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Moxie.cfg Config

The Moxie.cfg file is read on server start and controls aspects that cannot be changed while the server is running

 

Download Moxie.Build

Download Free Download of Moxie.Build Delivered as a simple .zip file, so that you can set it up however you like. This approach allows you to custom install many services on one server , or just run it as an app without an install. Licensing information and agreement . Upgrade Notes

In order to Upgrade an existing copy of Moxie.Build V4 to the most recent version, you can use the Upgrade example files found in the Tools folder to help automate upgrading multi-service systems, or you can just replace the following files/folders: Moxie.exe Moxie.dll Default.dll /DBStore/BuiltIn.* /Lib /Public/BuiltIn /Templates/Admin /Templates/Clean /Templates/Default /Templates/Report

 

Moxie.Build for Developers

Moxie.Build Keeps it Simple The full stack in one app, delivered by one company. Coding with the MOX server side scripting language is concise, well structured, and keeps your focus on the data. Use Moxie.Build in your company to pull together resources, centralize data, customize business workflows, and act as a highly accessible web portal for staff and customers alike.

 

Learn More About the Content Management System

Prerequisites: This page assumes that you have already set up your Moxie.Build server and logged in as an admin user. This page covers some of the basics that are involved in using the Content Management aspects of the Moxie.Build system.

 

Licensing

Moxie.Build, in short, may be used and licensed free of charge for education and non-profit organizations. Whenever it is used by government or for-profit organizations the license is granted on a subscription basis.

Moxie.Build includes a number of open source components as part of its distribution; each is subject to their own licenses as included with the files for those components.

 

Learn More About Managing Files

Prerequisites: This tutorial assumes that you have already set up your Moxie.Build server and logged in. This page covers some of the basics that are involved in managing files and folders in the Moxie.Build system.

 

Get Started with Service Setup on a Server

A single Windows OS can host many instances of Moxie.Build, these steps will guide you through the setup process.

 

Get Started with Setting up the Development Environment

Developing in Moxie.Build on localhost give you the advantage of working with the template files natively. When working on procedures (MOX code) you need to access that through the Procedures page in the Admin area of a Moxie.Build system, if running the server on localhost or on a remote server. When running on a remote server, you can edit the template files via the Files page in the Admin area.

 

MOX Coding and Programing Language Syntax Documentation

The MOX coding and programming language pays heritage to BASIC, but has been crafted for the specific type of work and environment that is demanded of Moxie.Build.

 

Command Line with .mox file

A .mox file, with MOX code in it, can be run from the command line while a Moxie.Build system is not otherwise already running.

 

Cloudflare Origin Certificates

Cloudflare automatically provides free client-facing certificates for your domain, even if using their free service. In addition, they provide free Origin Certificates to encrypt the connection between Cloudflare and your origin Moxie.Build server. Use this article if you are going to have Cloudflare connect to inbound open ports on your Moxie.Build server.

 

Nightly Management Utility

This utility program manages a server install with one or many Moxie.Build services running by taking care of nightly tasks via a scheduled task

 

Folder and File Structure

Brief overview on the file structure and contents under Moxie. The files and folders discussed in this post are those that are essential when upgrading to the most recent version of Moxie , or when troubleshooting server errors.

 

Get Started with Running on localhost

The following video demonstrates how to download Moxie.Build to your workstation, and run it on localhost.

 

Get Started by Making it Your Own

This video demonstrates how to get started with Moxie.Build with basic customization.

 

PaaS Method

A PaaS Method may be called by any other Moxie system. In order to call a PaaS Method from MOX, the PaaS statement is used.

 

Simple To Do App with MEAN Stack Comparison

In this example, we use a plain old Moxie.Build system and compare it to the MEAN Stack equivalent by building two functionally equivalent versions of a fleshed out To Do List Application. Both versions utilize local user authentication, a relational database system and the security measures found in typical production-level applications on the web today.

 

Remote Method

A Remote Method may be called by any other Moxie system. It can be used to divide up a large system among a number of backend servers, or as a public API for 3rd parties. In order to call a Remote Method from MOX, the Remote statement is used.

