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Issue: 16.1 (January/February 2018)
Author: Marc Zeedar
Author Bio: When xDev publisher Marc Zeedar was a kid he used to create magazines just for fun. Now he's doing it for a living!
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If you like xDev in print, now's your chance. We're now accepting pre-orders for xDev Archive 15—a huge 578-page printed book of all of last year's issues.

The best part is that, as always, pre-orders are 25% off, and since existing subscribers also get a 25% discount, you can combine the two offers and get the new book for 50% off!

However, the pre-order discount is only available through January 19, 2018, so you'll have to hurry. Place your order today: http://xdevmag.com/bookpreorder-subscriber.shtml

In This Issue

Normally we do a brief write-up of the London MBS Conference, but since I got to go this year, we have a more extensive report from Richard Duke and myself—along with lots of pictures.

Ulrich Bogun has an article with an interesting technique to communicate between Xojo and Filemaker, allowing the best of both environments to shine.

JC Cruz shows how to create a custom data model, and Eugene Dakin explains how to implement a Byte Order Marker (BOM) with Xojo.

Finally, I demo a project that uses two different techniques for retrieving stock prices on the internet.

In our columns, Paul covers Xojo 2017r3, Craig explores disaster recovery, Scott gives tips on packaging Linux apps, and I try to explain "scope." Enjoy!

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