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K2 ListViews are flexible and extremely feature rich, though in some instances, a simple read-only HTML table populated with database records will do. In this article we will show how to create a simple read-only HTML table populated by data in a SQL database.
Slowly but surely the world is moving to Cloud-based solutions. In K2’s latest version, SourceCode added the REST Service Broker to the SmartObject Services Tester tool. So, how do you create a REST Service Instance in K2?
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.
In this blog, we will show how to use the “Plan per slot (No destination)” feature in K2 to loop through a list of items and execute a set of events for each item in a K2 workflow – this is a pattern required for older versions of K2.
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.
Loading times play a significant part in every application and effectively managing a K2 SmartForm application’s loading time is not a straightforward task. Many factors contribute to slow performance, but, one of the most common causes of slow performance within a K2 SmartForm application is cluttered forms.
Velocity IT has developed a revolutionary product called AppSprint for K2 that is disrupting the way we develop K2 Apps. AppSprint uses an ingenious way to quickly generate fully functional K2 Apps by simply uploading an Excel Spreadsheet into K2. It is an essential part of any K2 customer’s tool set. It turns days’ worth of development into seconds!