We are going to need a few things before we get going, so take a moment to ensure you have everything before we start.
You will need :
Mendix Studio Pro 8 or above (I’m using 8.12 in this example).
The Eclipse IDE which you can download at www.Eclipse.org/downloads/.
A Service Account which is added to the Google Cloud Project, and has the role “Owner”.
You will need to ensure that billing is enabled and setup on Google Vision API, this won’t work with out it.
“In computer architecture, multithreading is the ability of a central processing unit (CPU) (or a single core in a multi-core processor) to provide multiple threads of execution concurrently, supported by the operating system.” — Wikipedia.
Simple right? Just kidding. If you’re anything like me, that might have left you reading it over a few times before it could sink in. To explain multithreading, I normally use the analogy of the human brain. You can only do one thing at a time right? But then, how is it that you can also talk and walk at the same time? Your brain…
Knowing where to start can be difficult for new users and the less experienced low coders out there. So, this blog is going to walk you through how to create and write Java actions as well as how to work with variables and objects inside them.
Before we get started, you will need to have a few things installed on your machine :
-Mendix Studio Pro 8 or above (I’m using 8,12 in this example)
-The Eclipse IDE which you can download at www.Eclipse.org/downloads/
In this how-to, I will be manually creating Mendix objects inside of a Java action…
Don’t be discouraged by how much there is to learn though, as this series is mostly aimed at beginners, for this piece I will be focusing on the basics of styling in responsive apps.
So strap in and let’s go on a journey of discovery and learn how to make beautiful, stylish apps.
Last time I checked, there was more than 10 results for email modules in the Market Place.
So why would I choose this route above the others? The answer is simple : it’s quick, it’s easy, it’s reliable, and it comes with a built in overview to easily configure and style emails. This module also removes the need for any complex string handling in order to build up your email. …
It’s always best to be prepared before you start, so double check these things before we begin:
First, you need to connect to the appropriate instance of the Microsoft SQL Server Database Engine. …
So, yes as you may have guessed by now there is no Mac version of Studio pro available, so for now, low coders will have to make peace with using virtual machines to run windows on their mac or Linux machines.
Theres a lot of options when it comes to running virtual machines, but because of it’s relative simplicity to setup I chose to use Parallels.
It’s available from the Mac App store or you can find it on their official site linked above. Once its downloaded Simply follow the prompts to complete its installation. …
I work for Brigham Young University and my current role is Senior Director of BYU Apps. BYU Apps is a division in the central Office of IT at the university and our charter is to build unique digital solutions for the campus, things that are core to the university’s mission and not able to be bought or configured. We have over 60 unique products we maintain, hundreds of independently deployable systems and around 60 full and part time IT professionals working on them.
In high school I did a lot of acting, singing and dancing. So much so that I…
Correctly implementing Best Practices is the easiest way to speed up both the performance of your app and the speed at which your team can develop. By adhering to them, it ensures you prevent easy to make coding errors, boosts your app’s performance, and aids navigation in both studio and studio pro.
If you would like just the facts then you can jump to the documentation here.
A good, well thought out Folder structure is the best way to ensure nothing in your app gets lost or forgotten about. …
When building anything to do with dates or times, its best to have an understanding of some basic functions to help you accomplish your task
Adding time to and subtracting time from an attribute or variable is a very handy function, or rather array of functions. Depending on how much you want to change the value you can add or remove :
It may seem confusing but in order to subtract time, you need to use the appropriate add function, but you need to provide it a negative value. …
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