Offline HTML & JavaScript Bridge: Extended flexibility for any organization

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For any piece of technology – but especially for software products – flexibility is a backbone feature. The requirements of a business dictate which technology can be used, what is a good fit and where are the limits. Inability to deliver or to satisfy a critical need might mean an extended search for the right option, costing time, resources and money.

This is obviously true for enterprise systems in general, but even more true for mobility. The mobility landscape keeps evolving and the requirements of businesses for robust, but at the same time very flexible mobile solutions are growing by the day. That’s why we sat down with Resco’s Product Manager and long-time technical expert, Juraj Mojik, who explained how companies can tailor Resco’s mobile app with offline HTML and JavaScript Bridge. Creating one-of-a-kind user interfaces or implement unique business logic. Continue reading

Anatomy of a Mobile Report: How to set it up in Resco Mobile CRM?

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The purpose of Mobile Reports is to present data in a combined and easy to understand way. And when a user executes (or “runs”) a report in the Resco Mobile CRM app, the result is a document in one of the supported formats – PDF, Word, Excel, or even HTML.

However, a mobile report definition file contains data queries, design styles and information about where and how to display certain parts of data. To enable you to deliver tailor-made mobile reports to users on the go, let us take a detailed look at each of these essential processes, elements, and how you can work with them in the Woodford configurator. Continue reading

HTML5 Extensions in Resco Mobile CRM and Woodford 6.2 – A Proof of Concept

As a true Resco enthusiast, I was excited when they released the spring upgrade for their Mobile CRM in early April. The new HTML5 Extension feature accessible through its standard design and configuration tool Woodford challenged me in particular. I could hardly wait to get back to work from my Easter vacation and start doing a proof of concept of this new functionality. Continue reading