This sample app is concerned with property loans. The user enters the value of
the loan, the down payment, the tenure of the loan and the annual interest
rate. The app then calculates the amount due each month.
How do you convert a simple spreadsheet calculating a commission to an app?
There's more than one way to do it and what you choose depends on your
preferences. Our new sample app demonstrates three strategies.
CB reported experiencing issues with running apps offline on the public beta
version of iOS 12. We couldn't reproduce the issue, but our co-founder David
wrote a lengthy reply discussing Calcapp's offline feature.
Add your own images to text boxes and use a selection of 26 fonts to make your
apps look better. Use new text formatting options, like centered and
underlined text. Finally, make your brand truly come through by using a custom
logo that appears on your users' home screens.
You can now insert your own images in text boxes. They can either be centered
or float to the right or to the left of the text. A slider lets you adjust the
image width. Images work offline and are responsive, meaning that they work
well on any screen.
Would you like your apps to add data to spreadsheet or database rows or send
messages to Slack channels? What about creating sales leads in Salesforce or
posting directly to Wordpress? Watch our video tutorial to learn how to
achieve this and more using the third-party Zapier service.
Calcapp supports making fields required, so that your users can't move on to
the next panel or submit reports before your forms have been properly filled
out. This tip walks you through the steps you need to take to make fields