Group & Gather App
Organize events, groups, and gatherings
MyCollections App
Catalog, search, and share your personal collections
Company Financials App
Explore and analyze US public company high-level financial reports
Us Export Screening List App
Search for denied persons or entities on the Consolidated Screening List (CSL)
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A Basic App to Get You Started
This video will help you get started creating a mobile app in MobileTogether Designer by demonstrating how to create a simple News Reader app that displays real-time newsfeed content from various popular news sites. You will see how easy it is to drag and drop to add controls and control actions to the user interface, connect to source data and select what you need with the built-in XPath Builder, and simulate your app on multiple mobile platforms.
This video will give you the basics you need to start work on your own, custom mobile app.
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Length: 04:52 (mm:ss)
Extending then Basic App
In this video, we continue work on the News Reader app in MobileTogether Designer by adding additional news sources and new UI elements. We'll demonstrate how to add a combo box for selecting a news source, configure it so that the mobile app remembers the user's last choice, and reload the data when a new news source is selected.
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Length: 08:41 (mm:ss)
Building a Standalone App
This demo shows you how to create a mobile app that can run on a mobile device without a need to connect to the server when an Internet connection is not available. See how easy it is to create persistent data elements, drag and drop to quickly create and format a table, and add a combo box and populate it with values. We'll create an action tree to perform some calculations based on the end user's data and update the relevant data nodes, and then create an action group to easily re-use these actions in multiple places in the design. By the end of the demo we have developed a complete mobile app that's ready to deploy.
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Length: 09:35 (mm:ss)
Extending the Standalone App
In this demo, we extend the tip calculator sample we created in the previous video by adding the ability to save the data from each restaurant visit and show a table of all previous visits, plus the total sum over all visits. You'll see how to easily extend the data model for the app directly in MobileTogether to accomodate storing the historical information, add a control action to save data from each new restaurant visit, and even troubleshoot quickly using the built-in validation messages in MobileTogether. Finally, we'll drag and drop to create a table that displays all of the data for each visit and calculates the total expenses in real time.
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Length: 11:47 (mm:ss)
Connecting Your Database to your Mobile App
In this demo we are converting the previously built stand-alone tip calculator to save the data from each restaurant visit in a database table stored on SQL Server. You will learn how to modify your app from storing data on the client to saving data in a database, converting elements into attributes via XQuery statements, and how to connect your mobile app to a database server backend. Many of the techniques learned in this video are also applicable to building a database-based app from scratch.
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Length: 04:35 (mm:ss)
Creating a Chart Using Database Data
In this short video we are demonstrating how to build a mobile app that creates charts from data stored in a SQL Server database table. You will see the different graph and chart options, how easy it is to connect a chart to your data set, and then select data series to plot in the chart. The techniques learned in this video are also applicable to XML-based data.
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Length: 14:08 (mm:ss)
Extracting Useful Data from HTML Pages Using XQuery
Using MobileTogether, you can create an sophisticated enterprise mobile app, even if the data you need is only avaialble in a web page or HTML table. In this video we are demonstrating how to build a mobile app for mobile and desktop devices that is built on top of legacy data. We will extract the data from an HTML page using the powerful HTML parser in MobileTogether, which will normalize the data so it can be processed using XQuery. This will allow us to quickly build an XML representation of that data, and then plot it on a chart.
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Length: 09:09 (mm:ss)
Advanced Charting and XPath Calculations
A continuation of the example in the video above, this video demonstrates advanced charting techniques and options available for building in-house mobile reports, dashboards, forms, and other apps that include sophisticated charts and graphs.