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Getting Used to Living at Home

Posted by Scott Klement on Mar 26, 2013 11:01:44 PM

On February 19th, 2013 I was discharged from Froedtert Hospital’s Spinal Cord Injury Center (SCIC) rehab unit. I decided to stay until evening on the 19th, because this gave me the chance to do all of my therapy sessions one last time. I even had a surprise – the wheelchair guy showed up with my permanent wheelchair! I would not have to go home with a loaner.

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Topics: Scott Klement Health

Enhancements for Database-driven Components

Posted by DRusso on Mar 26, 2013 1:36:32 AM

In recent releases, Profound UI has been updated to increase the security of database-driven widgets, such as drop downs, grids, charts, and combo boxes. Along with hardened security, the updates also simplify the process of configuring these components to select or omit certain records through the introduction of SQL parameter markers.

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Topics: RPG Development, Development, New Features

Creating Click to Call for Mobile Browsers and Applications

Posted by Antonio Ruballos on Mar 13, 2013 9:24:44 AM

IBM i applications running natively on a mobile device such as iPhone and Android, or through a mobile device’s browser, have the ability to interact with a phone’s native capabilities. One example of this is 'Click to Call' links. With a simple touch, your mobile device will bring up your IBM i mobile application with the number you touched ready to dial. Profound UI now offers the ability to add these types of links in your applications.

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Topics: Mobile Development, New Features

New Layout Widget for Mobile Development

Posted by Rob Ferguson on Mar 10, 2013 5:05:31 AM

Profound UI is a great tool for creating a web interface for RPG programs. The biggest use so far has been to create or convert web interfaces for standard desktop PCs, but there is a great deal of interest in developing interfaces specifically for mobile devices.

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Topics: Mobile Development, New Features

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