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Touchwood is a shopping mall in the centre of Solihull, UK.

 

The app is a modular approach to designing and developing a shopping mall app that can be used as a template to create multiple apps.

 

To access the user documentation click on the following link - Touchwood - User Documentation

 

The Touchwood app is currently under test but will be available shortly.

 


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 The ImageMap concept originated when I walked into a large office and was confronted with row upon row of desks, as is the case with many offices around the world. I thought wouldn't it be great if one had a map within ones phone that would allow one to itemise all the desks and the peaple that sat at that desk. This is how the concept of ImageMap began.

 

After working on this idea the concept morphed into a more generalized concept of intergrating two dimensional images with text and icons. This included the idea of offices and desks, the floor plan being the image and the individuals being detailed with text.

 

Assistence in creating your own office version is provided within the user documentation together with setting up the example graphics display and data load file.

 

To access the user documentation click on the following link - ImageMap - User Documentation

 

There is in addition a document of examples - ImageMap - Example DataSets

 

This app is not yet on Google Play. It can be downloaded here.

 

 


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Retail is a retail concept app. It was developed to explore the utilisation of both a tablet and a mobile within the retail environment utilising the Android fragment to deliver an optimum solution for each.

 

The current version is 1.0.1.

 

To access the user documentation click on the following link -

Retail - User Documentation

 

This document is also available in pdf format for download.

 

This app is not on Google Play. It can be downloaded here.

 


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CandJ is a concept app. It was developed to explore the concept of drawing wires on top of a graphics canvas. It came about after working at an aircraft company where electrical cabinets were produced. It demonstrates how the current method of connecting the wires could be improved upon by having an Android tablet and displaying the wiring using the tablet. It would replace the current process of having pages of reports allowing the skilled production workers to access the required information in less time. The result would be a process that would be more efficient and less prone to error.

 

CandJ comes pre-loaded with example data so that you can immediate see the graphical interface.

 

To access the user documentation click on the following link -

CandJ - User Documentation

 

This document is also available in pdf format for download.

 

This app is not on Google Play. It can be downloaded here.

 

 


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AssetCheckPlusMap is an app that extends the previous app, AssetCheck. It takes AssetCheck, rebuilds and extends it. It includes access to Google Map as one of its additional features. This makes it ideal for organisations who have assets that require regular checks and are physically dispersed.

You should note that the app uses Google Map which is owned by Google. There can be a license fee to pay depending on the circumstances of its usage.

 

AssetCheckPlusMap comes pre-loaded with example data so that you can get an immediate feel for it.

 

AssetCheckPlusMap can be found on the Google Play web site but can also be downloaded here.

 

To access the user documentation click on the following link -

AssetCheckPlusMap - User Documentation

 

This document is also available in pdf format for download.

 

The following are the two import files that contain the pre-loaded data.

AssetCheckPlusMap - Example of Asset Import CSV File

 

AssetCheckPlusMap - Example of Pull Down List Import CSV File

 

 

 


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AssetCheck is also an Android App. Like InventoryCount it is designed for use in medium to large organisations. It is aimed at organisations where physical checks of assets to maintain their quality and reliability is a requirement. It allows the import of assets through flat csv files allowing a user to utilise an android based smart phone or tablet. After physical inspection has been carried out it allows the export of the updated data through a flat csv file and hence back to the asset database.

 

AssetCheck can be found on the Google Play web site but can also be downloaded here.

 

 

To access the user documentation click on the following link -

AssetCheck - User Documentation

 

This document is also available in pdf format for download.

 

The following are examples of the two import files that are used within the documentation and might be of use in getting to know AssetCheck.

AssetCheck - Example of Asset Import CSV File

 

AssetCheck - Example of Pull Down List Import CSV File

 


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InventoryCount was Blueshire Services first Android App. It has since been updated. It is designed to be used in medium to large organisations where physical inventory counts are routinely carried out and computerised inventory levels are maintained. It allows the import of current inventory levels through flat csv files allowing a user to utilise an android based smart phone or tablet to check actual against expected inventory levels.

 

InventoryCount can be found on the Google Play web site but can also be downloaded here.

 

To access the user documentation click on the following link -

InventoryCount - User Documentation

 

This document is also available in pdf format for download.

 

The following is an example import file that is used within the documentation and might be of use in getting to know InventoryCount.

InventoryCount - Example Import CSV File