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Getting Started with Dynamic Web Objects in DataFlex

Strengthen application security, enhance users’ experience easily & automatically  With the introduction of Dynamic Web Objects to DataFlex, developers are easily able to apply the power of dynamic objects to their web applications.  Examples of when to use Dynamic Web Objects include creating: unique application user...

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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...

October 7,2016
By Bob Cergol

This blog is for any developer who is now, or has ever been, faced with developing an application based on an established database for which little or no documentation exists. Maybe you’ve been challenged to “modernize”...

September 28,2016
By Dennis Piccioni

A few years ago, I wrote a series of blogs about version control. The reasons for using version control are all still relevant; I wouldn’t develop without it. At the time I wrote those posts, distributed version control...

September 21,2016
By Brienne Casanave

During a live webinar on September 15, 2016 Stephen W. Meeley, VP of Development, and John Tuohy, CTO, introduced the latest evolution of Data Access Worldwide’s premier application development platform, DataFlex 2017/19.0....

September 12,2016
By Marcia Booth

Microsoft SQL Server includes a few date and time data types that can be used in SQL tables. The choice of which data type to use depends on the data developers need to store and retrieve from those columns. Before...