Creating Dynamic Content in Formula Fields

Creating Dynamic Content in Formula Fields By Adam Davidson, Director of Product Management Today I’m going to show you how to create dynamic content in Ninox with HTML in Formula Fields. There are a host of ways to use HTML in Formula fields to create visuals in Ninox. In this example, we will create a […]

Executing Ninox Scripts Via API

Executing Ninox Scripts Via API By Adam Davidson, Director of Product Management Ninox has included a great tool in their API which is the ability to send in scripts in the body of a request that will be executed in the cloud against a database. This opens up a huge range of possibilities if you […]

Creating a Custom Field Type in Ninox

Creating a Custom Field Type in Ninox BONUS: Custom Password Field By Adam Davidson, Director of Product Management The code: html(” Set Password “) The results: In some circumstances, it may be necessary to store sensitive information (Social Security Numbers, passwords etc.) in Ninox.  This Article outlines a way that HTML in formula fields can […]

Creating a Custom Field Type in Ninox

Creating a Custom Field Type in Ninox Part 3: Communicating from HTML to Ninox By Adam Davidson, Director of Product Management This article is the third and final article in a series outlining the steps necessary to create a custom HTML field type in Ninox. If you have not, please go back and read parts […]

Creating a Custom Field Type in Ninox

Creating a Custom Field Type in Ninox By Adam Davidson, Director of Product Management This article is the first in a series of articles that will outline how to create an HTML slider and integrate it with Ninox to create a new field type. For this week, we will set up the slider and use […]

Getting Started with HTML in Ninox Formula Fields

Getting Started with HTML in Ninox Formula Fields By Adam Davidson, Director of Product Management This article outlines the basics of getting started with HTML in Ninox formula fields, and assumes no prior knowledge of HTML.  I will go through the html() function in Ninox as well as elements in HTML, and provide further resources […]

Configuring a Table in DocumentsPLUS

Configuring a Table in DocumentsPLUS By Adam Davidson, Director of Product Management When Documents Plus is first installed and opened in a table you will be met with a message that says “It looks like you are in a table that has not been configured”. Configuring a table saves a few different pieces of information […]

Adding Marked Times

Adding Marked Times By Adam Davidson, Director of Product Management 1/12/2021 In late November we added the “Mark Times” feature to Calendar Plus which allows you to mark and block out times on the calendar. This is useful for marking things on the calendar like vacation time, holidays, or any times that you would like […]

What Working on Calendar Plus has Taught me about Ninox Date Fields

What Working on Calendar Plus has Taught me about Ninox Date Fields By Adam Davidson, Senior Developer 12/08/2020 If you’ve worked with Ninox date fields chances are you’ve noticed that they don’t always work as you might expect.  If you haven’t read David’s article titled “Do As Server – Chapter 2” in the October 27th […]

Customizing Calendar Plus

Developer Tips of the Week Ninox & CalendarPLUS Dev Tips of the Week Customizing Calendar Plus By Adam Davidson, Senior Developer There are a number of ways in which you can customize the data that is attached to events in the Calendar Application. Any configuration of the Calendar Plus application is done by editing the […]