Our Uniface
articles and podcast

We want to share our thoughts.
We want to inspire.
We want to be inspired.

Enjoying the things you care about. Doing the things you like. 

We combine them in our work. We create solutions. We write about them. And we talk about them. Sometimes just a ideas or thoughts about them…  We want to inspire. We want to be inspired. 

Everything comes together, here. And we want you to part of this. 
On this page you will find the references to all of our thoughts.
Written down in blogs and our talks in podcasts. 

Our articles

What we write about Uniface

Recently I was busy developing a Uniface application in a microservice architecture and I was wondering how I could process users and systems from different time zones into one application.
Are you still providing a direct access to the database from the clients? For your own safety, it's better to rethink that decision. Uniface provides features to make your application safe.
Web services are everywhere, although we are not usually aware of them. Creating a webservice in Uniface is very easy. This is the most efficient way to do it.
Web services are everywhere. Without noticing, you and I use them daily. RESTful services are a special kind of web services. In this article, Peter explains how to convert a normal webservice into a RESTful one.
Are you still providing a direct access to the database from the clients? For your own safety, it's better to rethink that decision. Uniface provides features to make your application safe.

Our podcast

What we speak about Uniface

The Uniface explorers podcast is about exploring the magic world of Uniface. Since we believe that programming is so much more than just bits and bytes.

Yes! A podcast about Uniface! That was something missing! In this first episode Peter introduces himself and Uniface. Is there anyone who doesn't know what Uniface is? Really?

Our Uniface tips and tricks

Tiny Noticible Things

Once you know the answer to the question, it is not so difficult to find the corresponding information. But sometimes a little hint can fuel the creativity that helps you find the initial answer. From time to time we post a Uniface tip or trick. Maybe they will help.

Sometimes a small and obvious thing turns out not to be that obvious after all. For instance how to quick associate a label to a field.
Projects can be used for more than just creating new objects. For me, a project in Uniface has two purposes. The first is to separate functionality within a repository. The second?