Sannyasin, Doug, Chris, Jody & Tom:
Thanks for your input—I spoke to a local developer yesterday where I stated
that I was the last 4D developer to understand 4D Mobile and he said I’m at
least the second-to-last… :)
> On Feb 17, 2017, at 7:54 AM, Jody Bevan via 4D_Tech
I worked with 4D Mobile and Wakanda for a couple of years, and for simply
publishing grids and detail views of data from 4D, its pretty impressive how
quickly you can put something together. Unfortunately, once you get into
editing data and client side business logic, (which is what most
Yeah, I pretty much agree with you.
I’ve gone the other way and don’t use 4D at all. Just Wakanda and Angular.
Adding 4D to the mix makes it hard to develop the business case for it.
What I would say is if you want a web interface don’t use Wakanda Studio to
develop it. Wakanda Studio is
When Wakanda was first released and the 4D mobile concept came about I got
really excited as I like you thought of all the small functions that I could
publish like little dashboards, public information, company news. I was never
thinking lets re-write thousands of screens for internal users
We use 4D internally. Some of our people like web interfaces better than
straight 4D. With that in mind, we created a web interface using 4D
Mobile/Wakanda to allow users to easily add simple info to identify credit card
charges they make.
For this, 4D Mobile/Wakanda works fantastically. Its
Not such a hot topic I see…. :)
> On Feb 16, 2017, at 12:53 PM, Robert ListMail via 4D_Tech
> <email@example.com> wrote:
> Care to describe 4DM and explain how Wakanda and/or 4DM fits into your
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