Time Tracker for iOS: Development started!

Today I decided to start development to port Time Tracker to the iOS platform. In the nearby future Apple users of the Time Tracker desktop application may benefit from iCloud storage of their data. This means that hours registered in the iOS app will be shared with the desktop app if iCloud is used for data storage. As development continues I will try to keep you updated. When I reach the Read more


EasyBillSplitter available in App Store

From today our new iOS app EasyBillSplitter can be downloaded from the App Store. With EasyBillSplitter splitting the bill after dinner or lunch with your friends is just a matter of seconds. Just enter the Bill Amount, enter the number of Person, decide what Tip you will leave for the waitress and you’re done! EasyBillSplitter is a FREE app.  


Time Tracker v. 2.4.0 released

A new version of our product Time Tracker has been released today. This upgrade is free for all registered users. Only registered users are eligible for support. Solved bugs and change-requests: – Compiled with latest version of ChartDirector plugin – Minor bugfixes Important upgrade steps: Close previous version of Time Tracker Run the setup Your database will be updated automatically, but it is a good practice to backup TimeTracker.rsd (residing Read more


Exposing Dynamics NAV data to my iPhone

In the past days I have build a small iOS App that talks to my Navision API Service (further referred to as API). The API acts like a proxy service between Dynamics NAV and the rest of the world and could be accessed by many different Apps and devices. The API is able to consume data that is published as a web service from Dynamics NAV and publish this data Read more


Developing a Navision API Web Service in Xojo

For me it is great to be able to have fun with two environments I very much love: on a daily basis I work with Microsoft Dynamics NAV and consult and develop for customers for a market leading Microsoft partner. In my spare time and for a occasional customer I love my development tool Xojo. It enables me to make cross-platform applications, web applications and services and even iOS apps. Read more