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    how can I add a page that another programmer did at his pc for the main project

    how can I add a new page that another programmer
    did at his pc for the main project at my pc.
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    Break your application down into a group of smaller apps. Save the app as a package on one PC then copy it to a shared drive on the LAN or sftp it Into the cloud or place in github. Fetch the smaller app down and include in your main application. You can switch between apps very quickly using Luanja.openApp() in an appropriate menu or command button delegate.
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    how can I include a page from another application into a new application, is this possible?

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    Hi Lalmeja9,

    If it is an App on your machine, you can use Templates (http://www.lianja.com/community/show...-feel-in-pages). If it is from another Developer, please see the previous reply.

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    Yvonne

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    Quote Originally Posted by yvonne.milne View Post
    Hi Lalmeja9,

    If it is an App on your machine, you can use Templates (http://www.lianja.com/community/show...-feel-in-pages). If it is from another Developer, please see the previous reply.

    Regards,

    Yvonne


    I guess you need develop some like copy paste, fields, sections, page,
    to help to developers more.
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    Hi L,

    I think you will benefit from looking again at Barry's suggestion. Break your app down to small apps, typically no ore than 2 to 3 pages. That way, each app can (and should) have (if you are using source control: if not, tsk tsk) its own Git repository. Before a dev goes to work on that app, they should check whether it's been forked off the development branch. While it's actually possible to merge the XML in the .lianja file where the page/section etc. definitions lie, it is not for the inexperienced, and typically would waste time. With each "functional" mini-app being so small, there's no need for a developer to create a page that gets inserted into an existing app.

    hth,

    Hank

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