Monthly archive for December2013

Servoy Tutorial: Table Tree View

Servoy Tutorial: Table Tree View

This Servoy Tutorial is on how to build a table with expandable/collapsible¬†nodes, like a tree. True, you can probably find a CSS, JQuery or DHTML control that does it better, but this is done using the native Servoy table view. I first did this back…

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Servoy Tutorial: Optimized Table Shuffle

Servoy Tutorial: Optimized Table Shuffle

This Servoy Tutorial demonstrates how to shuffle rows in a table view, and looks at different approaches to determine the most efficient. Determining the most efficient approach for the shuffle, also reinforces some best practices for working with a foundset of records in Servoy. Table…

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Servoy Tutorial: Maintainable Code

Servoy Tutorial: Maintainable Code

This is a Servoy Tutorial on how to write maintainable code. Maintainable code means that it can be easily read, understood, extended, and maintained.¬†This Servoy tutorial builds upon what you learned in the two other tutorials at this site, Encapsulation and Event Driven Architecture. You…

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Servoy Tutorial: Event-Driven Architecture

Servoy Tutorial: Event-Driven Architecture

This Servoy Tutorial is a discussion on how to build an application using an event-driven architecture, employing a loosely coupled modular design. This Servoy tutorial is an extension of the prior tutorial on Encapsulation. You should read that tutorial first before attempting to understand why…

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Servoy Tutorial: Encapsulation

Servoy Tutorial: Encapsulation

This Servoy Tutorial is a discussion about encapsulation and best practices. We have been given new abilities in Servoy Developer to use encapsulation with forms, relations, and even value-lists, but do we know what we are supposed to do with this capability? For those of…

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