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Using render windows

Warning: this page refers to an old version of SFML. Click here to switch to the latest version.

Introduction

Window package provides a complete system for handling windows and events, an can interface with OpenGL. But what if we don't want to use OpenGL ? SFML provides a package dedicated to 2D graphics, the graphics package.

Setup

To work with the graphics package, you have to include the correct header :

SFML/Window.hpp is no more explicitly requiered, as it is already included by the graphics package.

The rendering window

SFML base window, , is enough for getting a window and its events, but has no idea of how to draw something. In fact you won't be able to display anything from the graphics package into a . That's why the graphics package provides a window class containing more features and doing more redundant stuff for you : . As inherits from , it already contains all its features and acts exactly the same for creation, event handling, etc. All does is adding features for easily displaying graphics.

In fact, a minimal application using graphics package would be exactly the same as if using the window package, except the type of the window :

The only difference here is that we've added a call to , so that the screen gets filled with black instead of remaining with random pixels.

If you need to clear the screen with a different color, you can pass it as parameter :

SFML graphics package provides a useful class for manipulating colors : . Every color you'll have to handle in SFML will be a , you can forget 32-bits integers and float arrays.
basically contains four 8-bits components : (red), (green), (blue), and (alpha -- for transparency) ; their values range from 0 to 255.
provides some useful functions, operators and constructors, the one that interests us here is the one that takes the 4 components as parameters (the fourth one, alpha, has a default value of 255). So in the code above, we construct a with red component to 200, and green and blue components to 0. So... we obtain a red background for our window.

Note that clearing the window is not actually needed if what you have to draw is going to cover the entire screen; do it only if you have some pixels which would remain undrawn.

Taking screenshots

This is probably not the most important thing, but it's always useful. provides a function to save its contents into an image : . Then you can easily save the image to a file with the function, or do whatever else you want.
So, for example, we can take a screenshot when the user presses the F1 key :

Of course, depending on the position of this line of code in the main loop, the captured image won't be the same. It will capture the current contents of the screen at the time you call .

Mixing with OpenGL

It is of course still possible to use custom OpenGL commands with a , as you would do with a . You can even mix SFML drawing commands and your own OpenGL ones. However, SFML doesn't preserve OpenGL states by default. If SFML messes up with your OpenGL states and you want it to take care of saving / resetting / restoring them, you have to call the function :

Preserving OpenGL states is very CPU consuming and will degrade performances, use it only if you really need it. Also consider using your own code to manage the states you need to preserve, as it will be more efficient than the generic SFML code which takes care of every state, even the ones you don't care about.

Conclusion

There's not much more to say about render windows. They just act like base windows, adding some features to allow easy 2D rendering. More features will be explained in the next tutorials, begining with sprite rendering.

Sours: https://www.sfml-dev.org/tutorials/1.6/graphics-window.php
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•Reimbursements – Our built-in scanning features create it simple to share documents and request reimbursements from the other parent. At AppClose we speak co-parenting. We believe that shared expenses and obligations should be paid, tracked, and recorded properly. So, no matter how busy you are or on the go, with AppClose you can create and get payments via ipayou™ when you approve an expense.

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Xamarin.Forms App Lifecycle Tutorial

  • Developer (Beginner)
  • 8 minutes to complete

Before attempting this tutorial, you should have successfully completed the:

In this tutorial, you learn how to:

  • Respond to an application starting, sleeping, or resuming.
  • Persist data across lifecycle state changes.

You will use Visual Studio 2019, or Visual Studio for Mac, to create a simple application that demonstrates how to persist data across lifecycle state changes. The following screenshots show the final application:

Screenshot of an Entry whose Text property is persisted across lifecycle state changes, on iOS and Android

Respond to lifecycle state changes

To complete this tutorial you should have Visual Studio 2019 (latest release), with the Mobile development with .NET workload installed. In addition, you will require a paired Mac to build the tutorial application on iOS. For information about installing the Xamarin platform, see Installing Xamarin. For information about connecting Visual Studio 2019 to a Mac build host, see Pair to Mac for Xamarin.iOS development.

  1. Launch Visual Studio, and create a new blank Xamarin.Forms app named AppLifecycleTutorial.

    Important

    The C# and XAML snippets in this tutorial requires that the solution is named AppLifecycleTutorial. Using a different name will result in build errors when you copy code from this tutorial into the solution.

    For more information about the .NET Standard library that gets created, see Anatomy of a Xamarin.Forms application in the Xamarin.Forms Quickstart Deep Dive.

  2. In Solution Explorer, in the AppLifecycleTutorial project, expand App.xaml and double-click App.xaml.cs to open it. Then, in App.xaml.cs, update the , , and overrides as follows:

    This code updates the application lifecycle method overrides, with statements that indicate when each method has been invoked:

    • The method is invoked when the application starts.
    • The method is invoked when the application goes to the background.
    • The method is invoked when the application resumes from the background.

    Note

    There is no method for application termination. Under normal circumstances, application termination will occur from the method.

  3. In the Visual Studio toolbar, press the Start button (the triangular button that resembles a Play button) to launch the application inside your chosen remote iOS simulator or Android emulator. When the application starts, the method is invoked, and OnStart is output to the Visual Studio Output window:

    When the application is backgrounded (by tapping the Home button on iOS or Android), the method is invoked:

    Then, when the application resumes from the background (tap the application icon on iOS, tap the Overview button on Android and select the AppLifecycleTutorial application), the method is invoked:

    Note

    These code blocks show example output when running the application on Android.

    In Visual Studio, stop the application.

    For more information about the Xamarin.Forms app lifecycle, see Xamarin.Forms App Lifecycle.

To complete this tutorial you should have Visual Studio for Mac (latest release), with iOS and Android platform support installed. In addition, you will also require Xcode (latest release). For more information about installing the Xamarin platform, see Installing Xamarin.

  1. Launch Visual Studio for Mac, and create a new blank Xamarin.Forms app named AppLifecycleTutorial.

    Important

    The C# and XAML snippets in this tutorial requires that the solution is named AppLifecycleTutorial. Using a different name will result in build errors when you copy code from this tutorial into the solution.

    For more information about the .NET Standard library that gets created, see Anatomy of a Xamarin.Forms application in the Xamarin.Forms Quickstart Deep Dive.

  2. In Solution Pad, in the AppLifecycleTutorial project, expand App.xaml and double-click App.xaml.cs to open it. Then, in App.xaml.cs, update the , , and overrides as follows:

    This code updates the application lifecycle method overrides, with statements that indicate when each method has been invoked:

    • The method is invoked when the application starts.
    • The method is invoked when the application goes to the background.
    • The method is invoked when the application resumes from the background.

    Note

    There is no method for application termination. Under normal circumstances, application termination will occur from the method.

  3. In the Visual Studio for Mac toolbar, press the Start button (the triangular button that resembles a Play button) to launch the application inside your chosen iOS simulator or Android emulator. When the application starts, the method is invoked, and OnStart is output to the Visual Studio for Mac Application Output window:

    When the application is backgrounded (by tapping the Home button on iOS or Android), the method is invoked:

    Then, when the application resumes from the background (tap the application icon on iOS, tap the Overview button on Android and select the AppLifecycleTutorial application), the method is invoked:

    Note

    These code blocks show example output when running the application on iOS.

    In Visual Studio for Mac, stop the application.

    For more information about the Xamarin.Forms app lifecycle, see Xamarin.Forms App Lifecycle.

Persist data across lifecycle state changes

The subclass has a static dictionary that can be used to store data across lifecycle state changes. This dictionary uses a key and stores an value. The dictionary is saved to the device automatically, and is repopulated when the application is restarted.

Important

The dictionary can only serialize primitive types for storage.

In this exercise, you'll modify the application to persist the text from an upon backgrounding, and restore the text to the when the application is restarted.

  1. In Solution Explorer, in the AppLifecycleTutorial project, expand App.xaml and double-click App.xaml.cs to open it. Then, in App.xaml.cs, remove all of the template code and replace it with the following code:

    This code defines a property, and a constant. When the application is backgrounded, or terminated, the method override adds the property value to the dictionary, against a key of . Then when the application starts, provided that the dictionary contains the key, the value for the key is restored to the property.

