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Create Horizontal Scrolling Grids Using Simple Layouts

Posted by Alex Roytman on Nov 22, 2013 2:29:36 AM

Layouts and Grids are some of the most flexible widgets in Profound UI. In this blog post, I will show you how the two widgets can work together to present many columns of information to the user, and to allow the user to scroll through these columns horizontally.

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Topics: RPG Development, Development, New Features

Copying Widgets and Formats Across Browser Windows in Profound UI 4.5

Posted by Alex Roytman on Apr 22, 2013 4:04:02 AM

When working with browser applications, I typically have multiple browser windows or tabs open. This is especially true when I work with the Profound UI development environment. For example, it’s not uncommon for me to have several Rich Display Files open in the Visual Designer, Genie sessions, and Preview browser tabs running all at the same time.

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Topics: New Features

Integrating Profound UI with other JavaScript Frameworks

Posted by Alex Roytman on Jan 14, 2013 9:44:55 PM

Profound UI is a comprehensive Web 2.0 user interface framework. It has features similar to other popular JavaScript frameworks you may have heard about, such as jQuery, ExtJS, or Dojo. However, unlike most other JavaScript frameworks, Profound UI is designed to be driven by a server-side language, such as RPG, rather than client-side JavaScript. This way, RPG developers can be productive right away in creating functional Web 2.0 applications. They can do most tasks using just RPG code, while HTML, JavaScript, and CSS would only be required for advanced functionality.

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Topics: Development

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