App Update: Incident Logger

ILLogoIn case you missed it we recently released a new version of Incident Logger as well as made it available on Android.

The recent update allows you to change the Job Number prefix as well as upload your own logo to appear on the PDF output.

We are now planning to start work on the next update of the app which will hopefully include some maps integration as well as allowing personnel to be assigned to a specific resource.

If you like the app or have any enhancements you would like to see, let us know in the comments or send us an email.

Recent App: Incident Logger

Incident-Logger-roundedOur most recentĀ app that we have develop has just gone live in the iOS App Store. Incident Logged is anĀ application design to make it easy for emergency personnel or the likes to capture incident times and outcomes.

Incident Logger has been built using our most favourite application framework Apache Cordova\Adobe PhoneGap. Using this framework will allows us to very shortly release an android version as well.

This is only version 1.0.0 with plenty of updates and new features planned to come.

If you think there is something you would like added to the app let us know.

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Using PhoneGap 3.0

PhoneGapSo today I have started experimenting with PhoneGap 3.0!

Initially I was a little hesitant in using the command line to get it up and running and also the new way to add platforms to the project, however after a few minutes I was pleasantly surprised!

Everything about the PhoneGap 3.0 just seems to make sense, from using Node.js to install it and upgrading, to have a single folder structure to house different platform versions.

Currently I have folders all over the place for the same projects one for iOS, one for Android ect. Now it just all sits under the one project folder.

One thing that I have found will need a little getting used to is editing HTML files. Traditionally I would edit them in XCode inside the project but now I need to remember to copy these changes to the parent html file otherwise they changes will be overwritten when I rebuild the project.

All in all though I did managed quite easily to get one of my existing enterprise apps up and running on iOS andAandroid, as well as a new enterprise app on iOS.

I am looking forward to seeing more improvements with PhoneGap and the upgrade from 3.0 to 3.1

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Paperclip IT have been working on mobile apps for a few years now and with our expierence we can turn your idea into a functional app available to all.

We use PhoneGap as the platform we build on meaning that when it comes to making your app available on multiple platforms (iOS, Android, Windows Phone) this is quickly achievable with little cost or time involved.

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