K2 Smartofrms is a designer of user interfaces. It helps you build forms for applications of various complexity. Even though there are a lot of standard components, events, actions, themes, we do not fully control the Document Object Model (DOM). That is produced by the K2 Smartforms engine. But what if we need something non-standard? What if we need to exceed the limits?
When you have a lot of columns your List View, but would like to use them all on the form. The List View with horizontal scrolling is helpful also for mobile devices.
Multilingual forms is a frequent requirement among different customer. For this purposes we developed a custom control in K2Europe. But what if you are working with K2 Cloud? This article will help you.
The previous post from the Continuous Integration series i named as K2: Continuous Integration Part 1 - Automatic Build. So this automatically implied, that i will write more. In this post I will show you, how you can configure TFS (in my case VSTS - Visual Studio Team Services) to do automatic deployment of K2 packages onto the target K2 environment.
The idea of continuous integration is to automate routine processes. Packaging and deployment of K2 projects is not an exception here. The post describes how to configure VSTS for these purposes.
By default, K2 does not have an option to display boolean fields as checkboxes. Instead you see values True/False. For a better user experience it is always good to have the possibility to show checkboxes instead,. Here I describe, how easily this can be achieved.
When you need to download the report from the SQL Reporting Services upon a button click in a smartform, you can either use the SSRS ServiceBroker, which is available OOB (at least in K2 4.7) or simply use the following simple trick.
When you install K2 Blackpearl with development license, you can only start it in a console mode. This is not always convenient, especially when developers in a company should not…
K2 has a click event in the Smartforms, but not a button click one. And when you fill in the form, you want it to be submitted with an Enter button. The post explains, how you can achieve that with minimum efforts and literally 2-3 lines of code.
In this post I will share a way to create checkboxes for selecting list items in such a way, that a standard for each selected rule will work: 1. You…