The RFID is tricky because right now, there is no hardware capability in
either ios or android, so you need to attach external peripherials. We
need to narrow down the hardware options, because the communication with
them is going to be the sticky wicket.
On Mon, Sep 19, 2016 at 10:12 AM, Peter TB Brett <peter.br...@livecode.com>
> On 01/09/2016 15:23, Mike Kerner wrote:
>> Let's see:
>> • Peter challenged me to do better than the new Documentation setup.
>> he didn't mean it that way, but that's the way I took it, so I'm going to
>> have a go.
>> • Finishing a new app that allows machine shops to quickly determine how
>> run particular operations, what tooling to use, etc.
>> • Writing an app for making a tablet into a timeclock.
>> • Adding new features to an existing app that allows for easy warehouse
>> inventory management and posts updates in real time to a series of Google
>> • Messing with RFID scanning
> These are all pretty cool. :-D Are you likely to be able to make your RFID
> stuff open source? It sounds like it would be pretty useful for many
> LiveCode users and a pretty obvious area for collaboration.
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