Configuring the Development Environment
/documentation/pages/Server/Guide/Design/View/Configuring the Development Environment.xml
The first step in your preparation for developing web applications is to create one or more web project profiles. A web project profile defines where you will be publishing your files, both for testing and for deployment. You can have as many profiles as you need. By default you start with one profile named "Local Webroot". You need to create one more profile that defines the location of the publicly available website.
How to Determine the Version for the Alpha Anywhere Development Environment
/documentation/pages/HowTo/Deployment_Testing/Determine the version of Alpha Anywhere.xml

Version information for Alpha Anywhere can be found under the Help menu in the About Alpha Anywhere dialog.

Configuring the Alpha Anywhere Development Server
/documentation/pages/GettingStarted/GettingStartedTutorials/Basic Tutorials/DevelopmentServer/index.xml
A guide to configuring the Alpha Anywhere Development Server for testing your web and mobile applications.
Configuring and Running the Classic Application Server
/documentation/pages/Guides/Application Server/Server Settings/index.xml
Overview of configuring and running the Classic Application Server and Development Server. The Application Server settings control the server behavior, including configuring TLS/SSL, custom error pages, HTTP Publishing, and security.
How to Setup Production and Development Versions of Your Web Application with the Alpha Anywhere Application Server for IIS
/documentation/pages/HowTo/IIS/Publishing Test and Production Sites.xml

Learn how to publish separate production and test sites for your web application.

Overview - Client/Server Applications
/documentation/pages/Guides/Desktop/Design/Data/SQL/Overview of Client-Server Applications.xml
Alpha Anywhere's Enterprise software gives you the ability to read and write to back-end database products in a manner similar to the way you would read and write to an Alpha Anywhere table. The term "back-end database" refers to the following ODBC compatible database products which support the SQL query language.
Overview of Layout Tools
/documentation/pages/Guides/Desktop/Design/View/Layout/Overview of Layout Tools.xml
Layouts are the primary means by which data is entered, viewed, and printed in Alpha Anywhere. There are five different kinds of layouts: Forms, Browses, Reports, Letters, and Labels. Layouts let you display and edit data. Form Layout:
Overview of Stylesheets
/documentation/pages/Server/Guide/Design/View/CSS/Overview of Stylesheets.xml
Stylesheets provide enhanced customization options when designing layouts. A Style represents a named collection of object properties used in a layout. Any object (i.e. a button, field, embedded Browse) in a layout can have a style associated with it. For example, if you customized a button to make it green with a drop shadow, you could create a style based on that button which, when applied to other objects, would set the same properties for the other object. Results of applying one button's style to another are shown below:
Overview of Batch Operations
/documentation/pages/Guides/Desktop/Design/Data/Operation/Overview of Batch Operations.xml
While working with Alpha Anywhere, you can change data at any time by simply navigating to a record and typing in new values. This method is fine if you are just working with a few records, but editing can become enormously time-consuming if you are working with hundreds or thousands of records. To handle larger data manipulation tasks, you can use an Alpha Anywhere Operation. "Operation" is a general term for a process which changes data in existing tables, or even creates new tables as Part of the operation.
The Xbasic Programming Environment
/documentation/pages/Ref/Xbasic/Reference/The Xbasic Programming Environment.xml
Xbasic is Alpha Anywhere's programming language. You use Xbasic to create scripts. Scripts can be run in several different ways. A Global Script can be run from the Control Panel by simply double clicking on it, or clicking the "Run" button.