January 18th Meeting – New 4D Write Pro, Roland Lannuzel

January 18th, 2017, 12:00 noon, CST (UTC−6:00)
116 S. Michigan Ave., Chicago IL 3rd floor
Please RSVP if attending in person

Special Topic:
New 4D Write Pro features that end users will love and give developers a new level of programatic document editing.
Roland Lannuzel

4D applications that work heavily with documents often rely on templates to generate invoices, reports, orders and more. Templates can be tricky to produce. Building them requires an advanced end user or developer.  With 4D v16 plus 4D Write Pro, your applications and 4D code gain access to the new concept of bookmarks.  

These `named text ranges` are as easy to create as highlighting text and making it bold.  Once created by the user a 4D developer has all the control to programmatically read each bookmark, evaluate references and assemble a final document.  Roland Lannuzel will demo bookmarks and other new commands in 4D Write Pro to show you how to build this document drafting dynamo in to your application.

** Ask questions and post comments before and during the presentation via the dedicated discussion thread on Reddit.  We will monitor the thread during the meeting to include comments in the discussion.

To be able to ask questions directly via video chat in the hangout, connect with this link:
http://tinyurl.com/gmlwlof
Alert:  this link has been updated, as the old youtube hangout link was defunct.

To follow along with the meeting slideshow, access it here when it is available…
Slides forJanuary 18th, 2017 meeting

Or stream directly on YouTube:

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