Using the Stripe API From Xbasic
/documentation/pages/Guides/Genies/Stripe genie.xml
The Stripe Genie, accessed from the right-click menu when you are editing Xbasic code, open a genie that shows sample code from making calls to the Stripe API.
Reading From and Writing to the Data Dictionary
/documentation/pages/Guides/Desktop/Design/View/Form/Reading From and Writing To the Data Dictionary.xml
Alpha Anywhere's data dictionaries are actually tables; you can manipulate them just like any other table. To access the data dictionary of the current table or set directly, you can use the *[link:DICTIONARY.OPEN()@DICTIONARY.OPEN Function]* method to obtain an object pointer to the dictionary.
How to Call a UX Component from a Grid and Pass Information from the UX Component Back into the Grid
/documentation/pages/HowTo/Grid/Calling a UX Component from a Grid and Pass Information from the Dialog Back to the Grid.xml
Steps and examples on how to do this are described in this page.
All Users Dialog
/documentation/pages/Obsolete/All Users Dialog.xml
Obsolete. The All Users dialog allows you to create new user groups and define the groups that are allowed to log in.
Address Dialog - Adding Blank Lines
/documentation/pages/Guides/Desktop/Xdialog/Address Dialog - Adding Blank Lines.xml
To space out the vertical distance between controls on an Xdialog, you can insert blank lines using the '{lf};' command. This is analogous to pressing Enter on a blank line in a word processor to leave extra space between paragraphs.
Populating a DropdownBox Control from the Client-side Data Cache
/documentation/pages/Guides/Mobile and Web Components/UX/Controls/Data Controls/DropdownBox/Populate from data cache.xml

The choices in a DropdownBox control are computed at build time in disconnected applications built using PhoneGap or deployed as web applications that use the Application Cache. Unless explicitly updated, the DropdownBox will show the data computed at built time. If choices for a DropdownBox control are calculated from a data source (such as a SQL database or web service), the client-side data cache can be used. Using the data cache, choices for the DropdownBox will be updated in offline-enabled applications if a connection is available.

Adding Borders and Frames
/documentation/pages/Guides/Desktop/Design/View/Properties/Adding Borders and Frames.xml
Every object in the letter layout has border properties you may set. By default, most objects' borders are invisible. To make them appear, right click on the object, select Properties... > Border from the right-click menu, and set the border properties in the Properties dialog box. If you want to create a border around two or more objects, use the Frame tool. To do this:
Adding Parameters
/documentation/pages/Guides/Services/Creating An Endpoint/Adding Parameters.xml
In this example, we add a Parameter to the Service Endpoint Page.
Search Part - Radius Search - Sorting result by distance from the map center point
/documentation/pages/Guides/Mobile and Web Components/Grid/Grid Properties/Alternate Views/Google Maps - Alternate Views/Search Part - Radius Search - Sorting result by distance from the map center point.xml
When you do a radius search (i.e. find all records with a certain distance of a map center point), it can be useful to order the records by distance from the map center point. This video shows how this is easily done.
Adding FieldsĀ and Text
/documentation/pages/Guides/Desktop/Design/View/RTF/Adding Fieldsand Text.xml
When you create a new Label or Letter layout, the editor automatically inserts a Rich Text object. To use this Rich Text Object, you add the fields and text you want to appear when the Labels are printed. Rich Text Objects make it easy to seamlessly mix text and fields; they let you suppress blank spaces, and they make it easy to change the fonts, point size, color, alignment, and other text attributes. If you unsure whether you have a rich text object, hold the cursor above the object until Alpha Anywhere displays its name.