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Thread My compliments
Sun, Apr 16 2017 3:38 AMPermanent Link

sitters

Sitters Electronics

Im a Delphi programmer and buy Elevate web builder for making web applications for my
Customers.
I finish two frond ends for my customers and it works like a charm.
I uses the 1.05 build 4 because I like de modern .css .

For a test, I rebuild my hobby website ( md2.sitters-electronics.nl ) with Elevate web builder and also this is a nice option.

Sometimes I must program around some stuff, but my compliments to the programmer of Elevate web builder.

Willem
Sun, Apr 16 2017 5:20 AMPermanent Link

Uli Becker

Willem,

hopefully "1.05" was a typo. Smile

Uli
Mon, Apr 17 2017 3:50 AMPermanent Link

Matthew Jones

Uli Becker wrote:

> hopefully "1.05" was a typo. Smile

I'm sure you are right, but I still have a site written with 1.03 that works just fine. Version 2's layout options transform things though, and I now wish all development tools were the same. Put things on the form in order, specify the layout, and then apply margins to look nice. And you know it will be solid. Much power, many goodness. As my son would say.

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Matthew Jones
Mon, Apr 17 2017 9:03 AMPermanent Link

Tim Young [Elevate Software]

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Willem,

<< Sometimes I must program around some stuff, but my compliments to the programmer of Elevate web builder. >>

Thanks very much.  I'm glad that EWB is making you a more productive developer. Smile

Tim Young
Elevate Software
www.elevatesoft.com
Mon, Apr 17 2017 9:08 AMPermanent Link

Tim Young [Elevate Software]

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Matthew,

<< I'm sure you are right, but I still have a site written with 1.03 that works just fine. Version 2's layout options transform things though, and I now wish all development tools were the same. Put things on the form in order, specify the layout, and then apply margins to look nice. And you know it will be solid. Much power, many goodness. As my son would say. >>

It's the "dogfooding" ( https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Eating_your_own_dog_food ) that makes it solid.   The layout functionality is a *primitive*, so the higher level controls use it, but so do all of the lower-level UI elements.  Therefore, if something doesn't work right, it becomes immediately apparent that it's broken in some way.

I've been wanting to extend this concept to the entirety of EWB for our own web site for some time.  It worked very well with DBISAM, and is a good way to see where the gaps in product functionality are lurking.  It won't be much longer now...

Tim Young
Elevate Software
www.elevatesoft.com
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