Omnis App Server settings and JS remote forms
Thank you very much, thank you for the positives about being an independent developer and in general thank you for thinking of me.
> On Feb 15, 2018, at 4:15 AM, Bryan Brodie <email@example.com> wrote:
> Hi Stene,
> thanks for this post, it was very very helpful for me.
> for those doing web-ish development and testing in the macos environment,
> watch out for the pre-fetching that Safari and Chrome do – you might have
> pages loaded by your browser before you ask for them.
> drove me nuts during debugging more than once until i checked the server
> logs and realized the pages were prefetched before my code requested them.
> and I must take my hat off to Das – it is fascinating following his
> re-emergence into the Omnis realm.
> I left IT project management in 2012 to return to software development
> (with new emphasis on responsive web development, after long time of
> developing omnis desktop apps) so I recognize his pain points very well.
> hang in there buddy, it does get easier. the best thing about being an
> independent developer for small workgroups (the original traditional Omnis
> market) is that you usually get to call the shots regarding
> IT infrastructure, design, tools, etc.
> there certainly has never been a better time to be a developer; so many
> niches to fill, so many opportunities (especially when you are able to work
> for yourself), and so many competitors who do not have your long term
> coding experience designing integrated systems
> bryan brodie
> From: Sten-Erik Bj?rling <firstname.lastname@example.org>