    Important

    Always check the dictionary for the presence of a key before accessing it, to prevent unexpected errors.

    It's not necessary to restore data from the dictionary in the method overload. This is because when an application is backgrounded, it and its state is still in memory.

  2. In Solution Explorer, in the AppLifecycleTutorial project, double-click MainPage.xaml to open it. Then, in MainPage.xaml, remove all of the template code and replace it with the following code:

    This code declaratively defines the user interface for the page, which consists of an in a . The property specifies the placeholder text that's shown when the is first displayed, and an event handler named is registered with the event. In addition, the has a name specified with the attribute. This enables the code-behind file to access the object using the name assigned to it.

  3. In Solution Explorer, in the AppLifecycleTutorial project, expand MainPage.xaml and double-click MainPage.xaml.cs to open it. Then, in MainPage.xaml.cs, add an override for the method, and the event handler to the class:

    The method retrieves the value of the property and sets it as the property value of the .

    Note

    The method override is executed after the is laid out, but just before it becomes visible. Therefore, this is a good place to set the content of Xamarin.Forms views.

    When text is finalized in the , with the return key, the method executes and the text is stored in the property.

  4. In the Visual Studio toolbar, press the Start button (the triangular button that resembles a Play button) to launch the application inside your chosen remote iOS simulator or Android emulator.

    Enter some text into the and hit the return key. Then, background the application by tapping the Home button to invoke the method.

    In Visual Studio, stop the application and relaunch it again, and the text that was previously entered into the will be restored:

    Screenshot of an Entry whose Text property is persisted across lifecycle state changes, on iOS and Android

    In Visual Studio, stop the application.

    For more information about persisting data to the properties dictionary, see Properties Dictionary in the Xamarin.Forms App Class guide.

  1. In Solution Pad, in the AppLifecycleTutorial project, expand App.xaml and double-click App.xaml.cs to open it. Then, in App.xaml.cs, remove all of the template code and replace it with the following code:

    This code defines a property, and a constant. When the application is backgrounded, or terminated, the method override adds the property value to the dictionary, against a key of . Then when the application starts, provided that the dictionary contains the key, the value for the key is restored to the property.

    Important

    Always check the dictionary for the presence of a key before accessing it, to prevent unexpected errors.

    It's not necessary to restore data from the dictionary in the method overload. This is because when an application is backgrounded, it and its state is still in memory.

  2. In Solution Pad, in the AppLifecycleTutorial project, double-click MainPage.xaml to open it. Then, in MainPage.xaml, remove all of the template code and replace it with the following code:

    This code declaratively defines the user interface for the page, which consists of an in a . The property specifies the placeholder text that's shown when the is first displayed, and an event handler named is registered with the event. In addition, the has a name specified with the attribute. This enables the code-behind file to access the object using the name assigned to it.

  3. In Solution Pad, in the AppLifecycleTutorial project, expand MainPage.xaml and double-click MainPage.xaml.cs to open it. Then, in MainPage.xaml.cs, add an override for the method, and the event handler to the class:

    The method retrieves the value of the property and sets it as the property value of the .

    Note

    The method override is executed after the is laid out, but just before it becomes visible. Therefore, this is a good place to set the content of Xamarin.Forms views.

    When text is finalized in the , with the return key, the method executes and the text is stored in the property.

  4. In the Visual Studio for Mac toolbar, press the Start button (the triangular button that resembles a Play button) to launch the application inside your chosen iOS simulator or Android emulator.

    Enter some text into the and hit the return key. Then, background the application by tapping the Home button to invoke the method.

    In Visual Studio for Mac, stop the application and relaunch it again, and the text that was previously entered into the will be restored:

    Screenshot of an Entry whose Text property is persisted across lifecycle state changes, on iOS and Android

    In Visual Studio for Mac, stop the application.

    For more information about persisting data to the properties dictionary, see Properties Dictionary in the Xamarin.Forms App Class guide.

Congratulations!

