During this session, you’ll work with code samples to learn the most effective way to use 4D Write Pro. Since documents are stored as objects, we’ll learn how to maximize 4D Write Pro documents by adding relevant and complementary information.
This allows using 4D Write Pro attributes to replace database fields while retaining indexing and quick search abilities. We’ll review how to use style sheets “normally”. We’ll also explore how to use them in a more advanced way to build a summary based on one or more levels. Finally, we’ll look at how to use 4DWP documents as entry forms using protected areas.
The hierarchical list, the beginnings of Object managementPatrick Emanuel
React for your web sites in 4DOlivier Grimbert
SMTP New Transporter - A new way to manage emailsMohammed Fadli
4D & macOS Application NotarizationErick Lui
Technical Services Engineer
Professional Services IntroductionWill Taylor
Technical Account Manager
ORDA and Objects in a real worldChristian Sakowski
After studying electronics, Roland went into industrial IT as a developer and consultant, building solutions for customers with a variety of databases and technologies. In the late 80’s he fell in love with 4D and has used it in writing business applications that include accounting, billing and email systems.
Eventually joining the company in 1997, Roland’s valuable contributions include designing specifications, testing tools, demos as well as training and speaking to the 4D community at many conferences. He continues to actively shape the future of 4D by defining new features and database development tools.