Xojo 2014 Release 1 includes several IDE improvements to general performance, the Inspector, tabs and auto-complete.
sort code tips and tricks
One frequent request we get is to make it so users can run an application in any language that an app is built for and NOT the one the OS would use (for OS X see this blog post, Windows and Linux aren’t quite so dynamic).
But sometimes we get requests to be able to create an application that can run in a language that is NOT the same one used by the OS.
In Xojo, extension methods are methods that, while not part of the original definition of a type, are treated as though they are part of that data type.
Xojo 2013 Release 4.1 added a variety of RSA encryption functions for handling public/private key encryption. Here’s how you use them.
Did you know that you can use the IDE Scripting feature of Xojo to automate many tasks?
Build Automation is a feature of Xojo that allows you to automatically run “steps” before and after you build your project. Are you taking advantage of this useful feature?
As I mentioned in a previous post, beginning with Xojo 2013r4 we will no longer be localizing the IDE into any European languages. Some of our German users on OS X were surprised this morning when they launched today’s release (2013r4) expecting to get the English version of the IDE only to discover it in Japanese instead. Is this a bug?
When creating multi-platform apps, you are often going to be working with a variety of operating systems. Take advantage of Remote Debugging and make your life a lot easier!