Put a Button on a Form to Send a Customized Email
/documentation/pages/Guides/Desktop/Design/View/Form/Put a Button on a Form to Send a Customized Email.xml
This lesson demonstrates how you can use Action Script to send out a customized email message. The goal is to send an email message to a customer asking it to confirm that its correct address.
The ViewBox Control
/documentation/pages/Guides/Mobile and Web Components/UX/Controls/Data Controls/ViewBox/The ViewBox Control.xml
A complete overview of the ViewBox control. This page describes what a Viewbox control is, the key concepts behind the ViewBox control, the methods used with ViewBox controls, and provides video links relating to the ViewBox control.
Geographic Databases
/documentation/pages/Guides/Databases/Geography/Geographic Databases.xml
Covers what makes good geographic data, what nomenclature is used for geographic data, and how to create a table with geographic data.
Extending {dialog.object}
/documentation/pages/Guides/Mobile and Web Components/UX/Code/Javascript In UX Components/Client Side Javascript in UX Components/extendingDialogObject.xml
{dialog.object} is a javascript object that you can extend by adding your own properties and methods.
Node APIs
/documentation/pages/Guides/Workspaces/Node/Node apis.xml
Extend the capabilities of Xbasic using Node APIs. With Node APIs, you can create Xbasic classes implemented using Node.JS for use in your mobile and web applications.
Web Projects, Profiles, and Publishing
/documentation/pages/Guides/Workspaces/Web Projects, Profiles, and Publishing.xml
A web project is a collection of pages, images, and files that compose a web application that is published to a web server. Every web application workspace contains at least one web project (the default web project is called "Default"), but can have as many web projects as necessary. Each web project is stored in a separate folder in the workspace.
Storage Connections
/documentation/pages/Guides/Data Integration/Named Storage Connection Strings/index.xml

Storage is an Alpha Anywhere abstraction for dealing with different types of storage using a standard interface. Currently, 3 type of storage are supported - Amazon S3, Azure and Disk storage.

Arguments
/documentation/pages/Guides/Mobile and Web Components/UX/Properties/Arguments/index.xml
Define arguments. Arguments can be bound to page, session and cookie variables. Argument values are passed into all server-side Xbasic event handlers in the component.
Alpha Cloud Alpha Anywhere Developers Guide Frequently Asked Questions
/documentation/pages/Guides/Alpha Cloud/Alpha Anywhere Developers Guide/Frequently Asked Questions.html
Web Projects Control Panel
/documentation/pages/Server/Guide/Design/View/Control Panel/Web Projects Control Panel.xml
A web project contains and organizes the files that you will publish. Alpha Anywhere places these files in a directory structure under the Alpha Anywhere program folder. You may have as many projects as you need, each with a distinctive name. The Web Projects Control Panel provides a view of these projects. It also organizes all of the files used in your web projects. Here you can: