For many years we have conducted an annual user survey to get feedback on many things – from features you would like to see on the Roadmap, to whether or not you contact Xojo’s support team, to overall satisfaction and more. All of the feedback is important and used to create internal action items.
As part of XDC Anywhere, the Xojo Engineering team takes your questions.
We are always looking for ways to help you be more successful using Xojo and the documentation is a critical component to your success. With that in mind, we have been working on updating Xojo’s documentation for a while now. This Xojo Documentation uses a completely new engine, offers improved searching and more to help you, and us, use it more effectively.
The Xojo Doc site has several thousand pages of information. To make it easier to quickly find things in the online docs, topics are categorized. You can find categories that a topic belongs to at the bottom of its page.
Xojo 2018 Release 2 brings several improvements to iOS features such as iOSTable, iOSView and more.
These days everyone has a great idea for an app. Maybe you have an idea that would save you time at work, or maybe you’ve been thinking of an app that would automate something you do at home. Not sure where to start? One of your first steps is choosing a development tool that is right for you and for your project.
Here are five questions to guide your decision:
The new local Language Reference viewer in Xojo 2016r1 supports some useful tricks in its filter field.
This new local Language Reference is enabled by default in new installations. You can also manually enable it in Preferences by choosing “Use built-in documentation” in the General tab.