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  • Sharing different WINDEV elements
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WINDEV Mobile: Sharing WINDEV elements
Sharing different WINDEV elements
It is possible to use the same WINDEV elements (analysis, reports, queries, ...) in a WINDEV application and in a WINDEV Mobile application:
  • Windows: The windows do not have the same format in WINDEV (file ".WDW") and in WINDEV Mobile (file ".WPW"). Indeed, the windows do not have the same size, the same characteristics, the same features, the same user approach, ... WINDEV Mobile allows you to import WINDEV windows into a WINDEV Mobile project.
  • Help: This type of element does not exist in Android or iOS.
  • Analysis, reports, queries, classes, set of procedures, ...: These elements can be directly shared between a WINDEV application and a WINDEV Mobile application.
Remark: Several functions are used to differentiate the code to run from a WINDEV Mobile application or from a WINDEV application:
Versions 15 and later
InAndroidEmulatorMode
New in version 15
InAndroidEmulatorMode
InAndroidEmulatorMode
Indicates whether the code is run in the Android emulator.
Versions 15 and later
InAndroidMode
New in version 15
InAndroidMode
InAndroidMode
Indicates whether the code is run in Android mode.
Versions 15 and later
InAndroidSimulatorMode
New in version 15
InAndroidSimulatorMode
InAndroidSimulatorMode
Indicates whether the code is run in the Android simulator.
Versions 21 and later
InAppleWatchEmulatorMode
New in version 21
InAppleWatchEmulatorMode
InAppleWatchEmulatorMode
Indicates whether the code is run in the Apple Watch emulator.
Versions 21 and later
InAppleWatchMode
New in version 21
InAppleWatchMode
InAppleWatchMode
Indicates whether the code currently run is in Apple Watch mode.
Versions 21 and later
InAppleWatchSimulatorMode
New in version 21
InAppleWatchSimulatorMode
InAppleWatchSimulatorMode
Indicates whether the code is run in the Apple Watch simulator.
Versions 25 and later
InDeviceOwnerMode
New in version 25
InDeviceOwnerMode
InDeviceOwnerMode
Indicates whether the Android application is in "Device owner" mode.
Versions 17 and later
IniOSEmulatorMode
New in version 17
IniOSEmulatorMode
IniOSEmulatorMode
Indicates whether the code is run in the iOS emulator (iPhone, iPad).
Versions 17 and later
IniOSMode
New in version 17
IniOSMode
IniOSMode
Indicates whether the code currently run is in iOS mode (iPhone, iPad).
Versions 17 and later
IniOSSimulatorMode
New in version 17
IniOSSimulatorMode
IniOSSimulatorMode
Indicates whether the code is run in the iOS simulator (iPhone, iPad).
Versions 25 and later
InKioskMode
New in version 25
InKioskMode
InKioskMode
Indicates whether the Android application is in kiosk mode.
Versions 25 and later
InMacCatalystMode
New in version 25
InMacCatalystMode
InMacCatalystMode
Indicates whether the application is running in Mac Catalyst mode (running an iPad application on a Mac).
Versions 15 and later
InPocketSimulatorMode
New in version 15
InPocketSimulatorMode
InPocketSimulatorMode
Indicates whether the code is run in the Pocket simulator.
Function kept for backward compatibility.
Versions 11 and later
InSimulatorMode
New in version 11
InSimulatorMode
InSimulatorMode
Used to find out whether the application is started in "simulator test mode" from WINDEV Mobile.
Versions 21 and later
InUniversalWindowsAppMode
New in version 21
InUniversalWindowsAppMode
InUniversalWindowsAppMode
Indicates whether the code is run in Universal Windows 10 App mode.
InUniversalWindowsAppSimulatorModeIndicates whether the code is run in the simulator for the applications in Universal Windows 10 App mode.
Versions 16 and later
InWindowsMobileMode
New in version 16
InWindowsMobileMode
InWindowsMobileMode
Indicates whether the code is run:
  • from a Windows Mobile application.
  • from a WINDEV application, from a WEBDEV site or from a PHP application.
Function kept for backward compatibility.
Versions 16 and later
InWindowsMode
New in version 16
InWindowsMode
InWindowsMode
Indicates whether the code is run in Windows mode or not.
Minimum version required
  • Version 9
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