This page is your starting place for Video Tutorials.
These videos will raise awareness for new or specific functionality and we hope they can help you when learning to use this functionality.
We would love to hear your comments. You can leave one in YouTube if you click on "YouTube" in the bottom right corner when you are viewing the video.
If you want to have a closer look at the sample that is used in the video, you can find the sources that were used - and for some videos an extended example as well - in the Samples that are shipped with the system.
This video tutorial is the first of several videos about Manipula Dialogs (in Blaise 4 this was called Maniplus). It explains the basics of Manipula Dialogs, but some knowlegde of the Blaise 4 Maniplus syntax is expected. In this video we'll explain a bit about the new layout and how you can add a procedure to a button.
We would love your feedback, so feel free to leave a comment on YouTube if you can.
Our new video tutorial about runtime shortcuts has just been released. This is functionality that is not yet well known, but which might be helpful for your surveys. The video explains what they are and when to use them. It also shows how you can create your own in 2 easy steps.
We would love your feedback, so don't be shy and leave a comment on YouTube if you can.
Our new video tutorial has just been released. It explains a bit about what session data is, how it works and what you can do with it. You get it for free when you use a primary key in your data model.
Our second video tutorial has just been released. It gives a preview of the Layout Language in Blaise 5. This functionality will be available in the official release of Blaise 5.3.0 and we wanted to show how it works.
In order to offer yet another platform for help/self-training and to raise awareness for new functionality, we have made our first video tutorial.
This first video is about edit masks. The edit mask functionality has been available since the release of Blaise 5.2.5 and we wanted to show how it works.