Add Custom Headers to m-Power Requests

In any web-based application, such as m-Power, a browser is used to load the application, display any data, or even handle any actions. The browser does this through a process called a request. In order to ensure that the browser receives the requested information, various identification methods are used including passing cookies and headers. For … Continue reading Add Custom Headers to m-Power Requests

Auto-Refreshing m-Power Applications

Throughout your time as an m-Power developer, you may have a desire to have some of your applications automatically refresh their data without user intervention. This may be useful in a variety of settings, including: -A list of open work orders, displayed on the shop floor. -An executive dashboard that monitors key financials. -New sales … Continue reading Auto-Refreshing m-Power Applications