With Scriptcase you can add custom buttons in forms, with that you will leave your web application much more personalized and then you can implement new solutions beyond the tool already offers natively.

To add a custom button on a form is very simple, go to the properties of the application and select “Buttons” option.



On the screen that opens you start creating including the button name and what kind of language to be used therein. Currently Scriptcase has options Javascript, PHP and Link with the latter being a kind of link between applications.


After selecting the language and click the “Create” button you will be redirected to the properties of the new button. On this screen you can implement the code that will be triggered the onclick event in the last field labeled “XXX Code”.


To see the button in operation simply run the application using the “Run” button.

With the creation of custom buttons is much more practical to solve those situations in which only the resources provided by Scriptcase are not enough, remember that these are atypical situations as well as our tool currently has a great expertise and so can easily meet the demands of the market development.

Do a test, create a custom button on your form and see how simple it is!

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