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RE: Odoo inventory management mobile appby
From: Fred Lu(呂豐昌) [mailto:firstname.lastname@example.org]
Sent: 17 February 2015 09:46
Subject: Re: Odoo inventory management mobile app
What kind of app do you runs on MC3200 and MC40?
Could you share your excellent experience?
Regarding devices. If talking about quality and life-size usage I really recommend leaders in the industry - Motorola. We use models MC3200 and MC40 based on Android. Works excellent all day long with switched on WiFi in warehouse. At night it is put on base station for recharging so if not forget doing this all will be fine :)
Regarding Lionel comment. +1
Totally agree that if you are not going to create your own fork of Odoo, you need to be using standard Odoo means without creating intermediate layer.
Hello,It's not the perfect device, but we are using  after testing a lot of options. It has proved to be the best in price/quality relationship.Best regards.
2015-02-17 9:47 GMT+01:00 Lionel Sausin <email@example.com>:
Le 16/02/2015 22:22, OpenERP Master a écrit : > Our approach is to develop a linux based server application. Most > hardware devices today that come with an integrated scanner already > have a browser plugin that can scan without any development. Some > devices even come with HTML5 ready browsers. Example is dolphin 7800, > Intermec, or some bluetooth scanner for iphone/ipod. > > Developing a server app will work on any device that supports HTML5 so > this already eliminates a significant amount of work. > > We actually already have a prototype. I am thinking about releasing > some screens shortly. Will keep you updated. I'm no expert in this kind of development but indeed this is the road I would chose too. However, Odoo ALREADY has "web" views especially designed for stock workers in v8. Is there a reason why you would start a parallel work and not base it on the standard we all share? To be clear, I for one will NOT invest in a product that is not based on the standard UNLESS there is a very compelling reason to do so - no matter if it's closed or open source, free or non-free. On the hardware side, at the moment the offers on the market are pathetic. Most devices are technological dinosaurs. For example Dolphin 7800 you write about has Windows mobile 6.5 from 2008 with IE6! If investing in expensive stuff, I'd rather have something not already obsolete. Most Iphones/Android devices are too fragile and the battery dies too fast. Rugged Android don't have a scanner. Bluetooth readers are a PITA - you spend your time pairing/unpairing/pairing again. Do you know of affordable, rugged devices with a scanner and a reliable modern browser that lets us access the scanner in a standard way (ie. without ActiveX or Java junk)?
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