Initialize Device with Logiak Runner

Logiak Runner is a native app for both Android and iPhone, available in Google Play and in AppStore.

Once you initialize, this app will download the appropriate App configuration (given the App assigned to the User Account you initialize with) and will then transform itself into the App you have configured.

When you first run the App you will see a button with which you can scan a QR code. The QR Code you need to scan is the one within the Deployment (the Access tab)

Once the device has fetched the Deployment details, you can initialize the device by entering the email and password of an End User Account which has been assigned a User Role in this Deployment.

Voila.

Here is the Community Health App running on a device. It is not very exciting yet. We didn't configure anything to happen on login. That is, you can't even login.

Fast Development Cycle Example

It has taken some few steps to get the App up and running, but now we can make fast progress, particularly in Development Mode.

Let us look at an example.

You don't like the colours in the login screen? Let us change them.

  1. Navigate to the Project and go into the Project
  2. Select the Apps tab
  3. Go into the Community Health App.
  4. Click Theme tab.
  5. Click the Change button underneath "Primary Swatch"
  1. Select a new Primary colour.
  2. Click Ok
  3. Then click the Update button to save the new colour.

Now, on the device, click the refresh button in the top right of the screen. This button only appears when the init was done on a Deployment in devmode.

It fetches the current App configuration from the server and the App is updated with the colour change immediately.

No items found.

Initialize Device with Logiak Runner

Logiak Runner is a native app for both Android and iPhone, available in Google Play and in AppStore.

Once you initialize, this app will download the appropriate App configuration (given the App assigned to the User Account you initialize with) and will then transform itself into the App you have configured.

When you first run the App you will see a button with which you can scan a QR code. The QR Code you need to scan is the one within the Deployment (the Access tab)

Once the device has fetched the Deployment details, you can initialize the device by entering the email and password of an End User Account which has been assigned a User Role in this Deployment.

Voila.

Here is the Community Health App running on a device. It is not very exciting yet. We didn't configure anything to happen on login. That is, you can't even login.

Fast Development Cycle Example

It has taken some few steps to get the App up and running, but now we can make fast progress, particularly in Development Mode.

Let us look at an example.

You don't like the colours in the login screen? Let us change them.

  1. Navigate to the Project and go into the Project
  2. Select the Apps tab
  3. Go into the Community Health App.
  4. Click Theme tab.
  5. Click the Change button underneath "Primary Swatch"
  1. Select a new Primary colour.
  2. Click Ok
  3. Then click the Update button to save the new colour.

Now, on the device, click the refresh button in the top right of the screen. This button only appears when the init was done on a Deployment in devmode.

It fetches the current App configuration from the server and the App is updated with the colour change immediately.

Next Step:
No items found.