 

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Lang$

Takes one parameter, Source

 

Left$

Takes two parameters, Source, Value

 

[CountIf]

Takes one parameter, TestCondition

 

CFApi$

Takes three parameters Method, URL, Body

 

Plus8Encode$

Takes one parameter, Source

 

Right$

Takes two parameters, Source, Value

 

Len%

Takes one parameter, a Source value

 

Len$

Takes one parameter, a Source value

 

Cloudflared Tunnel

Cloudflared Tunnel exposes applications running on your local web server on any network with an internet connection with an outbound tunnel that connects directly to Cloudflare's edge network without the need to configure inbound firewall rules.

 

QBox

Takes two parameters, QueryName, Title

 

Remote

Takes three parameters, Url, InputQuery, OutputQuery

 

OnError (Continue)

Used as a scoping keyword, similar to WorkWith/End WorkWith .

 

PaaS

Takes three parameters, Url, SaaSTenant, InputQuery, OutputQuery

 

Try / Catch / Finally / End Try

A traditional way to check for hard errors and enable those errors to error softly.

 

Cloudflare Integration

Cloudflare is a first and foremost a Web Application Firewall and Content Distribution Network, among other additional services

 

Return

Takes a variable number of parameters.

 

ServerLog

Takes one parameter, ServerLogText

 

HtmlAlert

Takes three parameters, Location, ClassNames, AlertText

 

UpdateTableRltn

Takes eight parameters, TableName, OldOtherTableName, NewOtherTableName, ParentChild, Ratio, Note, Attr, DevNote

 

ETableStream

Takes two parameters, ExcelTableData, Options

 

UpdateTableField

Takes seven parameters, TableName, OldFieldName, NewFieldName, Label, Note, Attr, DevNote

 

UpdateTableProc

Takes ten parameters, TableName, OldProcName, NewProcName, Type, Params, GroupTypes, Label, Note, DevNote, Source

 

HtmlETable

Takes 6 parameters, Location, Mode, Div, Data, Script, Extra

 

Lang

Takes four parameters, FieldBase, Destination, Source, IfLenFld

 

SaveJsonFile

Takes two parameters, FileName, Options

 

HtmlDTable

Takes 5 parameters, Location, Mode, Class/ID, Init, bNoAutoAlign

 

NewTableRltn

Takes seven parameters, TableName, OtherTableName, ParentChild, Ratio, Note, Attr, DevNote

 

TemplateType

Takes one parameter, Type

 

CopyTable

Takes four parameters, DestinationTable, SourceTable, bWithParents, bWithPWHashes

 

HtmlUpload

Takes seven parameters, Location, Mode, Prompt, Path, Class, Name, HelpText

 

HttpCookie

Takes 6 parameters, Name, Value, Path, Domain, Expires, Other

 

NewTableField

Takes six parameters, TableName, FieldName, Label, Note, Attr, DevNote

 

NewTableProc

Takes nine parameters, TableName, ProcName, Type, Params, GroupTypes, Label, Note, DevNote, Source

 

Flush

Takes one parameter, TableName

 

FlushAll

Has no parameters

 

NewEComQuery

Takes one parameter, QueryName

 

Style Guide, Procedures and Code Documentation

In order for source code to be more readily readable across teams, it is recommended that your source code always be styled according to this style guide.

 

Templates Documentation

Prerequisites: This tutorial assumes that you have already learned about Managing Files .

 

 

 

Export and Import of Database Schema

ExportSchema and ImportSchema are BuiltIn procedures that are available for use with source control systems.

 

[DatePicker]

Takes no parameters

 

[AccKey] Keyboard Accelorator Key

Takes one parameter which is the keyboard key which will be used as the Access Key for a given Database Table's field.

*Note: By default, each Field's Access Key will be initialized to the first character of the Field's Label.

 

 

 

ForEach

Takes a variable number of parameters, QueryName, MethodName, [Param1, [Param2, etc...]]

 

FailIfRecError

Has no parameters

 

Function

A special type of Private Method, called a Private Function, that is intended to return a single value or multiple values simultaneously.

 

MsgBox

Takes two parameters, Text, Title

 

LangWith

Has one parameter, a Content.Lang prefix

 

 

Learn More about Frontend Development

Prerequisites: This tutorial assumes that you have already set up a Category and Procedure if necessary. This page covers some of the basics that are involved in Front End development using the MOX language.

 

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Exception

Takes one parameter, the text of the exception to throw.