I haven't tested recently so that's a significant caveat since dev has been fast and furious but in the late 3.0 beta stages I was able to do quite a bit in the staff client on an iPad. I didn't systematically test features but did enough to feel that there is at least significant functionality there.
Rogan Hamby, MLIS Data and Project Analyst Equinox Open Library Initiative phone: 1-877-OPEN-ILS (673-6457) email: ro...@equinoxinitiative.org web: http://EquinoxInitiative.org On Wed, Feb 21, 2018 at 10:38 AM, Kathy Lussier <kluss...@masslnc.org> wrote: > Hi George, > > You won't be able to run hatch on an iPad, but this is only an issue if > you plan to print from the iPad or store your local settings somewhere > other than in browser storage. My understanding is that you also won't be > able to perform offline circ on an iPad. However, the next 3.0.4 release of > Evergreen, which I believe is scheduled to be released today, should fix an > issue where you could not log into the web client on iOS devices. I can't > speak to how well the web client is working on iPads outside of that login > issue. > > See previous discussion at http://markmail.org/message/rijxfn7s2fjo4mf7 > > Kathy > > On 02/21/2018 10:33 AM, George Tuttle wrote: > > Can one run Evergreen 3.0 on an iPad? > > > > Is the answer no since iPads don’t support Java? > > > > George Tuttle > > Information Technology Librarian > > Piedmont Regional Library System > > 706-367-9399 x1130 <(706)%20367-9399> > > 770-891-0654 <(770)%20891-0654> (cell) > > 706-367-8032 <(706)%20367-8032> (fax) > > gtut...@prlib.org > > [image: image002] > > > > > -- > Kathy Lussier > Project Coordinator > Massachusetts Library Network Cooperative(508) 343-0128kluss...@masslnc.org > Twitter: http://www.twitter.com/kmlussier > >