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Scott Mattocks' Blog:
Crisscott OnForce Client Desktop
October 19, 2006 @ 07:24:38

In his latest post, Scott Mattocks talks about an application he's created combining PHP-GTK2 and the OnForce web service API to manage work orders and their properties.

I like the idea of taking something that is normally web based and putting it on the user's desktop. This way things can be made a little more intuitive and comfortable for the user because the application isn't constrained by the web browser any more.

Some of the features included already are:

  • putting together a batch of work orders while offline and sending them when connected again
  • pull down work order data
  • close work orders
  • get and add notes
He links to the application and wonders what else could be made with the OnForce API as well (suggestions anyone?). To get all of the details on the OnForce API, check out their developer section.

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