Alpha Anywhere User Guide.
- Data Integration
Guides on using manipulating data in the server.
Connecting to and working with Databases (SQL, noSQL) and other data sources in Alpha Anywhere.
Genies available from the Xbasic Code Editor right click menu assist in writing code.
- Localization & Application Internationalization
Applications supporting multiple languages can be built in Alpha Anywhere.
- Mobile and Web Components
Components are the building blocks of Alpha Anywhere applications. A workspace can contain one or more components. Some types of components are better suited for mobile applications or web applications.
The integrated Cordova App Builder allows developers to easily build native, hybrid mobile applications from within Alpha Anywhere.
Report topics in Alpha Anywhere
- Security Framework
Alpha Anywhere includes a robust security framework for building secure applications.
Direct access to NoSQL databases.
- Web Socket Server
The Web Socket Server allows you to build 'connected' application (like a message board) where all of the clients are permanently connected to the Web Socket Server.
An Alpha Anywhere workspace contains all files for a desktop, mobile, or web application.
- Python Integration
Utilizing Python scripts in applications.
- .Net Integration
Guides and examples on using Microsoft .Net from Xbasic.
Guides for using Xbasic, Alpha Anywhere's server-side scripting language.
An Alpha Anywhere User Guide to building Desktop applications.
- Alpha Cloud
User Guides for Alpha Cloud
- Application Server for IIS
Alpha Anywhere Application Server for IIS
- Standard Application Server
The Alpha Anywhere Standard Application Server is used with web and mobile applications.
- Alpha Launch
Alpha Launch allows you to install mobile Alpha Anywhere apps to Apple and Android devices without the need to go through an App Store.
- Alpha Shell
Quickly test your components on a mobile device using Alpha Shell, a free app available in the iOS and Android app stores.
- Alpha TransForm
Create applications against the Alpha TransForm API using helper features and built-in Xbasic functions designed to make working with the Alpha TransForm API simple.