Some of you likely want to start using XAML but your desktop projects also run on macOS and perhaps Linux. If that’s the case, what…
For those developing on Windows, Xojo 2023r2 leverages the power of XAML to offer the ability to include WinUI controls alongside existing Win32 controls in Windows apps.
With the introduction of DesktopXAMLContainer you can slowly modernize your Windows apps or supplement your existing user interface with additional WinUI controls. In this tutorial I’ll demonstrate how you can do more with XAML.
Xojo has always looked for ways to create a healthy and happy work environment. Xojo has decided to close for the week of July 3rd. We will return on July 10th, refreshed and ready to get back to work on Xojo 2023r2 and all that come with it (Android!). We appreciate your understanding and look forward working on what’s coming in Xojo.
Xojo’s Code Editor now lets you move a line or a selection up or down or duplicate entire lines (or a selection). To swap lines, put the cursor on a line and press Option+Up Arrow (Mac) or Alt+Up Arrow (Win/Linux) to move the line up in the code. Press Down arrow to move down.
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…
The Bug Bash was good at bringing back to our attention some older bugs. One such issue was multi-monitor support with mixed scale factors on Windows. While supporting 2 monitors at different scale factors worked for the most part, anything beyond that was flawed.
In September we hosted The Xojo Developer Retreat in Nashville and it was a huge success! From exciting educational sessions, to an exploration of the Xojo product roadmap, to informative presentations from Xojo Engineers about how Xojo is made and the Xojo framework, there was a lot to take in! If you missed any of the announcements that were shared, you can watch Founder and CEO Geoff Perlman’s Conference Keynote free on YouTube. The rest of the session videos are available for purchase here.
Xojo MVP Anthony Cyphers has been using Xojo for nearly 20 years and is currently building a User Interface framework for a project he is working on. This project needs to have the ability to tweak colors as needed and have those changes applied across every element of that framework. Read on Anthony’s blog about the way he solved this problem.