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Really projects developped with Unigui ?


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Hi community,

Can you give me, real operatinnels projects (URL links if possible) wich are développed with Unigui. I want to see particularly a CRUD (Creat, Read, Updare, Delete) Website, witch queries an MySQL sever ?

Thx.

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Hi,

 

I can say that we have used unigui for several projects along with mysql, unigui works great thanx to Farshad ;-)....

Sorry can't share the link because it is private projects.. but if you search how to use mysql with unigui:

 

- We use Unidac components http://www.devart.com/unidac/

- Or you may use Mydac http://www.devart.com/mydac/

 

For read/write you may use sql queries or use the database component's methods.

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Hi,

 

I am developing a project, it will be in alpha in two weeks, although it is private, i will publish for a while in this post. I'm using Firebird with AnyDac and it is working without problem, all the business logic is in the database, and I use in the unidbgrid only HTML generate from the database views. All the frames are inherited. I'm using <Img> tag instead of button, because i read something about GDI handles resources with images here in the forum.

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Hi, Farshad, thanks.

 

Is good to know about that. Please can you answer the following, What is the best (for performance, Transparent, configuration...) use <img> tag as for Button, or use bitbtns?, which one do you recommend?

 

Thanks

 

PD: Do you think this question need to move to other new post?

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Well Farshad, in design time this is the screenshot:

 

tiempodediseno.jpg
 
in the red square are the labels with the caption with <img> tag. cursor = crhandpoint a hint and a onclic event.
 
Then at runtime this is the screenshot:
 

runtime.jpg

 
Then in runtime the labels render the .png image. This is how i'm doing it.
 
thanks
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