Learn how our Mendix Senior Consultant adds Alexa to his IoT app to access the information he needs. This blog will guide you through the process of building out two pieces of functionality – one for Alexa to read your time entries back to you one by one, and another to email a summary of the day.
Learn how a Senior Consultant at Mendix built his own IoT app using an IoT device and the Mendix Platform to help automate his day-to-day tasks, including tracking his time spent on each task throughout the workday.
Don’t let agile ceremonies become boring and repetitive. Focus on these three areas to keep your team involved and engaged.
As I was catching up with a college friend of mine, we eventually came to discuss how our work and careers were going. As I was telling him about my recent projects with Mendix in higher education, he was surprised – he knows what Mendix does, but didn’t see how it fit into universities.
Often I’ve found when testing locally I couldn’t recreate a bug from a Test environment, or access functionality because I didn’t have the proper data. In some cases, it would be much quicker to simply take the data from my test environment and use it on my local machine.
While I was working on my first application that utilizes anonymous users, I ran into another feature of Mendix that I have never used before. The After Sign-In microflow allows for users to carry over data from before they login, through the login process.
Discover the Excel Importer Module in the Mendix App Store, along with three common use cases.
Here are our answers to those questions we missed during the Mobile App Development Webinar, presented by Bailey Everitt.
Using inheritance can save you time and make your project more maintainable! In this post, I’ll show you what inheritance is and how to work with it most effectively.
In this post, I’ll step through how conflicts occur and how you can resolve them.
Find the cause of your errors, how to fix some of the more common errors, and how to minimize the potential for errors while you’re developing.