Create your own components

You can extend the functionality in Omnis Studio by creating your own components using C++ and including them in your applications. You can create components for the JavaScript Client to use in your web and mobile apps, create customized Omnis DAMs, or create External Components and Java Objects.
 


JavaScript Components

October 2016
The following SDK (source code) will allow you to create your own components to add to your web and mobile apps that use JavaScript Client based remote forms.
JavaScript Component SDK Windows source Windows-JSSDK...zip
OSX source OSX-JSSDK...zip
JavaScript Component Docs Online JSSDK

 


External Components and Java Objects

Updated October 2016
You can create your own Studio components using C++ and include them in your applications. You can download the source and documentation that will help you create your own components. The documentation needed to create Java Objects is also available here.
Omnis Component Source Windows source Windows-SDK...zip
  Mac OSX source OSX-SDK...dmg
External Component Documentation PDF / Online Extcomp.pdf or View online
Omnis Java API Manual PDF Omnis_Java_API.pdf

 


Data Access Modules (DAMs)

Updated October 2016
The DAM SDK lets you develop customized Non-Visual Unicode Data Access Modules for use with Omnis Studio 8.x. The DAM SDK contains the DAM API base library (damlib) as well as source code for a sample/generic DAM that you can use as a starting point.
Please refer to the reference manual for instructions on installing, building and developing.
DAM SDK Win32/64-bit damsdkv802_win3264.zip
  macOS 64-bit damsdkv802_macOS.zip
  Linux 64-bit damsdkv802_lnx64.zip
DAM API Reference PDF DAMAPI.pdf

 

 

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