Congratulations on completing this tutorial, where you learned how to:

  • Respond to an application starting, sleeping, or resuming.
  • Persist data across lifecycle state changes.

Next steps

To learn more about the basics of creating mobile applications with Xamarin.Forms, continue to the Local Database tutorial.

Related links

Sours: https://docs.microsoft.com/en-us/xamarin/get-started/tutorials/app-lifecycle/
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Getting the Most Out of Co-Parenting Technology

As an attorney and guardian ad litem, my goal is to get parents to make the best decisions for their kids.

After all, the parents (not the judges or lawyers) are the ones in the best position to know what that is. Whether they are going through an initial custody case, like in a divorce or paternity action, or if they are seasoned litigators who can’t seem to stay out of family court — getting parents on the same page can be a monumental accomplishment when you are dealing with different personalities, preferences, and parenting styles. After all, if the parents were good at this, they wouldn’t be in court.

Our Family Wizard

For several years now, I have suggested the parenting program, Our Family Wizard, to try to alleviate some of the communication issues I often see in custody and visitation cases. It is a program that puts all communications and information about a child in a central location for the parents. As a guardian ad litem, I have recommended it to get parents to use the same calendar and to have a localized place for sharing medical information, events, and messages. As a divorce and custody attorney, this program allows me to connect to my client’s account and retain messages and communications between the parents. There is also a “tone-meter” that ourfamilywizard.com describes as an “emotional spell-check” for your messages. It is an ad-on, but it seems like a good idea for parties who tend to get heated over email and text.

This program is not cheap, though. A year subscription currently runs each parent $99.00. And after all of my recommendations, I have had just a handful of clients actually use it, and I have never heard any feedback about whether the parents continued to use it, whether it actually helped to address some of the issues, or if it was worth the subscription.

Then recently I was participating in an informal settlement meeting with two parents and an attorney. I was there as the guardian ad litem for the parties’ children. After working out some of the heftier issues – whether they could continue shared parenting and whether the parenting time should change – the weeds started to take over. One parent was upset that the insurance cards for the children had not been shared. The other parent got caught up in how they should divide the Christmas holiday. Then the dreaded issue of braces for one of the children came up and we spent a good deal of time trying to figure out how much the bill was, how much each parent owed, how to change the payment plan, and how to keep track of it all.

If the parties can try to plan ahead, share information with each other (and not through the kids), and organize their finances regarding the children, these problems can be addressed. These issues just seem overwhelming because they are layered in judgment, assumptions, and emotional responses. So here again, I asked the parties if they would be willing to try Our Family Wizard. After explaining how it might be beneficial, both parents liked the idea but seemed unwilling due to the cost. Children are expensive enough, and now they each have costs related to litigation.

I suggested that I could research some calendaring apps, which might not have all of the functionality of Our Family Wizard, but could be used as a cost-effective substitute. I ended up finding out a lot — here are my experiences trying out several co-parenting apps on my iPhone:

2houses – on par with Our Family Wizard and slightly less expensive

When I went to this app, it was available for download for free. However, once you login, you are notified that you are using the the program through a free 14-day trial. I visited the website, 2houses.com, which indicates the pricing for a family is $9.99/month when paid for a full year. So, this option would be slightly less expensive than Our Family Wizard, but the parties will have to agree on how to divide that costs.

2houses appears to have a lot of the same features as Our Family Wizard, and is very user friendly, organized, and intuitive. For the parents I described above, this app would manage their schedule, expenses (and percentage of costs/payments for each), and the children’s medical information. Parents can upload pictures into albums or document folders and can keep track of their communications. 2houses also sends out emails with parenting tips and help with using the app.

The only downfall I could find in my limited use was that there was not an option for reminders or notifications to pop up on your phone. I might be overlooking this function, so if I find it later, I will update this review.

AppClose – overall best choice due to its features and cost (free!)

