Half a year has passed since the introduction of Android as a new target in Xojo 2023r2, and hundreds of framework and compiler bugs have been fixed and new features introduced. This is also the case in the latest Xojo release 2023r4. So it’s time to take the Android Design Extensions to a new level and release version 2.0. This version works with Xojo 2023r3 and late releases.
The last big Xojo release in 2023 comes with a lot of performance improvements everywhere. The Xojo IDE itself is faster, which gives you Time to Reflect on Stack Optimization. In this post, I want to detail those improvements in Xojo 2023r4 that target Xojo Web including faster HandleURL responses, faster transfer rates in Windows and Linux, static assets cache control, Events improvements and a new experimental option.
At times, we encounter minor yet impactful changes stemming from seemingly uncomplicated issues. In specific instances, addressing these modest complexities may necessitate minimal adjustments, yet yield substantial outcomes.
In 2023r4, we have optimized our stack overflow checks to reduce the unnecessary effort expended on this task. This optimization will be especially valued by macOS users, as our stack overflow checks consumed the most time on that platform.
One of the new features available to Android in Xojo 2023 Release 4 is the Barcode class. With this class you can scan barcodes, such as QR codes, to get their content.
One of the best resources for Xojo users is the more than 140 example projects available within the Xojo IDE. Find them in Xojo by choosing File > New Project and then clicking on Examples in the New Project window. Starting with Xojo 2023 Release 4, it will be even easier to find that specific example you need with new descriptions and filtering options.
Starting with Xojo 2023 Release 4 Xojo improved areas of the MobileMapViewer and MobileLocation classes on iOS. This release includes a new way to add…