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Posted By Aaron Green - 29 Apr, 2015
Ever thought it would be handy to be able to launch a specific iViewer page directly from your Apple notification center? Well with the Launcher App, you can.
Posted By Aaron Green - 24 Oct, 2013
We have just put together a quick demo project that shows how you can implement an Analog Clock into your GUI.
Posted By Aaron Green - 11 Oct, 2013
Did you know that the CommandFusion LAN Bridge has the ability to act as a multiplexer?
Using this advanced functionality of the LAN Bridge will allow you to connect multiple mobile device control GUI’s to devices and systems that typically only accept a single incoming connection. ... read on »
Posted By Aaron Green - 18 Sep, 2013
The Commandfusion IR blaster is a powerful piece of hardware. Its main function is to fill a room with infrared, removing, or reducing the need to run cables to each device you want to control.
It has 12 IR emitters built in, giving an output of 270 degrees. On top of that, it also has built in IR receivers. We can use these receivers to trigger what we call IR rules. ... read on »
Posted By Aaron Green - 15 Aug, 2013
Are your pages slow to load in iViewer?
If you find that you have a page in your guiDesigner project that is slow to load (3+ seconds) on your device it may be because because iViewer is being forced to resize large graphics files.... read on »
Posted By Aaron Green - 07 Aug, 2013
Customers often ask for a way to password protect their system for many different reasons. It may be that you want some security in case you lose your phone, or that you simply want to lockout access to certain areas of your interface. We have developed a module and demo project to help achieve this in your GUI. Check out our video guide to learn more!... read on »
Posted By Aaron Green - 02 Aug, 2013
With the recent release of iViewer Lite, there are now effectively three different versions of iViewer to choose from.
Each version is targeted at a different customer type, in this blog post we will take a look at the differences.... read on »