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Android Design Extensions 2.0 for Xojo 2023r3 and Later

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.

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Simplicity and Security, Xojo Cloud is Ideal Hosting for Xojo Web Apps

Xojo Cloud is the premier hosting solution for developers looking for a reliable, secure and high-performance hosting environment for Xojo web applications. Xojo Cloud is developed specifically for Xojo web applications and offers a range of benefits for you and your applications that make it worth the investment.

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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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Get Set

If you need to work with sets, you may find Xojo’s new Set class useful.

A set is a group of items, not unlike a Dictionary. You can add or remove items from the set, as you might expect, but some of its more unique capabilities let you do a difference, intersection and union of two sets.

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Develop Database Apps with Xojo

After you have designed your interface and begun coding, your next step may be to connect to a database. This blog post tells you the databases supported by Xojo, shows you where to find code samples and examples, plus tutorials and videos that walk you through connecting, updating, querying and managing a database, plus, an introduction to Xojo’s new DBKit. Get the resources and knowledge you need to get your first database project off the ground today.

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Over 20 years of native, cross-platform app development and still going strong

The recent news about Microsoft discontinuing Visual Studio’s support for Mac has got us talking about longevity in the field of software development. We all know technology changes rapidly and you, and the tools you use, can’t afford to stand still. Here’s an infographic that illustrates how Xojo’s been continually updating and modernizing since 1996 while other development tools come and go.

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