Don’t block your behaviours, await insteadPosted January 07th, 2021 When dealing with asynchronous tasks in .NET is important to be cautious. Using them wrong may lead to an unhealthy server. Since OMNIA .NET behaviours may be invoking APIs, querying databases, accessing file systems, etc., following the best practices is important. The incorrect use of Tasks […]
How to: Install OMNIA on your Computer!Posted November 23rd, 2020 How to: Install OMNIA on your Computer!Posted November 23rd, 2020 Until now, developing with OMNIA required a cloud infrastructure. You could download your model source code and use OMNIA Connector along with Visual Studio to develop and debug your code locally, but no way to […]
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Prototyping Web Applications Posted November 11th, 2020 Prototyping Web Applications Posted November 11th, 2020 Note: This feature was released with version 3.2.3 of the OMNIA Platform Prototyping is a key aspect of all software development, and line of business web applications are not outsiders in this regard. Developing quick and visually pleasing web app prototypes […]
End Shadow IT today Posted October 30th, 2020 End Shadow IT today Posted October 30th, 2020 Shadow IT is a very cool term for something that, in our opinion, is not cool at all. By definition, shadow IT can be any kind of system (think software applications or even complex spreadsheets) that is not developed/manage […]
Today we’re introducing two new ways of controlling form and collection options, without the need to code, in the form of development Accelerators.
Meet the new “Hide a Form Option” and “Hide a Collection Option” Accelerators
With our latest platform version, we’ve released a new Modeler feature that will provide you with valuable information as you are developing your web applications.
Productivity is, at its core, a work measurement. The more you can do in the same amount of time, the more productive you are. What this means is that the most productive thing you can do with your work is reusing it.
Here’s where our concept of templates comes into play. When you export something, anything, from OMNIA, the output will be in JSON form.
If your export is an entire application, we simply call it a Template, if it’s only a part of an app we call it Micro Template. This means that all the work you have ever developed inside OMNIA can (and should) be reused in the future, in the form of templates.
We’ve decided to share our team’s top five suggestions for (freely available) JSON Tools that will certainly improve your web application development skills