OutPower News – Nov 29, 2019

OutPower News – Nov 29, 2019


Welcome to today’s episode of the OutPower newscast. On today’s newscast we’re gonna talk about the Theme Editor in the OutSystems Service Studio, Check a How-To that explains how to use Jscramble and as usual we’ll give a look a lot has been happening this week and OutSystems
community. This week OutSystems has made the announcement that the theme Editor has been made generally available on the latest version of Service Studio. With this tool been made available to us in service studio, we can extensively customize the look and feel of our Application without having to write a
single line of CSS. Together with the announcement that was also an interesting article from the OutSystems blog. The article goes over what is a Theme
Editor and what was the process to achieve the tool that is available for
us today. To reach the announcement you can use the link below. And as for the article that one can be reachable by navigating to the following link. Fellow community members Luciano Schiavo has posted an article on his blog where he goes over the interesting concept of applying object-oriented design patterns to
OutSystems. This article also covers the subject with an example for singleton pattern design The blog post can be found at the link down below. Going over to Hints and How-Tos, on today’s video we will be talking about Jscramble and also an initiative a community member RafaOutSystems. Today we’re going to talk about an OutSystems video tutorial, where we learn how to protect our source
code and monitor incidents in real time in our systems app. This video made in partnership with Jscrambler Teaches us all the necessary steps to
protect and monitor our source code. If this sparks your interest, you can find a
post related this How-To at the link down below. Community member RafaOutSystems
has made a post where he refers to one of his masterclass videos. In which he goes over
on how to build a log module in OutSystems using the layer concept design. In his videos steers away from the happy path, forcing errors to happen and this way teaching the student how to identify,
use the debugging tools, and logs to sort out the possible issues. It’s definitely interesting to watch and if this captured your interest, you can reach the forum post at the link down below. Next let’s take a look at the community
activity on the Forge. Now talking about the Forge, after going through this week’s deployments by the community members, These are following picks. Now on our final segment the idea of the
week. This week idea that has gathered more interest, was a concept that adding a dependency by module should be multi select. Currently some improvements
have been made to “add dependencies”. One of them is the “add dependency” that
shows when we right-click on an already referenced module, this shows a pop up where we are able to select the dependency that we wish to
add. This idea proposes, that instead of a Single-select it should be multi-select,
so that we don’t have to open the “manage dependencies” when we wish they had multiple references at the same time. If you wish to read more about this or
support the concept, you can reach the idea it a link available below. And with that last segment we conclude today’s newscast. Thank you very much for
watching and please join us in our next edition of the newscast for more
OutSystems news by OutPower. Have a nice day.

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