As we talked before the Scriptcase was made in a way that the developer will not need to edit the application’s source code to insert his own code, we created several features to allow the developer to create his own business rules, and today we will talk about Methods and Libs.

On Scriptcase a Method is a named section of a routine that performs a specific task, the method will only be available on the application where it was declared.

The Libs in the other hand it is the same thing as a method but it can be called in any application inside Scriptcase, in other words Libs on Scriptcase is a Method that can be used anywhere.

Here is a piece of a video that show some examples of methods and libs on Scriptcase. VIDEO LINK

Don’t miss next friday (16th of May) our webinar about “Libs on Scriptcase”, register now!

WEBINAR LINK

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