Does anyone know this info?
We can now have the <input file> to work on PHP with Google Chrome Browser.
Why is it not working on Kiosk Browser ?
<input type="file" id="upload_files" name="files">
With google's release of the new open standard for the Eddystone Beacon and most importantly the ability to push a URL and that many new android tablets have the ability to turn make become a standalone BEACON, adding some ability to control remotely the URL setting for that would set your app apart from the other kiosk type apps on the market.
This would allow each kiosk to potential also become a local beacon transmitter to push a custom URL to those near the kiosk. What a great way to attract individuals to the kiosk or just more marketing options.
Many new androids have this ability built in, so in my case I would then acquire those models to turn into my kiosk and have that added benefit.
More information on it from google can be found here
Here is list of current devices that can transmit BLE HERE
The new reports are nice, but it would also be very good to be able to see the combined reports for a single device. As it is now, I basically have to weavy together several reports to get a picture of what happened to the device.
Is there a way to stop reply emails from coming in after you clear alerts for low battery and not charging.Here is the issue we are running in to, after a tech resolves a issue for low battery or not charging in Zendesk we reciceve a other email telling us that the ticket has cleared and goes to are suspended tickets and not to the inbox like the alert tickets.
I am wanting to minimize the data usage "wifi" and in trying to figure out how to minimize I wanted to understand exactly what does the remote polling interval do? And, is the setting for the interval number for seconds or minutes? I had mine set at 60 but I believe that means every 60 seconds its cause the kiosk to request a download of data. I would only need that maybe twice a day. (If I make any and changes from the remote software, I always manual send a download and refresh).
I was just wondering what the public IPs of my clients were, and had an idea. (I don't actually have use for the idea myself at the moment. I just wanted to share, it might help somebody else down the line.)
How about acting as a DNS, pretty much like DynDNS, where you update a DNS record whenever the IP of a client changes? That way I could, for instance, always access my device with
If I were to run a device with VNC or perhaps a SSH server, that would make it a lot easier to connect to them.
I am looking into creative ways to use the SCANNER option on my kiosk. In testing, pressing the scanner icon that display on the top bar opens up the scanner, and if nothing is scanned it appears to timeout and reload the homepage. Thus the question....
Having a way to adjust the TIMEOUT (exit the scanning mode) would be a helpful addition to the app options. One reason would be if someone presses the scan button option and then walks away from the kiosk the current time is to long and I would want a shorter time frame, however in some other applications someone might need a longer TIMEOUT then the standard.
I assume the same scanning program is invoked if someone is also using the barcode keyboard to invoke the scanner screen too!
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