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This presentation was given at CAB2012 showing a prototype using HTML5, CSS3 and JQuery Mobile connected to the DockMaster marine management software using an AJAX Javascript SOAP client. Find us at ...

This presentation was given at CAB2012 showing a prototype using HTML5, CSS3 and JQuery Mobile connected to the DockMaster marine management software using an AJAX Javascript SOAP client. Find us at http://exumatech.com or @ExumaTech

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  • Everything we touch today that has an “on” button seems to be connected to the cloud. The cloud is really made up of servers that run applications, databases and store files. The internet interconnects these servers together and then connect our view of the cloud as well. We interact with the cloud with our smartphones, PCs, servers at work and “yes” someday even our microwave and toaster may be connected to the cloud.

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  • Customer Advisory Board 2012 Cam Collins President and CEO Exuma Technologies, Inc.
  • Home Screen IconThis is created fromSafari. At a minimumwe would need towrite a native appthat performs thisfunction. This willlikely satisfy that AppStore, AndroidMarket, etc.
  • Start-up ScreenWhen a site islaunched from thehome screen itremoves some of theSafari controls givingthe user more of anapp feeling.
  • Login ScreenUser selects theirdatabaseaccount, clerk ID(User) and Passwordthen clicks Login.Clear should clearthe form.
  • Login ScreenWhen a new page isbeing processed, anAjax control islaunched showing“loading”
  • Main MenuBasic options areIntro, Customers, Boats, Invoices, TimeCard, MobilePOS, Service, Parts, etc.
  • Customers andBoats
  • Parts Inventory
  • Service Modules
  • Slips andReservations
  • Mobile POS
  • Add a Customer
  • Add a Customer
  • Get Customer
  • Get Customer
  • Time CardWhen the user isNOT logged in andthey touch Time Cardfrom the menu theyare brought to thisform.
  • Time CardWhen the user isNOT logged in andthey touch Time Cardfrom the menu theyare brought to thisform.
  • Time CardHere they enter theirTech ID, Work Orderand Operation. Notekeypad pops whentext field is touched.
  • Time CardWork Order selectionscreen. Same functionis used for Operations.These need to be readfrom the DB andpopulatedprogrammatically.Touch Start to clock in.
  • Time CardOnce clocked in thetimer would start. Theuser can enternotes, clear notes, saveand Clock Out.
  • Time CardNote entry with keyboard.
  • iPadJQuery Mobilerenders the displayforsmartphones, tablets and desktopsautomatically.What is scrollableon aphone, appears in asecondary frameon a tablet.