This is my New App in MacAppstore.
BillPower for budget management.
The simplest management for counting daily how much you spend and how much you earn.
With BillPower you can have an archive of customers and suppliers and record payments received daily
and the expenditure incurred for the purchase of products from its suppliers.
You can manage your employees by recording the salary and any advances.
BillPower makes reports available for you to check the company's balance sheet.
With BillPower you can:
- Having an archive Clients, Employees and Suppliers
@Michel B Nice merged rows. Have you used Karen's control ?
Hi Michel, no I didn't used Karen's controls (I don't know Karen..).
I've used calendar control from Jeremy Leroy and changed the UI and most of the logic,
the other parts I've created myself.. (is good to learn the Xojo stuff ;-) )
What controls does Karen offer ? is there a website available about this controls ?
Ps, tnx for the round corner source code part. it's used in the application rounded corners
Very nice app from what the screenshots show. But it shows the main problem of the MacApp Store. This is an app for business and not consumers, right? And your price this at 12.99$? Ouch. I'd say you should increase the price to 10x. Not 10% but 10x.
@Beatrix W Very nice app from what the screenshots show. But it shows the main problem of the MacApp Store. This is an app for business and not consumers, right? And your price this at 12.99$? Ouch. I'd say you should increase the price to 10x. Not 10% but 10x.
True, but this is the first app in Xojo (macOS) and I would know how the MAS is working / converting.. so I have putted the price low..
@Peter V True, but this is the first app in Xojo (macOS) and I would know how the MAS is working / converting.. so I have putted the price low..
Maybe you just add an info to the MAS Desciption, mentioning that this is just an introducing offer for x days/weeks and then you can raise the price. :)
Even in the MAS, there are apps much more expensive. I would not start at $12.99.
$29.95 is peanuts for a salon. Or even $99.99. It is barely what they charge a customer for a single session.
At so low a price, you are appearing as amateur and less credible.
And to steer this back on subject: I found this in the wild today!
I don't know if the author is a participant here on the forum.
The website says it's a RealBasic app, and you can see RealStudio sitting in the dock in the screenshots.
I also propose we stop posting giant screenshots in this thread, it ducks up the way the scroll to latest post thing works.
HDRtist NX was approved today, was in-review for about 5 minutes!
HDRtist NX is the third installment in the HDRtist series of applications that Ohanaware started back in 2009. NX is the absolute latest and most advanced version to date, featuring brand new technology and functionality that Ohanaware have been refining in the last 7 years.
## What makes HDRtist NX so special? ##
more information http://www.machdr.com
Congrats on HDRtist, Sam! Has a great look and feel! Ii like the gauge animations a lot (although I have no use for a HDR app now, but I tested the demo and I’d wish for more apps with interfaces like that. Fun to use!).
Did you see that the DMG is not signed?
@Ulrich B Congrats on HDRtist, Sam!
@Ulrich B Has a great look and feel! Ii like the gauge animations a lot (although I have no use for a HDR app now, but I tested the demo and I’d wish for more apps with interfaces like that. Fun to use!).
Thanks Ulrich, I'm pleased to hear that you like the interface, it's the first iteration of something I've been dreaming about for years.
@Ulrich B Did you see that the DMG is not signed?
I didn't, I've just checked it and sure enough it has a valid code signature, but the latest version of Sierra is rejecting it. Yeah just what I need! Don't ya just love the macOS?
My latest app on MAS is
This free app came as an inspiration last year from a church service to be thankful for the blessings in our lives and to journal it. The initial app was developed in SWIFT for the iOS last year which I plan to code in Xojo for a future release.
This Mac version is written solely in Xojo and was a joy to work with.
Apart from being able to journal the blessings in your life, it comes built in with two complete Bible versions, the King James Version and the Web English Bible. You can use the easy to use insert a verse or passages into the journal entries. There is also to search through the entire bible for the relevant keywords or phrase.
As an inspirational tool, it also comes with over 200 specially curated bible verses
It comes complete with the option to share the journal entries to inspire others through the MacOS built in Share Menu extensions.