Basic Concepts and Terminology
/documentation/pages/Desktop/Reference/Design/View/Database/Basic Concepts and Terminology.xml
Information in an Alpha Anywhere desktop application is stored in one or more files called tables. Each table consists of a multiple records, where each record represents one person, inventory item, transaction, etc.
Xbasic Help Pages
/documentation/pages/Index/Xbasic Help Pages.xml
[The Xbasic Programming Environment]
Alpha Cloud Alpha Anywhere Developers Guide Concepts
/documentation/pages/Guides/Alpha Cloud/Alpha Anywhere Developers Guide/Concepts.html
Alpha Cloud Alpha Anywhere Developers Guide Concepts
/documentation/pages/Guides/Alpha Cloud/Alpha Anywhere Developers Guide/Migrating to Alpha Cloud.html
Getting Started with Alpha Anywhere - Basic Tutorials
/documentation/pages/GettingStarted/GettingStartedTutorials/Basic Tutorials/index.xml
These basic tutorials provide step-by-step instructions for creating some of the core elements required for any mobile or web application. This includes creating new workspaces and connection strings, configure the Development Server, and how to test your application using some of the tools available in Alpha Anywhere.
ViewBox as a Basic List Control
/documentation/pages/Guides/Mobile and Web Components/UX/Controls/Data Controls/ViewBox/ViewBox as a Basic List Control.xml
You can format a ViewBox to look and act like a List Control.
How to Create an .A5W Page that Requires Basic Authentication
/documentation/pages/HowTo/Security/Page with Basic Authentication.xml
Basic Authentication is a simple HTTP form of authentication which can be used to restrict access to your server or web service.
Alpha Anywhere Basics
/documentation/pages/Guides/Desktop/Design/Data/FieldRules/Alpha Five Basics.xml
Alpha Anywhere is a feature-filled database and application development tool for Windows that lets you track, report, and manage information. Alpha Anywhere is compatible with the versions of these operating systems that display 8 bit character sets. Alpha Anywhere is easy to learn because it is menu-driven. The menus are self-explanatory; novice and expert alike can quickly make use of Alpha Anywhere's many features.
Getting and Setting Styles and Class Names
/documentation/pages/Ref/Client_Api/Core Libraries/Style and Class Functions/index.xml
The JavaScript functions below provide an easy way to get and set the in-line style, can class of HTML elements. The passed in argument of "ELEMENT" can be a pointer to an HTML element, or the ID or NAME of an HTML element. The functions will automatically fetch the element if you pass in an ID or NAME.
Getting and Setting Values and Attributes
/documentation/pages/Ref/Client_Api/Core Libraries/Values and Attributes/index.xml
The following JavaScript functions can be used to get and set attributes and values of HTML elements. The ELEMENT argument that is passed in can in all cases be a pointer to an HTML element, or the ID or NAME of an HTML element.