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Tag: Multi-Platform Development

Popovers for Xojo Desktop, Web and iOS

Starting with Xojo 2024r1 there’s a new Window type in Xojo’s UI/UX bag: Popovers. Popovers are kind of a Modal window with a more transient behavior and associated with a Parent control. A Popover will display the chosen content or layout, the same as when you design the user interface of a window or a Container control that will be included as part of another more complex design or displayed at runtime.

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Tutorial: Design a Control to Dynamically Preview Images and PDF Files

In this tutorial learn to design a cross-platform control that dynamically previews images and PDF files. Files can dragged and dropped onto the control, opened from the standard file selection dialog, and, in the case of images, added using Copy and Paste. The file path will be displayed below the addendum file.

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Get Started with Xojo Lite for Only $99

Xojo Lite is designed to introduce new users to developing and building apps with Xojo. Usually $149, Xojo Lite is only $99 for a limited time.* A great way to build your first apps, Xojo Lite lets you build unlimited apps for a single platform for only $99. Build your apps for any single desktop platform, using the current Xojo release and all releases for the next 12 months.

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Xojo for Students

Xojo is a programming language and development environment for creating cross-platform applications for macOS, Windows and Linux from whatever computer you use – Mac, Windows or Linux. You can also create web, iOS, Android and Raspberry Pi apps with Xojo. To empower students, Xojo has partnered with GitHub to offer Xojo Pro to all students in the GitHub Student Developer Pack. In addition to Xojo, the Pack includes tons of free tools to help students expand their technical knowledge and learn new skills.

Students looking to begin their journey into programming choose Xojo for its ease of use and dedication to cross-platform development. Plus, Xojo is true rapid app development and is ideal for building prototypes and mockups really fast. All of these features benefit from Xojo’s OOP-focus. Xojo also has an active and helpful community and years worth of free, on-line resources.

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Webinar Follow-Up: Using Xojo to Develop NetSuite Android Apps

Last week I was thrilled to present Xojo’s “Using Xojo to Develop NetSuite Android Apps” webinar. This blog post is intended as a follow-up to that webinar. I hope to provide some additional information that we didn’t have time to cover, answer some of the questions that came up during and after the webinar, and also provide a link to the Xojo project that we created during the webinar.

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Android Improvements in Xojo 2023r3

Android remains in Beta, but there have been many fixes and improvements in Xojo 2023r3 and I’d like to highlight a few including: more support for dark mode, additions to MobileTextField, a Destination property, a HasBackButton property, MobilePopupMenu, enhancements to MobileHTMLViewer, support for running JavaScript, the new Kotlin Declare and more detailed in this post.

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