How often do you view a list of data and find that the column headers disappear as you scroll? This is often due to the list not having its column headers fixed and can be frustrating as you need to keep scrolling back to the top locate your position. Look no further, this how to guide provides a step-by-step solution on how to implement the scrolling functionality on a List View once it reaches a particular number of records in the list.
Thanks to the proliferation of digital technology, many established corporations have been disrupted by start-ups who have embraced technology to gain a competitive edge. Giants such as Blockbuster – who had the opportunity to buy Netflix for just $50 million in 2000 – have gone defunct, while the latter’s market cap recently passed $100 billion. So how does your corporation avoid the same fate? What distinguishes the disruptor from the disrupted?
Toolbar button icons improve the usability of a system as they graphically prove a queue to the system user to perform system actions. In K2, generic toolbar buttons exist to describe an action which can be performed. Examples of these icons include; Add, Delete, Check In and Check Out. However, there may be a requirement to use a specific icon to describe an action which is not included in the standard ‘out of the box’ icon list.
Velocity IT, the boutique process automation specialist, has launched its brand new website, whose user-friendly interface optimises the user journey and welcomes business oriented visitors to browse a growing library of business tech resources.
It’s here! K2 has launched it’s next generation no- and low-code business application development platform K2 Five. Developing business apps using it is now even easier and faster than before.
In this blog, I will use multi-user impersonation in a BenchQA test case to test multi-user interaction with a K2 SmartForms application. We will start by submitting a new leave request process using one user, and automatically login as another user to approve the leave request.
In a previous blog we discussed accessing K2 SmartObjects and their methods as well as creating and starting workflows through code. In this blog we will show how to work with SmartObject parameters in your code.
I recently encountered a scenario on a very complicated SmartForm where, whenever I tried to add an ‘Execute another rule’ rule to my form, it presented me with this very weird error. It read as follows: Widget Error:Unable to get property ‘text’ of undefined or null reference.