As of 4D v17 R5, 4D for iOS supports N to One relations so you can use descriptive relation names and simplify defining your project structure. You can visualize all of your table relations directly in the Structure section of the Project Editor.
With v17 R5, 4D for iOS is shipped with a cool feature: Pull-to-refresh. It’s a very useful gesture, since all you need to do, to refresh your data, is scrolling to the top of the screen, then sliding your finger down. With this very intuitive feature, your app content is updated in a snap.
With 4D v17 R4, embedding and displaying filtered content in your 4D for iOS app is a piece of cake! With this R-release, you’ll be able to filter the data to be displayed in your mobile app.
With 4D v17 R3, we introduced basic data formatters for dates, percentage, time, etc. 4D v17 R4 takes things a step further by providing you the ability to create your own data formatters and use them directly from the Project Editor.
As we’ve seen in the last two 4D for iOS blog posts (data formatters and the creation of custom templates), 4D for iOS is becoming more feature-rich with each version. This provides more options when building your 4D for iOS applications. In this blog post, we’ll look at how you can use your own icons for more personalized apps.
In a previous blog post, we introduced the concept of Mobile Session Management. A concept that allows you to keep track of users after their initial user request. In this blog post, we’ll provide you with a component to help you easily manage your mobile users.
4D for iOS packs in several features and concepts to help you easily get started with your first mobile application. Besides the step by step tutorial, we’ll be providing blog posts tips to speed up the learning process. In this post, we’ll explore an important concept in 4D for iOS: Mobile Session Management.
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