Share My Creation eHome (Android tablet for your kitchen)

Hi all

Thought I would share some pics of this program I have been working on for about 14 years... yes, 14 years. ha ha ha. I have worked on the Android version for about a year now and it has went through many changes.

This program is designed to run full time on your tablet in the kitchen either mounted on your wall or in a holder on the counter. It runs in a kiosk mode.

It has several screens including: Main, picture album, kitchen timers, chores, shopping list, weather, web recipes and all setup is done with the built in HTTP server

It's starting to get used in my house and I am getting ready to start writing some documentation for it. I probably will release it although not in the Android store as really, its not an APP, it's a full blown program. :) Still lots of work to-do but I though I would share.

Here is a link to some pics in the version I did in VB6 about 6 years ago.

Here is the link to pics for the Android B4A version

Early beta is found here on my projects page

Anyway, comments would be welcome.






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hookshy

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yes indeed it fits best in tablets , on phone there are some issues I don't think your are interested.
Looks good on tablet. 5 stars
Why didn't you published on market ?
 
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JakeBullet70

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No, it is suppose to be installed in the kitchen so I see think the phones screen are to small.

Minimum is really 800x480 7inch and you can get one of those off of eBay for $60 or so. Thats a cheap way to get a computer in the kitchen. :)
 

JakeBullet70

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I have received a few emails about documentation, I am working on that at the moment as well as bugs as I find them.

To access the HTTP server for getting into setup you use
xxx.xxx.xxx.xxx:8888

with xxx.xxx.xxx.xxx being the IP of your device
 

moster67

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nice idea. My wife will love it, especially the Chores.....
 

JakeBullet70

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nice idea. My wife will love it, especially the Chores.....
:)

moster67
If you or the wife have any ideas for software in the kitchen please let me know.
 
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