Windows Mobile

Omnis JavaScript Client

Extend your Omnis applications to new platforms,
new devices and new markets.

Omnis Studio® and the new JavaScript Client help you
get your Omnis apps onto the web & mobile devices fast.

 

The JavaScript Client allows you to run your Omnis applications in a browser on virtually any device, on any platform including desktop computers, tablets, and smartphones. Assuming the computer or device has a web browser, which is enabled to execute JavaScript, you can run the JavaScript Client. Specifically, your end users will be able to run your Omnis apps without having to install a plug-in or any other software. You simply point them to a URL and they're up and running!

Omnis Studio 5.2 JavaScript Client - Tablet and phone Omnis Studio 5.2 JavaScript Client - Tablet and phone

There is a new JavaScript enabled Remote Form class type and a new set of JavaScript components available in the Omnis Component Store (click on the image, above right). With over 30 ready-made JavaScript based components, and some great new sample apps, Omnis Studio will help you get your Omnis apps onto the web and mobile devices, fast.

Sample JavaScript apps

The Welcome window in Omnis Studio contains a great set of sample apps that use the JavaScript Client, including: a Memo app using the new dynamic subforms; a Contacts manager; To Do app for office or home tasks; Holidays app for annual leave requests; Timesheets app for recording tasks; Guestbook app for user feedback; and a Webshop app with product catalog and shopping cart. Try out the new JavaScript forms inside the sample apps and examine the code. (Open Omnis and click on the New Users button to open the Welcome window.)

Sample JavaScript apps in Studio 5.2 Ready-made, interactive, feature-rich JavaScript Components in Studio 5.2

Ready-made JavaScript Components

The Component Store in Omnis contains many different GUI objects for building interactive, easy-to-use, event and data-driven web and mobile apps, including standard fields, list boxes, grids, progress bar, date picker, slider, picture, pie/bar chart, and buttons. All components and remote forms support web standards HTML5 and CSS3 which allow alpha color transparency, as well as animations for objects and subforms. More info...