Well another smaller WebApp: It's calculating the Run-Up start distance of light and small aircrafts under various runway conditions (like wet grass, mud, snow etc.). With the help of XOJO it just took 2 hours to develop, most time spend on debugging. Sorry in german only, enjoy!
Another small WebApp launched today. it helps me in teaching sportpilots. It's calculating a wind corretion angle for navigation purposes. You can start it here:
(Sorry everything in german, again)
for a local school I built a website to run their chemistry-quiz in this advent season. The participants are kids from the same school and from other schools in the area. The questions and answers to the quiz are prepared and filmed by a group of kids and their chemistry-teacher. From December 1. to December 24. each day a new question will appear on the site. Kids can register and participate and also win some mall prizes (the answers of the kids are saved to a database).
The last two years there was a physics-quiz (and I also built the website then). With Xojo-Web I built the interactive part of the site (the quiz-page, registration form, contact form). The web apps are embedded into the normal html page with the help of iframes. The site will be online until mid-January 2017.
Registration form: http://www.scheffold-gymnasium.de/advent/register/register.html
Contact form: http://www.scheffold-gymnasium.de/advent/contact/contact.html
This is a nice thread.
I finally am taking a dive into Xojo Web apps (finally working in a company willing to give it a go) and seeing some of these implementations gives me tons of ideas. I only wish some older examples had included screenshots, as the websites are now gone.
I was hired by a client to write an app that uses 20 Raspberry Pi's to send weather data to a cloud app. It allows the user to set relays on the PI. Each Pi is attached to power generators. If the wind turbines are not moving fast enough, the pi or user can start a diesel generator.
I used Xojo for both the web app and the Pi.
Here is a video on the part part:
Here is the weather station that it reads:
It also used a humidity/temperature sensor.
And a four port relay board.
The cloud side reads all the data from each Pi and shows a similar interface. This lets any user get data from any Pi via their smart phone or tablet. The user just needs to go to one website to see all the PI units and their status.
Here is a web app I'm working on:
It is in Portuguese.
Usuário (User): operador
Senha (Password): operator
It's main purpose is to manage PPE (Personal Protective Equipment) and workers exposition to health and safety labor risks.
It took me some effort to embed biometric capability in the web app using this reader: Nitgen Hamster DX
Quelle belle interface, quelle belle application, @ValéryTarondeau ! Je pense que je vais modeler quelque chose de ton app, si vous ne fais pas des objections..
The following Web application is being used by various schools to manage and record their student's behaviour throughout the year. I've attached three videos displaying how the application works. These are in French as the majority of my schools are currently French, though English videos will follow shortly.
@LeonidasBrasileiro How did you made those WebPopupMenus with autocomplete? I would like to add that feature...
First, thank you...the aim is to have a very easy to use interface as teachers already have too many things to do in a day. :)
For the autocomplete, I simply used the version from the example in the Xojo "Example Projects/web/controls/webcombobox" example and made a few minor changes.