Kevin Fournier

Kevin Fournier

SRP Calendar Control

We are proud to announce our latest addition to the SRP ActiveX Control suite: the SRP Calendar Control. This control brings an Outlook-style calendar to your OpenInsight applications and was released as beta with version 4.0.3 of SRPControls.ocx, which means you can try it out now. This article will give you a brief overview of how to get the control up and running in your application.
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SRP Editor 2.9.1: No More Loose Ends

A few weeks ago, we introduced you to Enhanced BASIC+. We are pleased to improve that experience in this latest update. Though this is just a minor version upgrade, we actually have a couple new surprises. In this article, we’ll reveal how version 2.9.1 brings several quality of life enhancements that you won’t want to miss. Let’s jump right in.
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Enhancing BASIC+ Part 5: Go For Launch

In this series of articles, we’ve been exploring how a precompiler can be used to enhance the BASIC+ language. We’ve shown how the precompiler makes writing services and commuter modules more pleasant than ever. It’s time to let you get your hands on our hard work, but first, one more feature we think will greatly improve your quality of life.
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Enhancing BASIC+ Part 4: Services with a Smile

In this series of articles, we’ve been exploring how a precompiler can be used to enhance the BASIC+ language. Last week we took things to a new level with making commuter modules easier to develop and maintain. In this article, we show how SRP PreCompiler is making services a first class citizen, and hopefully a normal part of your development technique.
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Enhancing BASIC+ Part 3: Shortening the Commute

In this series of articles, we’ve been exploring how a precompiler can be used to enhance the BASIC+ language. So far we’ve discussed how to implement a precompiler and introduced the SRP PreCompiler’s For…Each loop. Now we step it up a notch by showing you how the SRP PreCompiler will drastically improve your quality of life when it comes to maintaining a common type of stored procedure: the commuter module.
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