There is a new version of our single-click packager for AppGini projects. Download here and check it out. If you don’t already have a license, have a look at the product page here. There is a new Simulation mode which generates a list of packed files instead of creating a new package. So you can check what will be inside before.
Adding buttons and adding links to a table view has been described in the docs. By using the %ID% placeholer you can use the record’s primary key as parameter for links. For example for opening the record in detail view. In this article we are going to use the %ID% parameter for adding a sub-item (child record / detail record) to the row. The Online Clinical Management System (OCMS), which I’m using in many examples, contains patients and appointments. Appointments are stored in a table named events. And the column name_patient has been configured as lookup field refering patients table. …
There is a new, tiny, one-click tool for packaging and compressing required AppGini files. This windows application makes it simple to deploy a new version to your server. Paste your local web directory, enter a version tag and click “Pack”. That’s it. More info here Available from today on
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