Our next release enables you to remove panels without also removing the panels
that follow them. As a result, you can now do things like removing the first
panel of an app without touching the rest of the app.
The new Panels sidebar allows you to quickly move to individual panels. You
can also reorganize panels by dragging and dropping them. For better control
of your panel structure, copy and paste panels instead.
Our next release will allow you to insert panels anywhere in your app. You
will also be able to copy and paste panels and fields and other items. A new
sidebar will give you an overview of your panels and enable you to reorder
Spreadsheet formulas usually use position-based references like A2 to refer to
cells while Calcapp formulas use names. Rewriting formulas manually when
you're converting a spreadsheet to an app is tedious and error-prone. This
post explains how you can make Calcapp Creator do the work for you.
Calcapp Creator will soon be much faster when editing large apps. Changing a
field name or caption will be up to 30 times faster and memory usage is
expected to drop to half of what we currently use. We realized these gains by
embracing modern web standards.
By maintaining multiple versions of your app, you can refer back to a prior
incarnation at a later date. It also enables you to share your progress on a
new app version with beta testers, without disturbing the main version used by
your regular users. Learn to duplicate your app to access these features.
Do you have a spreadsheet you'd like to convert to an app? Get in touch with
us and we'd be happy to assess whether Calcapp is a good fit at no charge. If
you need us to do the conversion work, we'll give you an estimate of the work
involved and charge you an hourly fee for our time.
You can use data validation to present an error message alongside an output
number field. Sometimes you want to display the message in the field itself,
though. This blog post shows you two ways to accomplish this.