Not too long ago, I was discussing the “movable columns” feature of Profound UI’s Subfile Grid widget with a customer. They liked this feature, but wondered how they could show totals under their subfile and have them move along with the column automatically.
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.
Today's businesses operate in a global market, with customers and employees located in many countries around the world. To better support the needs of these businesses, we've released Profound UI 4.7.
If you have ever created a subfile program with Profound UI, you're probably already aware of the many cool features provided by the grid widget.
I was given the interesting assignment of changing Profound UI so that any runtime messages would be available in any language chosen by the customer. I can definitely see why. Prior to this project, most of the messages that the product provided were in English, which is clearly not suitable for non-English speakers.
In version 4.6 of Profound UI we introduce our new mobile client that makes it dead simple to create powerful mobile apps. This feature is designed to make it easy for RPG programmers to write ILE RPG programs that run on IBM i, but send their screen output so that they look and feel like native mobile apps running on an Apple iOS or Android device.
Profound UI version 4.6.0 is scheduled for release in early June. With this update comes a set of new features that will help you take your mobile application development to the next level. This article gives a breakdown of the upcoming goodies. Subsequent articles will show how each of them can be used to give your mobile applications that extra bit of functionality and polish.
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.
Topics: New Features