A bigger community is always beneficial to its members. More Xojo users lead to more ideas, more discussions and more resources for everyone. At Xojo we aren’t just marketing a development tool, we are advertising our truly amazing community! However, marketing is inherently met with a degree of skepticism. You say it can hold 12 times its weight in liquid, but can it really?
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Memory (RAM) gets cheaper every year. As a result, new computing devices (mobile/server/desktop) come with more and more RAM, allowing applications to perform bigger and increasingly sophisticated tasks. My first desktop computer had 16K of RAM. The laptop on which I am writing this has 16GB of RAM. That’s 1 million times more RAM for less than half the price in today’s dollars. Wow.
There’s a sneaky little, well hidden fact about how differently typed fields act on iOS.
In Xojo 2012r2 we released the Web Control SDK, making it easy for anyone to create custom web controls for use with the web framework. Prior to that, some of you created web controls using a method that was not officially supported. The purpose of the Web Control SDK is to provide a way to create controls that is supported and will continue to be supported in the future.
Despite our best efforts here at Xojo, everyday can’t be #CodeDay! So we figure we better go all out for the first official, national Code Day! Saturday, May 24th, we want to help you join thousands of students in 24 cities across America celebrate technology, share ideas and build cool apps!
With the myriad of different Window Managers and themes on Linux, and personal preferences, you can be assured that your UI will look different from one Linux user to the next. The main challenge of being a native app is trying to normalize the UI experience across different platforms (yes, even different Linux distros).
Why doesn’t the WebGraphics class have a StringWidth method?