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Building Windows, web and mobile business applications, reports and web sites fast & easy with DataFlex®. This forum was previously: "Products"
Building and deploying web and mobile database applications and web services with DataFlex. This sub-forum was previously: "Web Application Server"
21-Aug-2014, 05:29 PM
Creating reports, forms, data-driven documents for screen viewing, printing, file and PDF output. DataFlex Reports are easily integrated with your Windows, web and mobile applications. This sub-forum was previously: "Visual Report Writer"
21-Aug-2014, 05:13 PM
Advanced tools for delivering maximum value from your business data - spot trends, capture opportunities, make faster decisions.
Dynamic AI empowers people with interactive information: dashboards, graphs, queries, drill-downs reports and analysis. Integrate Dynamic AI with your DataFlex Windows, Web and mobile applications or deploy as a stand-alone application.
30-Jul-2014, 01:13 PM
"Resources" is the place for DataFlex developers to provide and share their accomplishments for the benefit of the community at large.
A set of classes that enable the use of the highly customizable Codejock Active-X controls to create rich, visually exciting, enterprise-class Windows applications
17-Aug-2014, 10:48 PM
By attaching the DataFlex Graphics Library to a workspace, you can to show pictures and other images in your Windows applications using formats such as JPG, TIFF, GIF etc.
5-May-2014, 07:32 PM
A forum for peer support of products that are widely used but that are no longer undergoing active development or maintenance.
The AJAX Library is a previous generation tool for building web applications. This library has been superseded by the DataFlex Web Framework. See "DataFlex | Web & Mobile Applications" above.
11-Aug-2014, 03:00 PM
Character mode DataFlex is legacy object-oriented 4GL for building database applications on Linux and Unix terminal based systems. This sub-forum was previously: "DataFlex".
21-Aug-2014, 11:28 AM
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