I haven’t written here for a while but I thought I’d take a moment for something not related to development. Google “improved” Groups, and now everyone’s email addresses are exposed. […]
As a result of my recent blog on using telephones as an alternative user interface device, one of our clients requested phone access to their data. The first task is […]
We have the ability to control the Pick/MultiValue DBMS and applicaions via SMS/texting or with any land-line phone. This is possible using various mechanisms, and I and others have done […]
I’m going to post a few articles to describe various facets of mv.NET, both for people who have never seen it as well as for those who are using it. […]
Many of you know that I’ve been doing more work with Twilio over the last few months. I’ve been progressing slowly simply for lack of time but things are starting […]
Following up on Part 1 of this topic, As I continue working on this I’m quite pleased with the progress. I am providing screenshots, and the code which I’m using […]
I’m working on a project that requires dynamic charts and graphs. I took another look at Google Charts today, and it didn’t take long to create an interface with MV […]
Recent comments in comp.databases.pick on re-working KEXI for MV reminded me: we’re getting close to being able to use the Visual Studio Server Explorer with a Pick/MV back-end.
I’ve upgraded this WordPress blog and made some changes to page navigation. Some features aren’t quite working as they should but should be back in shape within the next week.
Many people who use mv.NET on a daily basis still haven’t used some of the more sophisticated features. mv.NET is not just a communications tool, not simply a commercial equivalent […]
I would have no problem evangelizing the MultiValue data model as the “hot new” database alternative to the worn relational model. The problem is that none of the MV DBMS […]
The question was asked in the U2 forum today: “Is there a conversion tool or utility available for converting xls spreadsheets to txt files…”? Sure there is, and it’s free […]
As one of my ongoing projects I’ve been working on a toolkit that generates an MV/Pick DBMS using a graphical, flow-chart designer as the source.
I don’t know how many people know this but activating D3NT is a real breeze in v7.5.x because activations are provided transparently over the internet. Hmmm, this seems to dove-tail […]
If you have any interest in my other postings on Web Services for MV, or you’re still not sure why you should be interested, you must read this article at […]
As discussed in another blog, I recently created a new product which will make it a LOT easier for MV developers to make their applications accessible via Web Services. This […]
We have a new product that’s in a highly functional alpha status and I’d like to enter into discussions with people to discuss required features. In short, this allows BASIC […]
In the jBase forum someone was recently looking for a jBase tutorial for Oracle/RDBMS users, or for someone new to databases in general. Many years ago I did a presentation […]
For many years Pick developers have relied on a trick to extract the last value element from a multi-valued attribute. I don’t have access to internal F-correlative code to explain […]
If you’re a .NET developer and interested in Facebook development, the FBGraph.NET SDK is definitely going to be of value. Keep an eye on the project for when it gets […]