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Microsoft DataFlex?

Data Access Corporation has multiple, registered U.S. trademarks for our "DATAFLEX” brand software based on the first use in commerce in 1981. Accordingly, we were totally surprised by Microsoft’s use of our trademark for their new platform to easily build and deploy apps that they call “Microsoft Dataflex”. Their announcement...

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January 30,2017
By Bob Cergol

When it comes to business intelligence, formatting is about more than just aesthetics. Color, font, size, positioning, rules, and other visual devices can all convey additional information beyond what is already represented...

December 19,2016
By Doug Goldner

One of the most important parts of any application is the output of various reports/documents - for example, invoices, customer statements, shipping manifests, etc. Many developers produce high quality output by using pre-printed...

November 7,2016
By Harm Wibier

In this third blog about Styling DataFlex Web Applications, I’ll discuss how styling and designing DataFlex Web Framework applications is different than doing the same for plain HTML & JavaScript applications....

October 24,2016
By Harm Wibier

One of the major advantages of using the DataFlex WebApp Framework is that it takes away the need to master all the techniques involved with the creation of web applications. In the case of styling, it does this by providing...

October 12,2016
By Harm Wibier

This is the first in a series of blogs about styling DataFlex web and mobile applications. Styling, as used here, refers to defining the visual appearance of controls used within Web Framework Applications. One of the...