- How to trap mouse events in an xdialog
/pages/Guides/Desktop/Xdialog/How to trap mouse events in an xdialog.xml
This example demonstrates how to trap mouse events in an xdialog using a user defined xdialog control.
- How to Capture Media Files in an Offline Mobile Application
/pages/HowTo/PhoneGap/Capture Media Files.xml
Learn how to build an offline-capable PhoneGap application that can be used to capture images and audio in a disconnected environment.
/pages/Guides/Mobile and Web Components/UX/Controls/Props/mobileJS/index.xml
events are designed for use with mobile devices.
- How to use the Next and Previous Buttons to Navigate the Controls in the Active Panel in an iOS Application
/pages/HowTo/PhoneGap/Use Next and Previous Buttons to Navigate Controls in Active Panel.xml
The native iOS keyboard has a next and previous button that can be used to navigate input controls on the screen. These buttons can be used with Alpha Anywhere application to navigate controls in the active Panel, however a little work is required to make sure the next or previous buttons do not try to navigate to a control that is on a panel that is not visible.
- How to Create an ODBC trace file
/pages/Guides/Desktop/Design/Api/Create an ODBC Trace File.xml
The ODBC trace is available from the ODBC configuration dialog.
- How to debug an Alpha Anywhere installation
/pages/Troubleshooting/Debugging/Debug an Alpha Anywhere installation.xml
Four steps for debugging an Alpha Anywhere installation.
- How to Omit HTML for Parts of a Component Embedded in an .a5w page
/pages/HowTo/Web Applications/Removing Non-essential Code.xml
Individual portions of a component are emitted separately when embedded in an A5W page. You can omit portions of the component -- such as the Page Title for a UX Component or the Detail View for a Grid Component.
- How to Perform an Ajax Callback on an A5W Page
/pages/HowTo/Web Applications/How to Perform an Ajax Callback in Alpha Anywhere.xml
This document describes how you can do an Ajax callback from a hand-coded .a5w page in Alpha Anywhere.
This script demonstrates how you can use Xbasic to respond to events on an HTML page that is hosted in an Xdialog window. The techniques used here are useful if you want to design dialog boxes that take advantage of HTML's layout features, but still have the power of Xbasic to respond to events on the HTML page.
- How to Add Custom Swipe Events to Panels
/pages/HowTo/Panels/Custom Swipe Event.xml
Adding swipe gestures to mobile applications can create a better user interface experience for users.