Desktop Application Videos Released for Alpha Five Version 10
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Web Application Videos Released for Alpha Five Version 10
/pages/ReleaseNotes/Alpha Five Version 10 Videos.html
Building Master Detail Applications with Alpha Anywhere
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Alpha Anywhere's built-in data integration makes creating Master Detail applications built on relational data very easy. Depending on the type of application you plan to build - mobile or web - several approaches are available to you for creating a Master Detail application. Master Detail applications can be built using Grid Components, UX Components, or a combination of both.

Videos Released for Alpha Five Version 11
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Server Programming Changes in Alpha Five Version 11
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A list of server programming functions, including descriptions of functions and methods that have been removed or deprecated in Alpha Five Version 11.
About Activating Alpha Five
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Answers some questions about activating Alpha Five, such as "What is activation?" and "What is an activation Key?".
Moving an Access Application to the Web with Alpha Five
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In this white paper, you will learn how to move a Microsoft Access desktop application to the Web with Alpha Five. You'll see how easy it can be, and when you're done you'll understand the process well enough to undertake it yourself.
Alpha Five V11 Help Pages
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Improvements from Alpha Five V11.
Working with Version Control
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It easy to integrate your Alpha Anywhere coding with external version control systems. Most version control systems depend on storing the small differences between successive versions of text files for efficient storage. Most Alpha Anywhere artifacts are normally stored in a binary database or a binary file for efficient loading and saving. This has historically presented an "impedance mismatch" between Alpha Anywhere code and version control systems. To address this, we have introduced the option to keep a project's code in an external file system.
Alpha Five V9
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Improvements from Alpha Five V9.