BLOGS

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XML & Hierarchical Lists

This example shows you how to import and export data in XML format.

 

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User Forms

This example demonstrates a new way to edit a form in the custom environment.

 

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4D Contacts List Box

This example shows you how to use the new "List Box" object with and without programming.


The "List Box" object replaces grouped arrays on your forms.

 

Hierarchical Lists

This example demonstrates how to use a hierarchical list.


It includes the ability to change the color of various elements, making multiple selections, and three new events: "On Expand," "On Collapse," and "On Selection Change."

 

Hierarchical Lists

This example demonstrates how to use a hierarchical list.


It includes the ability to change the color of various elements, making multiple selections, and three new events: "On Expand," "On Collapse," and "On Selection Change."

 

Included Lists

This example demonstrates the new possibilities offered by Included Lists.

 

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4D Objects

This example demonstrates almost all of 4D's interface objects (variables, buttons, hierarchical lists, fields, checkboxes, etc).

 

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iCal and Address Book

Demonstrates integration between 4D, iCal and Address Book.


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FTP Client

This example application is a working FTP Client that can be used to connect to any FTP Server.


The FTP connection between 4D and an FTP Server is done through the FTP commands that are provided through the 4D Internet Commands.

 

BLOBit

BLOBit allows a user to import any file, application or folder into a 4D database for archiving.


Files can then be extracted either individually or in groups. All Mac OS and Windows file types are supported.  On Mac OS, a thumbnail is automatically extracted from any picture files which contain one.

 

This database allows you to import a file, application, or the contents of a folder into 4D and storing the data in fields.

 

Depending on the platform the creator code, type, size etc. are stored as well. On Mac OS a thumbnail will be extracted and displayed (if present) for most picture format files.