heubach media has released a new version of ‘hmTapi‘. It allows you (on Windows only) to control your phone from within 4D.
The plugin directly access to the Microsoft Windows TAPI interface. That means that you need only a TAPI capable phone to dial from your application. hmTAPI also indicates incoming calls and so you have the possibility to show the right contact direct out of your database.
Prices start from 117,81 € (net: 99 €) for a developer, 355,81€ (net: 299 €) for a single server and 950,81 € (net: 799 €) for an unlimited version.
Prices include the 19% VAT.
Net prices are for customers outside the EU and business customers inside the EU with a valid VAT-ID.
QPix is a long time lasting 4D plugin from Escape Ltd. It’s unmatched picture processing capabilites needed a break after Apple got rid of QuickTime. Now QPix is back.
Q2Pix is the modern successor to QPix and the first member of a new generation of 4D add-ons which are more than just plug-ins. Rather, they are 4D extensions combining a plug-in and open-source 4D components that blend the plug-in with modern 4D features, such as subforms, objects and JSON.
Q2Pix handles raster as well as vector images, and offers comprehensive support for Adobe’s extensible metadata platform (XMP), the industry standard for metadata.
A rich image viewer widget implemented in a supplied open-source 4D component combines a Q2Pix plug-in area with common 4D form objects. The menubar and toolbar are written in 4D and are customizable. A sidebar, also written in 4D, can be shown when displaying multi-page images such as TIFF and PDF, and help with thumbnail-based navigation.
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