How Can You Manage Input Field Content in Cincom Smalltalk?
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In last month’s Hidden Gems screencast, we showed COVID-19 data visualization demo apps using the Next Generation User Interface (NGUI) in Cincom ObjectStudio. This screencast shows how to load and run the new COVID-19 data demo apps that demonstrate how to present data and use graphics in Cincom ObjectStudio NGUI.
In this month’s new screencast, Managing Input Field Content, we will demonstrate techniques on how to handle input-field contents using notifications and keyboardHook. The examples will demonstrate two techniques for making the field contents all uppercase while also showing some best practices.
On the Hidden Gems videos, we often say “This is easy once you know how,” and using keyboardHook is a good example of this. This screencast is part of the Techniques Series that shows various techniques for accomplishing or solving different tasks using Cincom Smalltalk.
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