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July 5,2019

The Data Access football pool is open - play now! 2019 FIFA Women’s World Cup is Sunday, July 7 - USA vs the Dutch Sunday, the USA team plays Europe (represented by the Dutch Team) in the FIFA Women’s World...

July 4,2019

New in DataFlex 19.1 are deep links and history management support. Basically it’s the long way of saying that the back button works! This comes together with improvements in the navigation system for drill-down applications....

June 27,2019

RESTful APIs are a hot topic these days - applications and their developers benefit from them - Mike Peat explains why. It has been possible to create REST APIs in earlier versions of DataFlex, but the new cWebHttpHandler...

June 20,2019

In this presentation Vincent shows all of the changes made in recent versions of DataFlex Reports including the new version 7. The new cross tabs, edit in preview and the use of a specific locale and more are features that...

June 13,2019

Adding security and scalability to your web application deployments using the DataFlex Security, Performance, Load-Balancing and Fail-over (SPLF) server is easier than ever. In this presentation Stephen shows how the new...

June 7,2019

The latest Graphics Library in DataFlex can display images of all kinds from a variety of graphical file formats. It was first introduced with DataFlex 14. In this video we introduce a new update that’s available now...

May 29,2019

What kind of changes are going to be needed to get your applications ready for 64-bit and Unicode? Are your applications using the latest techniques and coding standards? What will be your strategy for moving your applications...

May 17,2019

The DataFlex Reports visual report designer and its wizards are getting better and better. In this presentation Marco Kuipers (28 IT) shares how to use this tool effectively in order to create affordable and great looking...

May 9,2019

HyperText Transfer Protocol (HTTP) is essentially the basics of the web. Everything you do in your browser uses HTTP (for example, websites, Web Applications, and SOAP Web Services). With the New HTTP Handler, HTTP requests...

April 30,2019

In a November, 2017 blog, we announced the “64-bit Unicode DataFlex” project. We’ve named that project "NextGen" and work on it has been actively proceeding in parallel with the development and delivery...