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Thread new book on Elevate Web Builder
Fri, Jul 22 2016 8:21 AMPermanent Link

Boris B

+1 on the JSON serialisation (including arrays).  I'm using EWS but rather a standard WebAPI backend and rely on passing JSON back and forth.
Fri, Jul 22 2016 8:13 PMPermanent Link

erickengelke

Boris B wrote:

>+1 on the JSON serialisation (including arrays).  I'm using EWS but rather a standard WebAPI backend and rely on >passing JSON back and forth.

If you Email me erickengelke@gmail.com, I'll send you today's Serialization section for your input.

Erick
Sun, Jul 24 2016 12:36 PMPermanent Link

Bruno Larochelle

I ordered this book the morning of the 17th and it arrived the afternoon of the 19th, which was somewhat amazing. I let the ink dry a bit before reading.. Smile

This book is an excellent compliment to the EWB help files. It delves into several advanced topics and exposes the power of the EWB tool (not that we needed convincing.. Smile In my case, I was able to integrate Google API functionality by following the section on Oauth 2.0. That in itself more than recovered my investment as I was looking for single-sign-on solutions.

happy reading!








erickengelke wrote:

>Book: Using Elevate Web Builder

Amazon now has the book in stock, free shipping in many cases, $50.

https://www.amazon.com/Using-Elevate-Web-Builder-Mobile/dp/153037300X/ref=sr_1_3?ie=UTF8&qid=1468810440&sr=8-3&keywords=erick+engelke

Bruno Larochelle
Logiciels Bitwise Software
Edmonton, AB, Canada
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