In the process of improving AppCarvers strategies and planning, we have noticed that to an extent we’ve been inconsistent in some cases when it comes to providing you timely releases.
Well, you guys know that a lot of stuff goes into this after development. Verification then testing, fixing the bugs after that retesting it and then releasing. The process is very time time consuming and lengthy. Now, number of bugs and the time needed to fix them can be uncertain for every release. To solve this issue of inconsistent release cycle we’ve come up with a solution.
Facebook login has become crucial for all the sites. Keeping the user perspective in mind, it saves a lot of energy and time of the user to fill those lengthy forms for new account creation and just by login in using the Facebook account, a new user account can be created.
For the site manager it becomes very easy to fetch all the user data which is readily available on the user’s facebook account. So, this becomes a win-win situation for both the parties.
Now implementing this Facebook login for Android and iOS app is bit of a challenge for the developers. We were also facing the same issue. Thought of blogging about it to help my fellow developers overcome this challenge.
EasySocial smartphone app and The Blog App will be getting some amazing features added in the upcoming version. Which includes gmail, facebook login and more!
It has been really long since the jUnite road map was published! Apologies for the delay in the release. However, we have made sure that the release is worth the wait.
Our developers are going that extra mile to make sure you get a rock solid stable and a user friendly jUnite 3.0 release.
As promised, we’re extremely happy to announce the release of “The Blog App”. This app is set to work with Easyblog to give your readers a way to easily read the blogs on a smartphone. Now even more ways you can get your content to your readers!
The app is currently available on Android’s Play Store and will soon be available on iTunes as well. A lot more features are planned, but since we wanted to make a release very soon, this version is a preview to what is soon to come. The app right now allows your visitors to read blogs from your site. However I promise the next version will be feature packed and will definitely have the ability to write blogs. Social sharing is another feature we are planning for the next release.
Event Owners rejoice ! The JTicketing Event Managers app for Android & IOS is here !! Scan Tickets, Look up names on your guest lists and use multiple devices without worrying about the same ticket being used twice. The JTicketing Eve...
We are super excited to announce the availability of jUnite which comes with lots & lots of awesome features. Yes, jUnite is here with Easysocial, Easyblog and JGive all in one. This is a cool new fusion of all these 3 apps in one. Write and read blogs, use your EasySocial profile and while doing the same you can also view your campaigns and monitor vital stats for donations!
Download the free app from the Android store now. We also managed to solve all our compliance issues with iTunes and it's now just waiting for the final approval from them! Great news :)
Thank you very much for all the suggestions you gave us in order to improve this app and keeping all those in mind we are ready with the jUnite roadmap for v3.0. You will soon be able to perform all your site functions through this app.
Following is the Roadmap for jUnite v3.0:
Many people have a problem of setting up and installing cordova, just to make things easier thought of writing a blog about it.
So, before starting cross platform mobile application development using cordova, you should configure your machine. It is always hard to install and configure for the newbies. There are so many platforms available like Mac, Windows, Linux etc. This will help you to setup Cordova on Mac and Linux OS.
Many a times we could land up in situation when web services for some functionality are not ready. At that time creating desired JSON and accessing it by Mock API will be a good option, so that when web service is ready you can make little changes in your code. In this post let’s see how to write Mock APIs.
HTML5 has introduced one of the very useful concept called Local Storage. Local storage can be used in applications that need to save some user data and references even after application restarts. In this article we would be talking about the methods of using the local storage.