Feb
18
9 days ago

Omni/OmniCode fixed for Chinese users

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For Chinese users, Omni 2.5 and OmniCode 2.6 bring fixes to the licensing system so I think now you will be able to 'Start' your trial period.

If you've already spent your 15 trial period, use the following keys to register for another 7 days trial (make sure to download the lastest version of these tools):

Omni v2.5:

7DaysTrial
LJAJ3-YT4S7-V3W2A-4APW6-H5CAG

OmniCode v2.6:

7DaysTrial
NJAKB-5QVW7-9RN28-M9MKR-DWSQC
Jan
9
a month ago

The Library

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Download it

'The Library' is a new free desktop app for Sciter developers. It is a collection of helpful content (like Sciter's SDK documentation), tooling, and HTML samples, making then easily accessible for your day-to-day Sciter related work.

It has the following tabs:

  • Docs and Docs pages: documentation found in the Sciter's official SDK
  • Docs extra: more documentation and utilities written by MI Software
  • LibConsole: API documentation for LibConsole TIScript library (MI Software made)
  • SDK Samples: offers an easy way to browse and search Sciter's SDK samples
  • Playground: let's you browser a collection of open-source Sciter samples crafted by MI Software
  • Fiddler: a simple HTML editor to quickly test pages

Note the recent addition: the Fiddler tab allows you to quickly test any HTML for Sciter. It is essentially a streamlined port of OmniFiddler.

PS.: if you are really enjoy this free tool, consider OmniCode which has this Library built-in, and additionally it offers great Visual Studio Intellisense integration.

Jan
6
a month ago

Omni v2.2

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Omni v2.2 brings an adition to the samples you find in the Playground: samples with native binaries behind them.

Until now, the Playground allowed only to view HTML/CSS/script based samples, which are download from the GitHub repo here.

Now, those samples can also download .NET assemblys with native code.

Before loading the samples HTML, I search for any .dll or .exe, and use C# reflection to find any SciterEventHandler derived class and register them as native-behaviors.

If you are concerned about security (I would too), plz, trust me because only native samples I created are published.

So, for example, the NativeOxyPlot sample from Playground uses OxyPlot C# library to render charts, where the real drawing is done using a Sciter native-behavior (as described in this post):

I have plans to make the entire Library a free standalone application (the window which you find in Omni and OmniCode and where Playground is located). Stay tunned!