We first presented the jsRO Delphi and .Net native interfaces when Thinfinity VirtualUI was launched, and we wrote several articles about it. Some months ago we implemented the jsRO native interface for C++. Today we will share with you how to create custom events in your application and replicate them in the web page.
An application can accept command line arguments when invoked. This allows the user to send additional information to the application when it is executed.
When an application is launched, the OS passes the command line arguments to the application as a collection of string values, using a white-space as separator.
Applications receive external arguments on a regular basis: when you open a document by clicking on its icon, the OS selects the associated executable program and calls it, sending the full document filename to the program as an argument.
Thinfinity VirtualUI allows you to send external arguments to applications in a transparent way, which works exactly like sending arguments from the command line.
In a previous post we discussed how to apply general custom settings to Thinfinity Remote Desktop Server. Today, we will learn how to customize the Thinfinity Remote Desktop Server toolbar in depth.
By default, the toolbar displays the wider range of options within reach for the end users. But, as an administrator or integrator, you might want to restrict the end user from accessing some of these options, or all of them. Thinfinity Remote Desktop has a method for applying settings to the toolbar so you can tweak it according to your preferences. These settings will be applied before the connection occurs and will affect all users and all connections in the Thinfinity Remote Desktop server installation.