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4D for Mobile: Interact with other apps

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Several formatters have been made available for formatting your data in the list or detail form. For example, a boolean field can be represented as a red or green circle. If you think this is very convenient, then you will love the new features in 4D v19 R5.

Let’s imagine an application with a list of our customers, if we need to go to their offices, it would be really handy to be able to tap on the customer’s address to open Google Maps. Unfortunately on the way, you are stuck in traffic. Don’t panic, just tap on the phone number, and you can choose to send a message or call directly to let them know. 🙂 

Several other formatters are at your disposal, we let you discover them.

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4D for Mobile: What’s new in v19 R5

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With every release, the list of 4D for iOS and 4D for Android features is growing bigger. And this feature release is no exception. Without further ado, let’s see what 4D v19 R5 has in store for you:

WHAT’S IN IT?

For 4D for Android and 4D for iOS Editor

  • Goods news! The interface of the editor is fully compatible in dark and light modes.

 

For 4D for Android (already available in 4D for iOS):

  • Turn your application into a barcode scanner to fill in a text input,
  • Allow to sign directly in the application delivery, an intervention report, an estimate,
  • Interact with different applications by touching a field on the screen:
    • an address to automatically display a map showing the location,
    • a phone number to call or add to contacts,
    • a mail to open the mail app,
    • a URL to open an URL in the default web browser.
  • Create your own Kotlin formatters for your specific needs.
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4D for Mobile: What’s new in v19 R4

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We are pleased to announce that a new version of 4D is available with new features for 4D for iOS and 4D for Android. Without further ado, let’s dive in:

WHAT’S IN IT?

For 4D for Android and 4D for iOS

  • Display object fields in your mobile application in human-readable format or in JSON format. Object fields are used to store various types of data in a 4D application, and now they are easily usable in mobile apps.
  • Improvement to generate your embedded data set.

 

For 4D for Android (already available in 4D for iOS):

  • All related data is managed in your application. 
  • Online actions are available. It’s possible to execute code on a 4D server to check data, execute calculations or add an entity.
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Debug your mobile apps on Android devices

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You have made your first application with 4D for Android. Congratulations!

After visualizing the simulator’s result, you want to test it on your smartphone to appreciate the interaction, the fluidity…

It’s straightforward! All it takes is one action on the smartphone and another one in the project. Let’s see the details.

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4D for Mobile: What’s new in v19 R3

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We are pleased to announce that a new version of 4D is available with new features for 4D for iOS and 4D for Android.

WHAT’s in it?

For both 4D for iOS and 4D for Android:

 

For 4D for iOS only:

  • You can create action input controls of type choice list. The choice list can be a predefined list in a JSON or a dynamic list filled using a data source.
  • In your actions and input controls, you can use computed attributes to simplify your code.

 

For 4D for Android only:

  • The N to one relation is available, so you can display relative data in a list, and decide which field(s) from the related table to publish in your app
  • You can test and debug the generated application on your device.

 

Several blog posts detailing the different features are listed in this post.

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4D for Mobile: Colorize your apps without a struggle

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Our mobile products (4D for iOS and 4D for Android) were both built with simplicity in mind, allowing you to build apps easily, in a few clicks.

That also includes a crucial step: choosing a main color for the app. That’s why, since the introduction of 4D for iOS, the main color of your mobile application was defined by the dominant color of your application’s logo.

With 4D v19 R2, we’re giving you a feature that lets you easily define the main color of your iOS and Android app, by selecting it from a color picker fully integrated into the project editor.

Here’s how: