Getting Started with Alpha Anywhere
How to Store Data in Local Storage Using Client-side Data Cache
/pages/HowTo/UX/Client Side Data Cache Local Storage.xml
Learn how to use the Client-side Data Cache to download and store data in Local Storage in PhoneGap applications.
/pages/Guides/Mobile and Web Components/UX/Controls/Props/Data/List Properties/listprops/Detail View/Client-side Events/afterDeleteOrphanMediaFiles.xml
Fires after orphaned media files have been deleted.
Create a static HTML page with an Application Cache
/pages/Guides/Mobile and Web Components/UX/Properties/Application Cache/Create static HTML page.xml
Specify if a static HTML page should be created for the UX Component. The page will define an application cache so that it can be loaded (after its initial load) even if there is no connection to the server.
DataSeries Actions... (multiple actions)
/pages/Ref/Action Javascript/DataSeries Actions multiple actions.xml
Perform actions on a DataSeries, including refreshing a data series or reading a data series.
Javascript - cacheError
/pages/Guides/Mobile and Web Components/UX/Properties/Application Cache/Javascript - cacheError.xml
Fires if there was an error loading the Application Cache. If an error occurs, the UX Component will not be rendered.
Client-side Data Cache Editor
/pages/Guides/Mobile and Web Components/UX/Controls/Menu/Client-side Data Cache Editor/index.xml
Download and store data - files, images, data from a SQL database, etc - locally on the client using the Client-side Data Cache. Data stored on the client can be referenced locally using JavaScript and is available offline in mobile applications.
PhoneGap - File Download
/pages/Ref/Action Javascript/PhoneGap - File Download.xml
Download one or more files and store the files in the filesystem on the mobile device. Uses the PhoneGap FileTransfer feature.
Disconnected Data Entry - Preventing Duplicate Records when Connectivity is Lost
/pages/Guides/Mobile and Web Components/UX/Controls/Data Controls/List/Disconnected Data Entry - Preventing Duplicate Records when Connectivity is Lost.xml
When you are working with disconnected data in a List control there is a small possibility of a synchronization request being submitted to the server more than once - resulting in the possibility of duplicate records in the database.
/pages/Guides/Mobile and Web Components/UX/Intro/UX Templates/MobileAppFramework_Sample_Disconnected_App.xml
Demonstrates a simple mobile app that supports 'disconnected' mode.