This week, a major vulnerability, referred to as “Heartbleed” was discovered in OpenSSL. Bruce Schneier, who blogs about Internet security, called it, “catastrophic” and “on the scale of 1 to 10, this is an 11.” Heartbleed has left just about anyone with a server scrambling to find out if their version of OpenSSL is affected or not and then taking measures to update OpenSSL and make sure everything is working again.
Xojo Blog Posts
What happens in Vegas stays in Vegas, so this blog post will be short. Just kidding!
Does your company use Xojo? Do you wish it did? Maybe it’s time to go rogue!
SQLite has the ability to do full text searching and this feature is available with Xojo. Read on to learn how to best use it!
Xojo Cloud is now available with plans starting at just $49 per month for a fully managed and secure cloud server for running your Xojo web apps. What does this mean for your web apps?
In Xojo 2014 Release 1 there is now an If operator that can return a result.
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.