How to add a Twitter feed to your web application

Whether or not you love social media or you hate social media, it can really help your business apps. How? For one thing, it can provide valuable information that you can’t get from your data. For instance, your data can tell you what’s happening in your business. Social media can tell you what people are… Continue reading »

Installing Tomcat 7 on Windows

Installing Tomcat 7 on Windows   With the June 2012 release, m-Power now fully supports the use of Tomcat 7. For your convenience, this has been packaged into an exe file to automatically upgrade your m-Power instances from Tomcat 6 to Tomcat 7. Note: mrc strongly recommends installing Tomcat 7 only on development first, testing… Continue reading »

Adding User Privilege Parameters to Applications

User Privilege Parameters is a feature in m-Power that can greatly enhance the end user experience. The key benefit to this functionality is that parameters are set in session and are accessible throughout every application. They are saved to a user’s profile and are available every time a user logs in.  Not only does this… Continue reading »

How to add record-level commenting to your applications

This post is a continuation of the previous post, “How create commenting capabilities for use with any web application.” You must first complete the steps listed in that post before completing the instructions below. Now that you’ve created the basic commenting capabilities (described in the previous post), we’re now going to add commenting ability to… Continue reading »

How to add a comment dialog box to any application

This post is a continuation of the previous post, “How create commenting capabilities for use with any web application.” You must first complete the steps listed in that post before completing the instructions below. Now that you’ve created the basic commenting capabilities (described in the previous post), we’re now going to add a comment box… Continue reading »