Powerful development. Xojo is an intuitive integrated development environment. It has a drag and drop user interface builder and the powerful, object-oriented Xojo programming language.
$30.00 $24.00: remove: AXControlGrid. AXControlGrid is a complete and powerful Xojo desktop UI component for macOS and Windows that it makes possible to put Canvas-based controls in a Page or a series of Pages of a given size and, optionally, their associated captions. Xojo row action buttons can only contain text (not icons) and are added using the iOSMobileTableRowAction class in conjunction with the iOSMobileTable.ApplyActionsForRow event. When the user selects one of the buttons, then the iOSMobileTable.RowActionSelected event is called. If anyone has IAP working on Xojo iOS i’d be pleased to hear how you did it. RyanHartz (Ryan Hartz) October 3, 2020, 3:10am #6. DerkJ: The StoreKit cause a. Feedback (2018r1.1) Feedback is the feedback system for Xojo. Use this to report issues and make feature requests to improve the Xojo programming language and IDE, along with the documentation, website and Xojo Cloud.
Seriously native. Xojo apps look native because they are. Using the many built in controls you can build your user interface. Plus, you can access almost any iOS feature you need using declares. Xojo also has iOS-specific features, like device rotation, easy access to the camera, sharing panel support, and more.
Xojo will save you time. Xojo can be used to develop apps for iPhone and iPad, macOS, Windows, Linux, the web and Raspberry Pi. You also don’t have to learn the specific OS programming APIs. Xojo abstracts you from complex OS details allowing you to easily create apps for multiple OS’s without extra work.
Great for novices and experts. We're here to help! Xojo includes extensive documentation, videos and example projects to get you going. Plus, Xojo is free for development and learning, so work through the Tutorials and get ready to become a mobile application developer in just a few hours.
*Due to Apple requirements, a Mac is required to create and build iOS apps with Xojo.
Your Gravatar is an image and public profile that follows you from site to site, appearing beside your name when you do things like comment or post. Gravatars help identify your posts on blogs and web forums, so why not a web application?
It turns out that adding Gravatars to your application is very simple using the Gravatar API.*
Xojo Ios Simulator
Build a Reusable Gravatar Connection
First, create a new project in Xojo. You can choose any type of project and there are examples available on my GitHub for Desktop, Web and iOS projects.
Click on the Insert button and select Class to add a new class to your project. Call the class “GravatarConnection” and make its super URLConnection.
Next, add a private function to generate the hash required to lookup a Gravatar:
As you can see, this function takes the email address, creates an MD5 checksum, encodes that checksum as hex converting it to a lower case string and returning it to the calling method.
Now add a method to get the Profile Data:
Again, this method takes the email address and requests the profile in JSON format from www.gravatar.com.
Next we’ll add three event definitions:
These events will be raised based on the result of our request.
Now we need to handle the ContentReceived Event with:
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Here we either raise the NotFound event or either the Gravatar or Found events, depending on the URL.
This class is freely available at https://github.com/axisdirectnz/Gravatar and there are example projects for Desktop, Web & iOS that show how to use the class.
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*UPDATE 3/22/21 – Per community feedback, this post has been updated.
Thanks Jeannot and Thom! I would recommend anyone who has downloaded from Git before March 22, 2021, to do so again.
Wayne Golding has been a Xojo developer since 2005 and is a Xojo MVP. He operates the IT Company Axis Direct Ltd which primarily develops applications using Xojo that integrate with Xero www.xero.com. Wayne’s hobby is robotics where he uses Xojo to build applications for his Raspberry Pi, often implementing IoT for remote control.