@Michel Bujardet [quote]You can set the Corner Radii in the WebStyle for the button. That is where you make square buttons, but you could as well make round buttons. The same style feature would make round pictures such as often used by Bootstrap. [/quote]
Thank you, this is working great. The login screen pops up, in that specific layout. Very nice & doable. The actual Xojo login screen is at the background, is it possible to remove this and put the new login screen in place?
Sure, Bootstrap is a wonderful thing. Even though when the design can be made that it will be more modern it should be a great achievement. In the end (next to the layout) it goes about the user-friendlyness of the app and added value it will bring.
I agree. From this perspective I would like to work within Xojo without deviating too much into another languages.
Very nice class for the mobile responsiveness, thank you for this suggestion.
Yes, I agree and that is exactly the reason why I started this topic. Even when my first message was too Bootstrap minded. When I implemented your workaround I am more reassured about the possibilities for the design with Xojo.
I hope that the users who created these stunning apps, as you mentioned, would like to share their best practices.
Thank you Tim for the example, I get your point. What Michel suggested and explained above is definitely a good alternative, bearing in mind its limitations. What I saw about the blocsapp was probably a thing ‘too good to be true’ Are you planning to expand WebStudio with more features, like the login screen, user interface etc. ? I just took the login screen as an example to start with something small rather than building a ‘big house’ ;). Even when it is not that important.
Of course, it should be taken into consideration: is it really necessary to allow users to view the web app on a smartphone? Well, to be honest, in my specific case it won’t.