Welcome to Maximizer Developer Connect

Wednesday, January 2, 2019 - 07:09

What has the Maximizer development team been cooking? Here's a look at some of the new features that we're working on in Maximizer CRM 2019. We're super excited about these new features, and are eager to hear your comments on them, good or bad. Please let us know in the comments below what you think about them, if you find them useful, or if you have any problems using them.

These features are still in an early "preview" stage, and aren't ready for use in production apps yet, but with the help of your feedback we hope to transition them to "beta" and then general release soon so that we can all start using them in our apps.

Friday, November 9, 2018 - 03:31

Hi everyone,

I just wanted to take a moment to share one of my favourite development tools with you... If you are using Maximizer.Web.Data for an existing project, or if you're considering using it for an upcoming project, I'd really encourage you to check out this set of Maximizer.Web.Data collections for Postman.
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Tuesday, November 1, 2016 - 08:35

With the discontinuation of Maximizer Windows Access in Maximizer CRM 2017, we hope that many of you will migrate your existing Windows Access integrations to Maximizer Web Access. To help focus API development on the features and issues that will make this process easier, we want to hear from you about the sorts of issues you're facing when migrating your applications from the desktop to the web.

Which Web Access APIs are you most interested in using in your applications? What problems are you encountering when developing applications for Web Access? Are there any features that you'd like to see added to the Web Access APIs?

Please let us know in the comments, by posting in the forums, or by creating a feature request.

Latest Community Content

This project uses the MenuBuilder API to illustrate several different scenarios:

These are simple test pages that can be used to test whether the MaximizerWebData service is working correctly. Each page allows you to input the URL for the service endpoint, along with the Address Book and username/password (unless using Windows Auth) to use when connecting, and makes a request to the Authenticate method of the API to try to retrieve a token and displays the results.

Instructions

The following walkthrough demonstrates how to create a simple following tab using the Following Tab API. Documentation for the Following Tab API can be found in the "Following Tab API" chapter in the Customization Suite Guide Volume II.

Step 1: Create the HTML Following Tab Contents

This example displays the Key of the entry that is selected in the main parent grid, and updates the Key whenever a new entry is selected. It also allows you to add the current entry to the "Recent Entries" list in Web Access.