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Is it possible to use Java script with Desktop A5V10

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  • kkfin
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    Re: Is it possible to use Java script with Desktop A5V10

    Basically if you can use HTML you should also be able to use JavaScript. I have not been able to use JavaScript with the static html-object control. Maybe it works but not succeed yet.

    But with supercontrol html-form it works. And how to use it?. You can use form with html-form (only control on the form) or mix it with other controls and javascript-code is usually embedded directly to this html-form.

    Html-form is not a standalone form as you should think from name it is just a section in an ordinary form.

    Here is a video showing the basic idea of html-form.



    Ken

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  • peterth
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    Re: Is it possible to use Java script with Desktop A5V10

    Ken,

    Thank you for your more informaton
    If I want to use Java script, I have to use it via Supercontrols only?
    and cannot use the script embbed on form directly. I have to writh the web page separately and browse it via supercontrols only, right?

    Thanks
    Peter-th

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  • kkfin
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    Re: Is it possible to use Java script with Desktop A5V10

    Originally posted by peterth View Post
    Is it possible if I want to use Java script with Desktop A5V10.
    Yes you can with some supercontrols for exsample with HTML form.

    You can of course use any web language through web content supercontrol. You can even deliver with your program a webserver and use it with web content supercontrol from Alpha destop form.

    Added later:

    You can also use of course Flash with HTML forms with Alphas desktop forms.




    Ken
    Last edited by kkfin; 05-01-2010, 02:33 PM.

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  • peterth
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    Re: Is it possible to use Java script with Desktop A5V10

    Keith,

    Thank you for your response.
    Yes, Your are right draw the clock area on th eform it may be useless if it doesn't to be bound to anything.
    My purpose is just want to know if A5V10 Desktop can use wiht the java or can I use the java script with Deaktop? Because I have many java script I use with web page and it will have much more benefits if I can use the Java script with desktop.

    Peter-th

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  • Keith Hubert
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    Re: Is it possible to use Java script with Desktop A5V10

    Peter,

    You don't need Java to have a Real Time Clock on a form. What sort of clock did you want? Digital or Analog

    In the Samples folder there is an Analog Clock, select Xbasic app, Open the form Clock. See thumbnail.

    If you want a Digital clock there are many examples on this forum, a quick search will reveal many answers. As an example see this thread

    The bit I cant understand, is what is used to Draw the clock area on the form as it does not seem to be bound to anything????
    Last edited by Keith Hubert; 05-01-2010, 04:39 AM.

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  • peterth
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    Is it possible to use Java script with Desktop A5V10

    Hi All,

    Is it possible if I want to use Java script with Desktop A5V10.
    For example I have a beautiful real time clock with java script (I can use it with HTML editor for web page with no problem)
    Is it possible if I can use the java script for a real time clock embeded to form.

    I mean in case if I don't use it for web application but only use it with Desktop A5V10

    Peter-th
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