I overlooked this app at first because I didn’t think it had anything to do with parenting. It turned out to be my top choice for the parents in my example above. First, it’s free. Second, it’s very user friendly and has most of the features to address common parenting disputes. It keeps track of messages and shows you the latest when you open the app. The shared calendar provides schedule templates, with descriptions like “Alternating weeks” and an explanation of how that schedule is followed. Parents can use a template with specified days/times and apply it to one or more children, or have the option to customize the entire parenting time schedule. Parents have the ability to create events, notify family members, and create reminders. Parents can request a parenting time trade or drop off/pick up change in the app. The reimbursement request has an option to attach an image and allows parents to keep track of their share of the expense and payments that are made.

This app includes a place to keep important, detailed information about each child, but parents will need to do some customization when it comes to organizing that information. I found this app easy to navigate and fairly intuitive after getting accustomed to it. This would be the best alternative to the subscription services mentioned above.

Also, this app, available at appclose.com, has a separate side for attorneys to communicate with clients and accept electronic payments.

Fayr – might be a better “custody tracker” than co-parenting tool

This app is interesting. The download is free, but again, it involves a 14-day trial. The subscription option is $4.99/month. The application is very nicely designed and walks you through the setup fairly easily. There is a shared calendar and messaging system. I did not find anywhere to enter or share detailed information about the child. However, it does have a “check-in” system that uses the phone’s gps to create a time entry of where the parent is at a specific time. This might be a nice feature if late pick ups or drop offs are the main source of conflict, or if manipulation of or interference with parenting time is an issue. This seems to be more of a tool for litigation than for co-parenting, though.

SharedCare – not a bad option, especially for families co-parenting outside of the U.S.

This app is available for $3.99 and can be downloaded at sharedcare.net.au. It provides a shared calendar, location for basic health information, recording of expenses, and shared messages. Parents enter their parenting time schedule under what is called a “Care Plan” but it does not have the option to list specific times for drop off/pick up. Expenses can be entered, but cannot be edited. There is a nice “report” function that will send an expense report to your email with one click.

After creating my sample account, and entering information like the child’s profile and sample expenses, when I revisited those areas later, the information I entered was missing. Since some of the reviews I read said the app was prone to glitches, I sent a message to the app’s support email and had a response within a half hour. I have not had any other issues and the support tech explained that an update would be coming, so hopefully my glitch would not be a concern (although losing information is the worst and if it happened again, I would not recommend this app). Also, because this app appears to be used in a number of different countries, some of the terminology might be confusing and it doesn’t seem intuitive in some areas.

Co-Parent Central – not exactly the one-stop-shop the name suggests

This is a free app that only provides a shared calendar service. Parents can create their parenting time calendar by using a pre-set template, or customizing the days. However, entering specific times for pick up /drop off is not an option. Parents can create events with notifications, and request exchanges of time with the other parent through the app.

If calendaring is all that is needed, this app might be an option, but with other free applications available that do more, it doesn’t seem that useful.

Kiganzier & Custody Connection

Two apps that also came up in my searches were Kidganizer ($1.99) and Custody Connection (free for 30 days). These both created notifications upon download and opening that the app would slow down my phone and the developer needed to update the app. The interface of both appeared outdated, so I don’t recommend them.

I would also suggest that parents be wary of other apps that are not designed for sharing information, but designed primarily for tracking it (i.e. litigation preparation). If you are serious about co-parenting, I recommend that parents try to peel away the layers of emotions that surround a conflict, try not to make assumptions about the other parent’s behavior or their motivations, and just try to figure out what steps can be taken to prevent the specific disagreement at hand. In the end, there may not be an app for that, but I can’t see a downside in trying one out.

For help with a child custody matter, meet with a skilled Ohio family law attorney at Seif & McNamee today. From our offices in Waverly and Chillicothe, we serve individuals and families throughout the state.

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1. AppClose Solo is a unique and exclusive feature only available to AppClose users, allowing you to send requests and events to non-connected co-parents, third parties, or other family members via text, email, or social media.

2. By organizing priorities and obligations into three different categories, we’ve made it even easier for you and the people in your circle to communicate, manage tasks, share appointments and events, track expenses, and send & receive money for reimbursement obligations.

3. Within a military circle, armed forces members can keep track of kids’ schedules, exchange important child-related information, and send and receive payments for expenses.

