OpenMobas0.9.0 Here is the first beta release of the OpenMobas framework. It is currently very beta, as I have not finished modularizing and automating the installation script, as well as updating it to the latest version of PHP. It requires bcmath and mcrypt php libraries. It currently consists of 29 modules, that provide a variety of SAS functions, including CRM, a double entry accounting system, an open item invoicing and payment system layered over that accounting system, a report and statement generation system, a trouble ticketing maintenance system, a lead management system, a file upload and management system, and a property management system(its original functionality). It contains a very robust and flexible access access control system built around object, roles, and actions, allowing for very fine grained control of user permissions. It is uploaded here as a sample of some of the software I have written over the years, and is not intended for use as it currently stands. It released under the GNU Affero General Public License and copyright Mimir Software Corporation and Kevin Milhoan.
This is a project I wrote a number of years ago, and I’m just uploading it so people can download and examine it. It is open source. Read more about it here http://mimirsoft.com/lightweight-access-control-list/
This tutorial covers how to add a menu to an activity, and then launch another activity from that menu. Its a very VERY simple tutorial, with 2 methods added to the standard hello world tutorial.
Download it here. Tutorial14.tar
In this tutorial, we add the ability to delete a selected entry from our database. The user must first click the item from the list, then click the on delete button. If the user clicks the delete button first without having selected an entry, nothing happens! We have retained the save and edit features from previous entries.
Download it here.Tutorial13.tar
This is a continuation of Tutorial11. In this tutorial, we not only save to the database, but we can now click on the list, make a change to that entry, and then save it back to the database. We do this by using setOnItemClickListener, OnItemClickListener and OnItemClick. We get our entry for updating from the database and update is back to the database with getById and update methods that we added to our database helper.
Download it here – Tutorial12.tar
This is a beta of my QuickQuote helper app. This app is designed to take a small amount of data, store it, and then let you email or text it to someone later. This is useful for contractors who need to send quotes to people.
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Warning – this was written for Android 2.4 and is no longer valid – In this tutorial, we show how to store a text string in a database. This allows us to make a list of thing, that we can store in and retrieve from a database. This tutorial uses the ViewHolder class, DatabaseHelper class, and a Custom CursorAdapter We will be using this tutorial as the basis for the next several videos.
Download it here.Tutorial11.tar
This tutorial covers the most basic example of how to pull data from a database and display it in a list in your application. We are pulling from a preloaded database(see tutorial 9) This is done by using a Cursor to hold the results of the query, which when then pass to the CursorAdapter object. A CursorAdapter is just a little bit different from an ArrayAdapter. We also use the ViewHolder technique in this video(see tutorials 7 and 8).
Download it here. Tutorial10.tar
In this tutorial we cover the most basic example of how to include a prepopulated database in your application. We include the application in our assets folder, and the code does the rest. Very simple, two files and two classes.
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This is basically the same as Tutorial 3, except we use the pressing of the center of the D-pad to add to our listview, instead of an onscreen button.
Download it here. Tutorial6.tar