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David (In thread: New App Builder 2021.10)

Hello to all,

Here is a new DecSoft App Builder with the below changes, fixes and enhancements:

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David (In thread: New App Builder 2021.9)

Hello to all,

Here is a new DecSoft App Builder with the below changes, fixes and enhancements:

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David (In thread: New HTML Compiler 2021.14)

Hello to all,

Here is a new DecSoft HTML Compiler with the below changes, fixes and enhancements:

David (In thread: Reading and Processing XML Files)

Hello John,

Try to run the app and then press F12 in order to show the Developer Console: probably you can see it more information about the error. For example, if the XML is not well formed, the "fail" function is executed. So take a look at the Developer Console and see what can be happen exactly.

On the other hand, if you are responsible for the XML, maybe you can change it to a JSON file, because it's more easy to deal with a JSON file in Javascript, since the JSON source is a Javascript object variable ready to be used. If you need to use a XML, there is no problem: I suggest this because your file is a named "Config.xml"... so maybe you can prepare a JSON file for a configuration purpose.

You can take a look at the GetJson sample app to see how easy is to load an access to a JSON source / object.

David (In thread: Reading and Processing XML Files)

Hello John,

The sample app that you refers must be compiled with Apache Cordova in order to properly works. But we no need Cordova in order to read a file previlusly added into the app Files Manager. Supose we add a "source.xml" file in the "Others" tab of the app Files manager. Then we can use an HTTP control in order to read it, but, also a "simply" jQuery.get() like below:

So, suposing we have a feed XML inside "source.xml", we can use jQuery in order to parse that XML source:

David (In thread: Reading and Processing XML Files)

Hello John,

You can take a look at the FeedReader sample app. Can also take a look at the jQuery.parseXML() documentation. Note that we don't use this last one in the referred sample, we use other way, but, also using jQuery, which, as you know, it's available by default for our apps. Maybe this can be enough for your requirements.

Talking about the source of the XML, certainly, can be a file added by the "Others" tab in the Files manager, or may can proceed from internet, like you can see in the FeedReader sample app. In both cases you can use jQuery.get() or an HTTP client control in order to load the XML source.

David (In thread: New HTML Compiler 2021.13)

Hello to all,

Here is a new DecSoft HTML Compiler with the below changes, fixes and enhancements:

David (In thread: New App Builder 2021.8)

Hello to all,

Here is a new DecSoft App Builder with the below changes, fixes and enhancements:

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David (In thread: New HTML Compiler 2021.12)

Hello to all,

Here is a new DecSoft HTML Compiler with the below changes, fixes and enhancements:

David (In thread: New App Builder 2021.7)

Hello to all,

Here is a new DecSoft App Builder with the below changes, fixes and enhancements:

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David (In thread: New HTML Compiler 2021.11)

Hello to all,

Here is a new DecSoft HTML Compiler with the below changes, fixes and enhancements:

David (In thread: New App Builder 2021.6)

Hello to all,

Here is a new DecSoft App Builder with the below changes, fixes and enhancements:

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David (In thread: TypeAhead and SelectEx controls)

Hello Ryan,

Sorry the possible inconveniences. It's quite rare... that controls are included with some DecSoft plugins which are included out of the box with the installation of DecSoft App Builder. Can you see that plugins in the app's options -> App plugins? If not... please... try to uninstall the product and install it again. Then, please, post here if you continue having that problem or not.

David (In thread: Sidebar from right side)

Hello Mario,

Yes; I am understand your point. What do you think if the "swiperight" was also implemented like the "swipeleft"? That is, in both cases, hide the sidebar... maybe can be enough? I think that can be enough... since in both cases we hide the sidebar... but what do you think about, Mario?

David (In thread: Sidebar from right side)

Hello Mario,

Humm... If I am not wrong, we can continue hidding or showing the sidebar as we wanted... that is... certainly, may you must change the way in which you show or hide the sidebar... or may I am missing something?



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