Posts Tagged “user experience”
Enhance your FiC Application look and feel with a Web Designer!
Wanna provide your Web Application users a unique experience?
Adapting 'Surface Events'
We call Surface Events – or Client-side Events – events that trigger fast and only alter the aspect of the display and/or static contents, and thus don’t require an interaction with the data on the server.
FoxInCloud 2.26.2 is released!
FoxInCloud 2.26.2: even more hardened
What do you need a Web App for?
Web Applications have been a hot topic since 2005 (more than 10 years ago…), when
AJAXwas first coined in the post by Jesse James Garrett “Ajax: A New Approach to Web Applications”.
FoxInCloud adapts your Web App to any screen size.
Classic or Bootstrap, your FoxInCloud Web App. IS responsive
FoxInCloud 2.26.1 improves Web App availability and control
FoxInCloud 2.26.1 improves your Web App availability ratio
The VFP community worldwide, lessons learned from the FoxInCloud site
Here and there we hear that “the FoxPro community is dead”. Could sound like a legitimate assertion since Microsoft has stopped upgrading VFP 10 years ago, and stopped supporting it 3 years ago.
FoxInCloud gets Bootstrapped!
We are happy and excited to announce a major evolution for FoxInCloud in the coming months: the support of Bootstrap framework.
Adding a Google Map to a FoxInCloud Form
FoxInCloud supports Google Map in both desktop and Web mode, with a high level of progam and/or user interaction. This post shows how, with very simple code, your application can provide a great map user experience on any device: desktop, browser on desktop or hand-held device.
Altering User Interface Composition at Runtime
In FoxInCloud desktop and web applications, developer can easily adapt the visual display to the context at runtime by either hiding/showing, enabling/disabling, or adding/removing objects.
FoxInCloud Server logs the Internet and Browser Response Times
We just added the Internet and Browser response times to the log and FoxInCloud Application Server status page (aka ‘dashboard’):