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    Shots2010 has been ported to webOS! This is a useful immunization guide originally conceived by Kent Willyard for PalmOS. Since then it's been managed by the GIE. I've been in contact with Kent and the GIE about a webOS version. Here's a sneak preview of the conversion I did over the weekend (yes, it took me only 2 days in Ares)



    One GIE gives their approval, I shall release it in the App Catalog.
    Last edited by palmdoc2005; 12/29/2010 at 01:38 AM.
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    Palmdoc you are amazing!!!
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    OK I have uploaded the app to a private beta url (not in the Palm feeds) for closed beta testing. If you would like to test this app please PM me and I shall let you have the link. Conditions for beta testing:
    1) do not share the app (since I don't have GIE's official blessing yet)
    2) provide feedback
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    its working great in my little trial of it.Is it possible to increase the size of the schedules for selecting a specific vaccine?The buttons are small and possibly if we could scroll down if their size is to be increased that would e just fine.Great pictures and all the added information for each vaccine and their subsequent age groups is great i definitely have to say
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    Not possible the way it is coded right now since it's a static background image ("buttons" and all) from the Shots website. There aren't real buttons as such but I put the whole page layout as "absolute" and then transparent "rows" over the buttons for the individual vaccines, and specify onTap events for the "rows". I find this is the easiest way to do the conversion.
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    ok thanks.i guess pinch and zoom etc could be put in later
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    Looks good. If you redo to the graphics of the schedules and use icons +/- text on lower menu, and this would be golden.
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    I can't redo the graphics of the schedules since that's from the official site. I had a go at making icons for the menu buttons at the bottm row but gave up and went with text instead. Maybe in a future version (Shots2011?)
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    i guess with Epocrates leaving you are giving webos medical apps the shot in the arm that we need to boost them
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    Quote Originally Posted by palmdoc2005 View Post

    OK I have uploaded the app to a private beta url (not in the Palm feeds) for closed beta testing. If you would like to test this app please PM me and I shall let you have the link. Conditions for beta testing:
    1) do not share the app (since I don't have GIE's official blessing yet)
    2) provide feedback
    I found my Pre again. Can I beta test it?
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    Sure, PM me your email
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    palmdoc this looks like something that would help me when parents come in to register and my nurse is not available. I would to beta test as well.
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    OK sent you both PMs
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    Where do we provide the feedback?
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    You could discuss the app right here.
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    OK I am now changing status of the app to Open beta testing. Install directly into your device using this URL:

    Palm USA | Palm webOS Applications | Mobile apps that go further.

    I would be interested to know if it works well on Pixi devices
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    Hadn't posted because we haven't went back to work to get a field test with it. The shots aren't in layman terms so I have to look at a shot record to compare.
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    Version 0.9.0 uploaded and ready for open beta testing. The bug fix was missing Pentacel vaccine information.
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    Out now in the Official App Catalog.
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    haha I just got pimped in clinic today by my attending on this, came to the forums looking for other info. Gotta drop by more often!
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