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New project configuration tools in App Studio.

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Tuesday, October 10, 2023PrintSubscribe
Hierarchies and Properties Window

The configuration hierarchies of the App Studio present the properties of the selected nodes in the Properties Window. This is the dynamic form based on the “survey” capability of Touch UI. App Studio relies on the Touch UI framework of the host application to present its user interface.

Learn about the App Studio October 2023 Feature Drop. It introduces the new metadata-driven project configuration tools.

The navigation nodes of a hierarchy are presented above the Properties Window area. The information pane below displays a brief description of the selected property or category.

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A typical hierarchy displays the navigation nodes above the Properties WIndow. The area below provides the details about the selected property.All three areas are independently scrollable and resizable. Hierarchies are driven by the hypermedia of the App Studio RESTful API and metadata.
Tuesday, May 10, 2022PrintSubscribe
Site Content CMS

Business applications require a generic mechanism to store various types of system content. User avatars, access tokens, and dynamic configuration settings are just a few examples of such content

The built-in Content Management System allows applications created with Code On Time to keep track of identity consumers, authentication providers, user avatars, access tokes, authorization requests, etc.

The single table named SiteContent acts as a file system for the app. The FileName and Path columns describe the virtual file location. The data is stored either in the Text column or in the binary Data column. The ContentType provides the MIME type information explaining the purpose of the data.

Virtual files in the Content Management System are described with the "Path" and "FileName". The data is stored either in the "Text" or in the binary "Data" columns. CMS marks the virtual files with the "CreatedDate" and "ModifiedDate" assigned to DateTime.UtcNow when the "files" are created and modified.
Virtual files in the Content Management System are described with the "Path" and "FileName". The data is stored either in the "Text" or in the binary "Data" columns. CMS marks the virtual files with the "CreatedDate" and "ModifiedDate" assigned to DateTime.UtcNow when the "files" are created and modified.

Tuesday, December 14, 2021PrintSubscribe
Price Changes

 “Code On Time” Price Changes

The prices of our products will change on February 1, 2022

The new price for Code On Time Unlimited Edition / 1 user / 12 months of updates is $1999 USD.
The new price for Code On Time Premium Edition / 1 user / 12 months of updates is $1199 USD.

The prices for multi-user licenses for Unlimited Edition will also change to reflect the increase. 

We are also introducing the renewal pricing. The renewal price will be what you have used to pay for the new product license prior to February 1, 2022. 

For example, if you purchase Code On Time Unlimited Edition / 1 user / 12 months of updates on or after February 1, 2022 for $1999 USD, then you will be able to get the product license renewal for $1699 USD if you choose to renew before March 1, 2023

The current product owners will be able to renew the product for the same price it was purchased prior to February 1, 2022 if they do so within 30 days from the activation code expiration date

The licenses will remain perpetual. You do not have to renew the license if you do not wish to receive the product updates. Your applications built with Code On Time will continue to work. The app generator will have the same level of features that were available at the time of activation code expiration. 

The price increase is due to the following major enhancements:

  • Code On Time injects the  middleware in the generated apps with the introduction of the REST API engine. This significantly increases the value of applications created by developers.
  • Code On Time will include  Progressive Web Apps support in the generated applications, which will allow installing apps natively on Android, Chrome OS, and Windows.
  • Code On Time V9 introduces the new Live Project Designer integrated with online documentation, community forum, and help desk. This will increase productivity and ease-of-use.

Please consult the near term and  long term product roadmaps for more information about the upcoming features and enhancements.

“Offline Sync” Price Changes

Offline Sync Add-On will be sold only in packs of 10-device perpetual licenses for $990 USD per pack starting on February 1, 2022. The software will include 12 months of maintenance updates. 

The add-on will be hard-wired to work with the particular Internet domain only. The domain will be specified by the customer at the time of purchase. The “wildcard” domains are allowed. The “localhost” domain is included. One time change of the domain is permitted. The license is bound to the server (domain). Offline Sync Add-on will work in Progressive Web Apps mode. The required software will be automatically installed on the device along with the app. 

For example, if you purchase 5 packs of 10-device perpetual licenses for https://demo.codeontime.com and include the add-on in the application, then up to 50 simultaneous client devices running the app frontend in offline/disconnected mode will be able to synchronize the data with this application. The same license will also work with the  “localhost” domain for developers.


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