I went to a WordPress meetup and the presenter was discussing the content on your website. Why are you doing one and what are your goals. That stumped me for a while, I’ve sort of fallen in the habit of building something and my previous goals which were not met have fallen by the wayside.
Following on from the 2 previous videos relating to this app, after a task has been completed, an email can be sent to the project manager, and others via the app to advise of its completion. So we need to take this item off the TO DO list and move it to another list, and
Developing and exploring the GlideApp into different areas has been fun and interesting. This particular app was for someone i worked with who also sells honey with a group of people, and one location is at an outdoor market stall. I thought it would be handy for people who were not prepared to buy immediately
Further to HopOnHopOff (HOHO) for bus tour I could see that this idea could be extended to other instances like Museums, Art Galleries and events. A way of extending the information about a specific subject by translating it into different languages, thereby allowing people to engage more with the subject at hand. So, my initial
Following on from the HopOnHopOff tourist translation app that I developed and discussed in an earlier post, I wanted to extend the features in the app to suit specific needs. I decided to explore a Defects List app for a building site. Defect lists are common, both during and at the end of contracts. Near,