Databases in Designer Applications

Databases in Designer Applications

Saving data is crucial for web applications where you need to capture user information. Subsequently, the way you structure database tables can save you the headache when it’s time to analyze the data collected. In SpreadsheetWEB, designer applications can store input...
How to make a line graph in Excel

How to make a line graph in Excel

Widely used in various fields, a line chart is one of the staples of data visualization. Line graphs (charts) are a graphic representation of data shown on lines across the chart area.In a line chart, lines typically represent categories, and are drawn between data...
Email Notifications in Designer Applications

Email Notifications in Designer Applications

SpreadsheetWEB allows setting up email triggers in designer applications, which can be very useful in notifying users when certain events occur. Email notifications must be tied to an Action button, and when the button is pressed, the email process will run and send...
Excel Export in Designer Applications

Excel Export in Designer Applications

The ability to generate an export from your application in Excel or Word format is especially useful for enabling your users to get printable reports. An Excel export can be preferable when you want your users to be able to analyze the results. In this tutorial we’re...

What’s New in SpreadsheetWeb 6.7

When dealing with multiple questions that would require “yes/no” type of answers, you could create dozens of checkboxes. However, that really wouldn’t be very space efficient, and could make analyzing the data much harder as you might if you need to aggregate it. You...
Custom Notifications in Designer Applications

Custom Notifications in Designer Applications

Custom Notifications feature allows setting up application data queries, which will trigger automated email notifications when the predetermined conditions are met. This feature is especially useful for tracking system entries and notifying users based on a set of...
How to create a gauge chart in Excel

How to create a gauge chart in Excel

A gauge chart (also known as dial or speedometer) is a type of visualization that typically displays one data field on a maximum-minimum scale. The fact that a single value is shown sets gauges aside from other visualizations.Although gauges are commonly used in...
Multi-selection Controls

Multi-selection Controls

There are situations where user would need to make multiple selections from a long list of options in a SpreadsheetWeb application. Let’s take the attached workbook used to calculate a patient’s medical risk based on family and own medical conditions. Note that all...