- How Do I Password Protect My Application Stacks When Deploying?
- How Do I Add Stacks to My Application?
- How Do I Display A Splash Screen When My Application Launches?
- How Do I Add Externals to My Application?
- How Do I Use RevDB With The Application Framework?
- How Can I Add A ReadMe File To My Application Distribution?
- What is the Best Way To Include the Data Grid Library?
- If My Application Is Password Protected How Do I Unlock Certain Stacks At Runtime?
- How Can I Specify Default Values For Preferences On A Computer That Has Never Run My Application?
- How Can I Notify My Application That The Value For A Preference Has Been Changed?
- How Do I Configure The Storage Locations For Application Data and Preferences?
- How Do I Include Supporting Files/Folders When I Build My Application?
- Specifying Which Files Your Application Can Open
- Creating Advanced File Type Filters
Mar 05, 2011
- Signing Your Applications and Building Installers
GLX Application Framework
- GLX Application Framework 1.1
- Converting An Existing Application To Use The Framework
- SQL Yoga
- SQL Yoga Examples
- SQL Yoga To-Do Application
- SQL Yoga IDE Plugin
Plugins, Externals and Libraries
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Incorporating Your Program Stack Into the Framework-Based Application
This lesson will explain how to take existing stack files and use them with the GLX Application Framework. To begin, create a new GLX Application.
Move Your Stack Files into Application Directory
Update Application Stacks
Now you need to update the list of stacks that make up your GLX Application. Remove program.dat from the list of stacks by selecting it and pressing the Delete key (1). Then add any stack files you copied over using the Add Stack (2) button. For more information on adding stack files to your application see this lesson.