GraphPad configured for estimating scaffolding.

The following video is a proof of concept demonstration of GraphPad configured for estimating scaffolding.  It should be noted that this demonstration is based on the features currently under development for the configurable version of GraphPad, and not for any product currently available for sale.  Customers who are interested in these and other features are encouraged to contact me with their suggestions, and to be sure the new product will be able to meet their needs.  Larger companies that are interested in having a custom app based on GraphPad will find more information on my website:

http://www.graphPadPro.com

Thanks!

Rob

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New Features Under Development

The following video shows features still under development that represent my total vision for GraphPad.  While I still don’t have a timeframe for when these features will be available, customers who are interested in these capabilities are encourage to go ahead and contact me now to insure that the end product will meet their companies needs.

For more information on GraphPad, please go to my website:

http://www.graphPadPro.com

Thanks!

Rob

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All the new Features being worked on for GraphPad

This video shows how all the new features I’ve been working on, including some I haven’t discussed until now, will work together in GraphPad.  Although these features still need some work, I encourage users to consider the possibilities and to contact me if they have any suggestions no how they could be used or enhanced.

If you have any suggestions or would like to learn more about GraphPad, please contact me through my website:

http://www.graphPadPro.com

Thanks!

Rob

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GraphPad – Features under development

The configurable tables I’ve been working on are designed to fully interact with the library, drawing engine and all the new features I’m adding.  This video shows what I’m planning on doing, from fill areas that automatically calculate the cost of pouring cement, to adding gutters to a roof design, to assembling scaffolding by snapping objects together from the library – this video demonstrates how effective GraphPad can be when configured to meet your companies needs.  I also demonstrate how GraphPad can be integrated with a backend system through a web service that gives each employee their daily appointments displayed on a MapView.  After selecting an appointment your employees can get turn by turn directions from the currently location, and when they arrive, the customers information can automatically pre-populate any forms that are opened.  All these capabilities are already very far along in their development dramatically reducing the time it would take to create custom applications from scratch!

Companies wanting to learn more about GraphPad should go to my website at:

http://www.graphPadPro.com

 

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New feature under development: Configurable tables with object components.

 

The following video demonstrates a new feature under development, configurable tables and object components. Tables can be configured with various numbers of columns and footers, and can count not only objects, but the components used to make up an object. For example: a gutter symbol may represent a gutter/downspout attachment, 2 45 degree bends, an 8 foot length of down pipe, a 90 angle and a defuser. By adding a single symbol to a drawing, all the components are added to the table and the total number of components calculated and tracked as the drawing is created.

This feature is currently under development, but I would love to hear from users who find this interesting and to understand how they might use configurable tables and object components.

 

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Configurable tables

The following video shows a new feature I’ve wanted to add to GraphPad for a long time – configurable tables.  I currently only have a couple of tables available in GraphPad – a legend, which automatically captures images of anything added to a drawing along with a description, and a summary table that shows the number of items added along with their costs and calculates a total.  These tables are “hard coded”, meaning they are quite limited in how the function or how they can be changed.  The feature allows me to configure any number of tables, with various numbers of columns, footers, and calculations.  In addition, a table can include a field that automatically resizes the height of a row to accommodate long text strings, like descriptions or detailed instructions.  The video below demonstrates these new tables and how they might be used in the field to capture dimensions, perform engineering calculations, etc.

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Configuration Example: Termite & Pest Control company

I’m in the process of creating the configuration for a Termite and Pest Control Company and I created a video to show them their new form and library symbols which they’re allowing me to share on this blog.  The setup consists of one of their inspection forms and a set of symbols they will be using for their drawings.  The setup has so far only taken a couple of hours.  I was able to use a PDF of their actual form as a background and just layout the form fields and checkboxes on top.  Their symbol library was also easy to create since it consisted primarily of letters enclosed by either a circle or a square.  I encountered a couple of issues with the checkboxes, however.  Their form shows the checkbox as being very small making it difficult on the iPad for a user to click inside of  – but that should be an easy fix.  The video below shows the current state of their configuration and should be of interest to anyone considering having GraphPad customized for their company.

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