Category Archives: Xojo

Tips for starting your own Xojo Users Group

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I’m a long-time believer in users groups. I gain so much knowledge, not only learning Xojo, but learning other related technologies as well such as communications, database issues, security, etc. Here’s some tips, not in any particular order: Try to find Free meeting space. Yes, this is a tough requirement…. Read more »

FoxCon 2015: My presentation on “Xojo for the Desktop and Web”

I had a great time at the FoxCon in Toledo. FoxCon is a long running invitation-only conference that historically came from the Visual Foxpro programming world. The conference has, pleasantly, transformed itself more into a technical business conference. Yes, there were sessions on programming and databases, but there were great… Read more »

Comparing Ping Times: Vultr vs DigitalOcean

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I’ve been testing deployment of a Xojo Web Application to two inexpensive (I won’t use the word ‘cheap’ because that might give the wrong impression. They both work very well.) hosted server options: Vultr.com and DigitalOcean.com. I’ve been using DigitalOcean for a while to run some tests but I was… Read more »

3 Paradyms for Data Access in Xojo – Article

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I’m proud to announce that our article on “3 Paradyms for Data Access in Xojo” has been published in xDev Magazine for the Jan/Feb 2015 issue! It was great working with Scott Boss of Nocturnal Coding Monkeys on the article. I can’t post the content here, but you can pick… Read more »