Default End Of Line character and Byte Order Mark usage in text files have been modified in 4D v19 R2. With 4D v19 R3, 4D extends this behavior to XML files. Let’s see how.
As you probably know, computed attributes are available starting from 4D v19 R3. A blog post is available that presents this great new feature.
As we always propose the best and complete user experience to our mobile app developers, computed attributes are compatible with all your iOS and Android projects.
Scalable web sessions were a significant improvement brought by 4D v18 R6. They allow you to use 4D tags, 4D actions, and REST API in preemptive processes, even in interpreted mode, on a 4D server. However, to debug such programs, you needed to open your development environment on the server to make it switch to cooperative mode, as the debugger window cannot be opened with preemptive processes. This way, until v19 R2, you could debug REST, 4D actions, or 4D tags. From v19 R3, all of this has become much easier, and you can debug on the server-side simply by attaching the debugger to it, as usual.
When a 4D Write Pro document contains external elements resulting from expressions or formulas, they are visible when the “Display expressions” mode is used. Still, they are blended into the text when the values are displayed. This is what you want for a final document, but it is sometimes useful to easily view these calculated values while writing the document. Well, 4D v19 R3 is giving you new display options for this purpose!
In the 4D v18 R6, 4D introduced OAuth 2.0 authentication to access emails through IMAP, SMTP, or POP3 transporters. Starting with 4D v19 R3, 4D continues to implement OAuth 2.0 protocol and provides a way to request easily by programming a token from the Microsoft identity platform to connect to the API for Microsoft 365.
Security is a fundamental topic for today’s business solution systems. At 4D, we understand its importance; that’s why we keep delivering features that tackle this topic.
And with 4D v19 R3, 4D now uses a stronger hashing algorithm for user passwords. Let’s find out more!
Since ORDA allows you to work with several entity selections simultaneously, we’re sure you take advantage of this by passing entity selections as a parameter to project methods or to functions of ORDA Data model classes.
To work efficiently with object-oriented programming using as few lines of code as possible, you need robust and optimized functions. That’s why with 4D v19 R3, we are shipping a new function available on the entitySelection object: the selected() function.
Thanks to it, you’ll be able to inspect and compare two entity selections. Let’s see the details!
Images are an essential part of documents. On an invoice for example, getting the right positioning for the company logo is important. That’s why the 4D Write Pro interface component offers a property dialog for images. You or your end users can easily define:
- the size of the image
- the display format
- the margins and padding
- the position on the page for anchored images
For 4D v19, we started a long-term refinement of our logs. Our first effort was to improve their format to give you better and clearer information. As for 4D v19 R3, we added 2 new functionalities: the ability to instantly pause logging and a way for support teams to easily help their customers configure their logs through a configuration file.
4D Write Pro documents can be exported into different formats: PDF, Plain text, Microsoft Word, 4D Write Pro, HTML… To this list is now added the SVG format!
SVG is an image format. Thanks to that, you will be able to create previews of any page, integrate them in your interface, visualize them in browsers, on mobile devices, etc.
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