To Do List App

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Quick To Do List App


Last updated on October 25, 2020

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Simple To Do List

This is an example of a very simple database maintenance application, created without any code.

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Using Percentages

The screen design uses layouts and percentages to ensure that the application renders well on both small devices and desktop screens. Percentage values can be assigned to both the position and the dimension of a widget.

Routines

To logic for loading, adding, and removing records is configured within Routines that appear under the Logic tab in the Visual Designer. Routines can be tied to widget events, such as a button click.

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