

Last week, Xojo MVP Gavin Smith attended the WWDC 2024 event in Cupertino. He found the event uplifting and exciting, and I was able to talk with many people and share perspectives with them. Learn More.

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Advanced File Processing Techniques: Using Chunks for Handling Large Files

A recent blog post, A Beginner’s Guide to Handling Text Files in Xojo, covered the basics of text file handling in Xojo. This post delves into advanced techniques for reading and writing large files in chunks. This method is crucial for managing large datasets efficiently, minimizing memory usage, and maintaining application performance.

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Docker, Database Servers and Xojo

There are many ways to develop with Xojo and use Database Servers. You might be working on a multi user Desktop Application that stores data in a Database. Or you’re creating a multi user Xojo Web Application that needed to be scaled up to a couple of running instances – and use a Database for data storage. Or maybe you’ve written a mobile application that connects to a Backend REST API – again possibly written in Xojo (e.g. with the open source Express, or with Xojo Web).

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Android Design Extensions 2.5 for Xojo 2024r1 +

The first Xojo version in 2024 is ready and so it’s time again for an update of the Android Design Extensions, which are now available in version 2.5. This version runs for all Xojo versions from 2024r1 upwards and offers over 70 new declares. The focus of this release was on the integration of pictures in controls, such as MobileButton, MobileDateTimePicker, MobileTextFields, MobileSlider etc.

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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 s a follow-up to last week’s “Web” webinar. A recording of last week’s webinar is now available here.

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

Last week I was thrilled to present Xojo’s “Using Xojo to Develop NetSuite Android Apps” webinar. This blog post is intended as a follow-up to that webinar. I hope to provide some additional information that we didn’t have time to cover, answer some of the questions that came up during and after the webinar, and also provide a link to the Xojo project that we created during the webinar.

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