Business Tech: The Point (of Sale)
Sometimes it seems that businesses have given up on expecting the best from their employees. We found a place where they aren't even expecting competent. Let the barkeep pour you a straight shot of truth about The Point (of Sale).
From the Inside January/February 2016 : Unit Testing on a MultiValue Systems
One of the major trends in MultiValue application development is Unit Testing. For those of you that are new to MultiValue, you are likely saying, "Well Duh! Unit Testing is not a trend. That is what you are always supposed to do." For those that have been in the MultiValue Community for a long time, you are saying, "But why test my existing code? It doesn't have bugs in it".
Building a Modern Line-Of-Business Application — Part 1
There has been many new Line-Of-Business applications developed for serval years. Most business software either addresses a missing piece of the overall, or is just an extension of the existing monolithic applications that have been around for 15-20 years. This is the start of an article series on exploring what it takes to build a Line-Of-Business application from scratch using the tools and features found in modern software technologies.
OAUTH 2 Login with MultiValue BASIC — Part 3
Consuming web services like Avalara Saletax within your MultiValue applications is easy, but many web services are starting to require OAUTH 2 login authentication. OAUTH 2 adds an additional complexity to working with web services, but the complexity is much simpler than the documentation makes it look. This the final article on using OAUTH 2 and provides all the code needed to access OAUTH 2 web services.
PROC is not the only scripting language available to the modern MultiValue programmer. Let's see how Unix/Linux bash scripting can help us get the job done.