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Databases

Databases allow you to build dynamically driven websites, content management systems amongst other things. The best way to get started with understanding how database work in LiveCode Server, is [...]

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XML

XML (Extensible Markup Language) is a document markup language that is aslo used for representing data structures, like when interacting with web services. LiveCode has a number of built in [...]

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JSON

JSON (JavaScript Object Notation), is a format that uses text to transmit data as attribute value pairs, and is usually used between web servers and web applications. JSON is used as an [...]

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Working with Numbers

LiveCode does differentiate between text and numbers when you declare variables. It will treat a variable as number when you request. If the sring is not numeric , it will generate an error. put [...]

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Working with text

One of LiveCode’s strongest features is how it lets you work with and manipulate text. When working with text you will usually first place it inside a container (also known as assigning a [...]

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Sending Email

Sending emails is a vital part of most web projects. They can alert you of an enquiry via a contact form, send password reminders and so on. Personally I would recommend using an external api [...]

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Cookies

Cookies allow you to store session specifif information client side. This includes encrypted passwords, shopping trolly content, user names etc. Cookies are controlled by a visitors web browser. [...]