- Upgrade Topics for Porting Older Applications to Alpha Anywhere
/documentation/pages/Troubleshooting/Upgrading to Alpha Anywhere/index.xml
Changes were made to the Alpha Anywhere framework that affect some legacy applications. These articles list important changes made that change how applications are developed with Alpha Anywhere.
- About Activating Alpha Five
/documentation/pages/Guides/Desktop/Deploy/About Activating Alpha Five.xml
Answers some questions about activating Alpha Five, such as "What is activation?" and "What is an activation Key?".
- Alpha Five V9
/documentation/pages/Index/Alpha Five V9.xml
Improvements from Alpha Five V9.
- Alpha Five V11 Help Pages
/documentation/pages/Index/Alpha Five V11 Help Pages.xml
Improvements from Alpha Five V11.
- Email and Web Applications
/documentation/pages/Desktop/Reference/Design/Email/Email and Web Applications.xml
If you wish to send emails from your web application, there are 2 approaches:
- Introduction - Web Applications
/documentation/pages/Server/Guide/Design/View/Database/Introduction - Web Applications Tutorial.xml
This tutorial is intended to help new users of Alpha Anywhere to develop fully functional web database applications. The underlying assumption of this tutorial is that you have Alpha Anywhere and the AlphaSports sample database.
- Alpha Cloud Alpha Anywhere Developers Guide Certificates
/documentation/pages/Guides/Alpha Cloud/Alpha Anywhere Developers Guide/Certificates.html
- Alpha Cloud Alpha Anywhere Developers Guide Overview
/documentation/pages/Guides/Alpha Cloud/Alpha Anywhere Developers Guide/Overview.html
- Multi-User Alpha Anywhere Applications
/documentation/pages/Desktop/Reference/Design/Data/DBF/Multi-User Alpha Anywhere Applications.xml
This topic is a collection of recommendations by experienced Alpha Anywhere developers about the best way to create multi-user applications. The following is a diagram of an "optimal" multi-user architecture. The most critical point is the distinction between the computers with real databases and shadow databases.
- Building Master Detail Applications for Web Applications with UX Components
/documentation/pages/GettingStarted/GettingStartedTutorials/Other Tutorials/Building Master Detail Applications/Master Detail App with Repeating Sections.xml
Learn how to build a Master-Detail application that uses repeating sections. While less powerful that the Grid Component approach, repeating sections can enable you to build robust data entry interfaces for collecting information, such as Orders or customer addresses.