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Re: NeoSoft AppBuilder Beta Test

PostPosted: Fri Jan 23, 2015 5:01 am
by PaulTomo
Well I must say, I'm very impressed.

I have tried quite a few mobile phone app builders and none are that easy to get on with, having been a Neobook user (not an expert by any means) for many years now, it looks like building phone app's may now become second nature.

Only 1 day in and I have already produced 3 simple but working apps that are now up and running on my Android mobile phone without any major issues. In the past, this has taken me weeks with other app applications, almost to the point where I gave up on some.

So well done NeoSoft and thank for the opportunity to do some testing.

I'm sure naming the product name is a difficult one but I can't find anything out there, that in my opinion, would compete with how simple and quick you have made a software application to produce mobile phone apps. But taking my own experience over just 1 day in to account, you may have thought of these but just in case how about:

NeoQuickApps
NeoQuickerApps
NeoFastApps
NeoFasterApps
NeoNimbleApps
NeoRapidApps
NeoSpeedyApps
NeoSwiftApps
NeoExpressApps
NeoSmartApps

Looking forward to updates and more functions as you release them.

Thanks Again

Paul

Re: NeoSoft AppBuilder Beta Test

PostPosted: Fri Jan 23, 2015 5:46 am
by Tony Kroos
PaulTomo wrote: but just in case how about:

nice ones ) Also you may play around with words like "phone" "mobi(le)" "RAD" "dev" etc...
there must be nice and suitable title version.

Re: NeoSoft AppBuilder Beta Test

PostPosted: Fri Jan 23, 2015 6:14 am
by Gaev
If Dave is taking suggestions, I still like NeoAppMaker ...

- every Tom, Dick and Harry (Teresa, Dimpflmeier and Huawei) knows what Apps are
- AppMaker then becomes self explanatory ... i.e. a program that lets you make Apps
- Neo maintains the association with NeoSoftware, NeoBook and NeoPaint (not to mention the various Neo plugins)

... either that or Saskatchewan Seal Skin Soup :)

Re: NeoSoft AppBuilder Beta Test

PostPosted: Fri Jan 23, 2015 7:36 am
by prenner
I think, the name "NeoBook" should be kept. Maybe NeoBook App or NeoBook HTML5.
NeoBook is a very well known brand name, all over the world! Even competitors know it and are afraid of it! ;-)

I start my evaluation later, but thanks for the invitation, Dave!

Re: NeoSoft AppBuilder Beta Test

PostPosted: Fri Jan 23, 2015 7:47 am
by smartmedia
Hi..

I download the file, i run it, it seems that stays on memory but no application window or setup sown. I have Windows 7 64bit +SP1
I tried to run the exe also as Administrator with the same results.

Re: NeoSoft AppBuilder Beta Test

PostPosted: Fri Jan 23, 2015 9:44 am
by AsleyCruz
Other names like:

• NeoAppBuilder (sounds good)
• NeoEasyApps
• NeoMobileApps

Re: NeoSoft AppBuilder Beta Test

PostPosted: Fri Jan 23, 2015 10:00 am
by Wrangler
Smartmedia:

Try temporarily disabling your anti-virus software while you install or run the program. Could be it's causing the problem. Or, maybe download the setup file again as it may have become corrupted during download.

Re: NeoSoft AppBuilder Beta Test

PostPosted: Fri Jan 23, 2015 11:57 am
by Neosoft Support
smartmedia:

I agree, it sounds like a corrupted download.

Re: NeoSoft AppBuilder Beta Test

PostPosted: Fri Jan 23, 2015 1:54 pm
by Wrangler
Added an image to phone/tablet project. In Android or web, if the display is larger than 320 pixels wide, the images stretches.

Re: NeoSoft AppBuilder Beta Test

PostPosted: Fri Jan 23, 2015 2:56 pm
by mishem
If you do not append px sizes are set to 0.
It is not convenient every time append px.

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So it should be?

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Re: NeoSoft AppBuilder Beta Test

PostPosted: Sat Jan 24, 2015 2:34 am
by mishem
Icon is not here.
And this button does not work.
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In NB convenient wizard window and Action

Re: NeoSoft AppBuilder Beta Test

PostPosted: Sat Jan 24, 2015 3:14 am
by mishem
If you create an infinite loop (error in the code for example), you can not close the debugger window.

Re: NeoSoft AppBuilder Beta Test

PostPosted: Sat Jan 24, 2015 8:46 am
by Luiz Alfredo
Fantastic. Thanks and Congratulations.

What I liked:
- General Interface.
- Actions Tree.
- Subroutine Library.
- App Proterties.
- Test Screen with Device/ScreenSize, Orientation and Debugger.
- Design, Code and Split Tabs with Actions.
- Compile/Publish Target Platform.

Much work done and much to do. But do not think in perfection and release it as soon as possible to capitalize.

The same old quality and more than I expected.

For me NeoAppBuilder or NeoAppMaker are good names. Neo shows it is from Neosoftware and AppBuilder (AppMaker) what it does. Other attributes will be experienced, and spread over the Web.

Keep the good work.

Re: NeoSoft AppBuilder Beta Test

PostPosted: Sat Jan 24, 2015 2:59 pm
by dec
Hello,

After testing NeoAppBuilder, start to study AngularJs, and view how these works together, I think you made a good job Dave! Really I don't take to much care about AngujarJS (even when I hear about) until I start with NeoAppBuilder, however, what a piece of code! Certainly you point me in some right direction if, someday, I start another "AppBuilder" by myself, but, the ammount of knowledge, efforts, time and work, really scaring me. So don't fear... ;)

Congratulations Dave and the best of luck with NeoAppBuilder!

Re: NeoSoft AppBuilder Beta Test

PostPosted: Tue Jan 27, 2015 12:24 pm
by ebear
Hello Dave,

Nice nice nice.... I really love the new UI, first simple tests are running perfect.

Do you consider something like a structured Bug list??? I think it could be a good resource for you, and the testers have to possibility to get information about the bugs found and a status etc.

Dave really great work.

Best regards,

Eric Beerhorst