1. toby

    B4J Question IM Snippet Manager problem: Unable to restore database data

    I'm using version 2.3.0. Steps to reproduce 1. Backup your database data by clicking Export and and name the backup file snippetBackup.db 2. Make some change, any change, to one of your snippets and save the change 3. Restore your backup data: Click Import and select snippetBackup.db file to...
  2. B

    B4J Question Suggestions about importing a .tsv file into Excel

    Hi, I'd like to convert a VBScript app that I wrote, which imports a tab-delimited file into Excel, and performs all sorts of formatting functions. I used the B4J Excel library - forgot what it was called - sometime back. No problem with that. My question is how should I approach the...
  3. Dave O

    Android Question managing user files in the cloud - FirebaseStorage vs. Google Drive/Oauth2?

    Hi all, I have a question about using FirebaseStorage vs. Google Drive/OAuth2 for uploading/downloading files in my apps. I'm looking for a good (and easy) way for my apps to upload/download user data files for: - backup/restore (if their data gets corrupted somehow, they can restore from a...
  4. Mashiane

    B4J Question [BANano] [SOLVED] How can I import a single export from a module?

    Ola I've found this example which could be a jewel for me. I'd like to achieve something like? import {myExport} from '/modules/my-module.js'; Do I have to .AddJavascriptES6File? Thanks
  5. Arie van Wingerden

    B4J Question JavaObject issue

    Hi all, in the first place: I bought B4A years ago, but because of my invalidating health, I couldn't do much with it. Now i try to get a bit done with B4J, just as a hobby, because my health is still not ok. I searched the forum for JavaObject and saw a few good examples. However in my...
  6. Dave O

    Android Question backing up users' app data?

    Hi all, Short version: How can I let users back up their data from my apps, in case they switch phones or get their data messed up (by them or by a bug in the app)? Longer version: My apps typically store data in files in DirInternal (as you would expect for simple apps). Several users have...