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Singletons and the Web

The singleton design pattern has its place in the desktop environment where there will be only one user running the application, and when that user quits the app the singleton is destroyed. This doesn’t fit the requirements of a multi-user environment such as the web where many users will be accessing the application at once. I recently came across this issue when porting a desktop app to the web which required me to design a singleton class that is session sensitive. Here’s a walk through of how I achieved my goal. Please note that scopes are particularly important when creating this class.

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Xojo License FAQ

Xojo is an easy-to-use Integrated Development Environment (IDE) and programming language that allows you to create and deploy all kinds of native apps and solutions on Desktop (Windows, macOS, Linux), Web, iOS and Raspberry Pi with Android on the horizon.

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