Proxiway - A Geo-fencing Based app designed using OnsenUI
I want to share an app designed using OnsenUI. It’s an app based on providing the user with his nearby ongoing events and offers along with realtime notifications as he walk pass by a shop or a location.
This app is currently for the citizens of Chandigarh, India. The whole app requires one time internet connection and can be used while you are in offline mode.
I hope you’ll like the interface of it.
Website - www.proxiway.in
App Download - https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=inmaps.xyz&hl=en
Feel Free to give any suggestions,
P.S. I am new to the community
@rajatkosh Welcome to the forum!
The app looks very well done
Did you have any trouble making it? Also, are you going to use flat design for the app store?
Thanks for sharing!
@FranDiox Thank you so much!
Well the most sophisticated part of the app was background Geo-location Rest Everything was pretty straight forward. However there is still one problem though i.e. after dynamically setting the value of the Range through JS (in settings page) the blue line seems to be little out (Screenshot Below).
Also, Yes i am going to use the flat design for the app store (With some little modification here and there).
@rajatkosh Hmmm, I didn’t see that issue before. I just tried changing an
ons-range‘value’ dom prop with vanilla JS but the color track was correctly updated. Could you make a simple example where this is visible? Perhaps you can start from here and hit “Report an issue”. I’ll try to have a look at it
@Fran-Diox It’s seems like that there is no blue bar in the onsen-ui Tutorial. I am using Onsen UI v2.1 with custom CSS (Just Modified the Color of Toolbars & Buttons). Maybe CSS is creating the issue. However, the tutorial is working just fine!
@Fran-Diox Yes! I am using the Firefox.
For the record, this was fixed in gh#1986
Rajatkosh just saw your website. Are you still using Onsen, because all I could see was bootstrap?