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E-XD++ Enterprise Edition -- Product Information

18. editing Mode and Runtime Mode

In order to deal with the relation between design and operation rationally in applications like industrial control, electronic forms, datasheets, etc, E-XD++ defines two modes: editing mode and runtime mode. In editing mode, you can do operations like drawing, editing, etc by using mouse interactively, while in runtime mode, you are not allowed to do editing operation though other interactive operations like filling forms are allowed.

Switching between the two modes can be accomplished by using the following buttons:

You can use E-XD++ to develop two different applications: one uses editing mode only and the other one uses runtime mode only. See sample applications EFormDesigner and EFormReader for detail implementation of these two modes.

The source code of these two applications is provided in E-XD++'s official version.


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