I've been so swamped with the project I'm in that I haven't had a chance to write! Fortunately, one of my colleagues did have a chance and is starting a series on how to leverage Eclipse to manage your CSS and SASS sheets instead of the Scout and Sublime approach.
Last time in this series, I wrote about the concept of roles and ways to design roles for a Mendix application. This time I’m going to talk about implementing security in the Entity and how that compares to setting up security in the User Interface (UI).
These past few weeks have been incredibly busy. I actually didn’t have a chance to post anything last week because of the busy schedule of developing. That and the six-week old addition to my family. This last week however proved to be one of the most fruitful. Not only am I gathering requirements, designing solutions, developing and deploying at an unprecedented rate using Mendix, but I slowed down long enough to actually use the application. The insight was invaluable and something I’m going to spend a few minutes describing so that you, too, will remember how important this is.