RADICORE v2.02.0 released01 February 2017
RADICORE v2.01.0 released01 November 2016
RADICORE v2.00.0 released01 October 2016
The use of Cascading Style Sheets within Radicore22 April 2008
How to implement Two Factor Authentication01 February 2008
Support for PHP4 dropped, support for PHP7 started01 October 2016
Why you should build your web application back-to-front06 January 2013
What is the 3-Tier Architecture?14 October 2012
DB or not DB, that is the question05 March 2017
On not using the "right" standards13 December 2016
Object Oriented Database Programming01 November 2016
Having installed the toolkit you will want to know how to create an application with it. This tutorial will take you through all the procedures step by step, and show you how all the basic functions can be created without having to write a single line of code. These steps include:
- Creating a directory to contain all the files for each application.
- Importing a database structure into the Data Dictionary.
- Using the Data Dictionary to define relationships for the benefit of the application.
- Exporting that structure to the application by creating a class file for each table.
- Creating transactions by choosing which transaction pattern to use against which table.
Having used the Radicore toolkit to create transactions, you can then immediately run them to see the results. This detailed tutorial will provide working examples by building actual transactions for a test database. These transactions deal with single database tables, one-to-many relationships, and even many-to-many relationships.
It also contains examples of customising screen layouts, and of customising the table classes to implement business rules or task specific behaviour.