Posts Tagged ‘intellisense’


 

PrimalScript adds Custom PrimalSense (Part 3: Cached and dynamic data lists)

Thursday, September 17th, 2015 by Alex Riedel
With the latest service build (7.1.67) of PrimalScript 2015 we introduced a new feature; custom PrimalSense. In the first part of this series we showed you how to create a simple list and what options you have for providing data for these lists. In the second part we showed you how to make these lists multi-select and how to add images to your items. If you missed the previous posts, click here for part 1 and here for part 2. Some if the information you want to display in a PrimalSense list is not static. It can change dynamically from…   More »

PrimalScript adds Custom PrimalSense (Part 2: Images and multiple selection)

Wednesday, September 16th, 2015 by Alex Riedel
With the latest service build (7.1.67) of PrimalScript 2015 we introduced a new feature; custom PrimalSense. In the first part of this series we showed you how to create a simple list and what options you have for providing data for these lists. If you missed the post, click here. If your list has just a single type of items an image is not really necessary, but if you have different types, it would be nice to give these items a visual distinction. Let’s take a look at the ‘machines’ example that gets installed with PrimalScript. We have different icons…   More »

PrimalScript adds Custom PrimalSense (Part 1: Basic lists and static data)

Tuesday, September 15th, 2015 by Alex Riedel
With the latest service build (7.1.67) of PrimalScript 2015 we introduced a new feature; custom PrimalSense. While many items in a script can be determined dynamically based on context and offered as a selection in a list, there are equally as many items that are tied to your specific environment or your business logic. There is simply no way we can foresee these items and offer them as you need them. What we can do however, is to enable you to customize PrimalSense and create your own lists, based on your needs and your environment. Invoking these custom lists is…   More »