4. • Save or share important child-related information (allergies, special medications, alternative child care options, measurements, school related information, etc.) with your co-parent or other third parties.

5. Now, co-parents, stepparents, family members, childcare providers, professionals, and other third parties – regardless of whether or not they use the app – can communicate and share information easily from the convenience of any mobile device.



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Step 1: Download an Android emulator for PC and Mac

Ok. First things first. If you want to use the application on your computer, first visit the Mac store or Windows AppStore and search for either the Bluestacks app or the Nox App >> . Most of the tutorials on the web recommends the Bluestacks app and I might be tempted to recommend it too, because you are more likely to easily find solutions online if you have trouble using the Bluestacks application on your computer. You can download the Bluestacks Pc or Mac software Here >>


Step 2: Install the emulator on your PC or Mac

Now that you have downloaded the emulator of your choice, go to the Downloads folder on your computer to locate the emulator or Bluestacks application.
Once you have found it, click it to install the application or exe on your PC or Mac computer.
Now click Next to accept the license agreement.
Follow the on screen directives in order to install the application properly.
If you do the above correctly, the Emulator app will be successfully installed.


Step 3: for PC - Windows 7/8 / 8.1 / 10

Now, open the Emulator application you have installed and look for its search bar. Once you found it, type AppClose in the search bar and press Search. Click on AppCloseapplication icon. A window of AppClose on the Play Store or the app store will open and it will display the Store in your emulator application. Now, press the Install button and like on an iPhone or Android device, your application will start downloading. Now we are all done.
You will see an icon called "All Apps".
Click on it and it will take you to a page containing all your installed applications.
You should see the icon. Click on it and start using the application.


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The steps to use AppClose for Mac are exactly like the ones for Windows OS above. All you need to do is install the Nox Application Emulator or Bluestack on your Macintosh. The links are provided in step one

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AppClose Software Features and Description

AppClose® has been featured on: The Wall Street Journal, USA Today, Yahoo Lifestyle, TechCrunch, Austin American-Statesman, Fatherly. Experience AppClose, the #1 Co-parenting app, to make co-parenting simpler and more seamless. Now, co-parents, stepparents, family members, childcare providers, professionals, and other third parties – regardless of whether or not they use the app – can communicate and share information easily from the convenience of any mobile device. By organizing priorities and obligations into three different categories, we’ve made it even easier for you and the people in your circle to communicate, manage tasks, share appointments and events, track expenses, and send & receive money for reimbursement obligations. Why use AppClose? • NO MONTHLY CHARGES or SUBSCRIPTION FEES! • Our unique, multi-functional calendars record and share events, appointments, expenses, and requests, & allow you to communicate by entry with other AppClose users in your circle.. • Send and receive text messages that cannot be altered or deleted. • Group chat with multiple people in your circle. • Save or share important child-related information (allergies, special medications, alternative child care options, measurements, school related information, etc.) with your co-parent or other third parties. • Add third parties to your circle (i.e. grandparents, stepparents, ad litems, attorneys, mental health professionals, etc.) to keep everyone on the same page. • Use AppClose Solo when your co-parent doesn’t use the app, you are a single parent, or you want to share personal or child-related information with non-AppClose users. • Utilizing our parenting schedule templates or customizing your own makes schedule sharing easy. • View parenting time percentages or your planned v. actual parenting time using our built-in parenting schedule statistics tracker. • Quickly send a pick-up, drop off, or swap days request when the unexpected happens. • . Check-in. With this exclusively private and non-trackable feature, you can now keep accurate records of when you arrive or depart any location, such as picking up or dropping off kids at exchanges or anywhere else for that matter. • Track expenses by category and scan and organize receipts easily. • Submit reimbursement requests through our expense tracker and keep records of any responses from the recipient (approved, declined, or paid). • Send and receive money for reimbursement obligations via ipayou®, our built-in payment solution. • Calendar notes! Exporting Records With AppClose, exporting records is simple and FREE! Whether you need records for personal use or for litigation purposes, you can easily export the following records as needed: • Unaltered text messages (on-on-one or group chat messages) • Expense records • Check-in records • Reimbursement request, payments and response records • Pick up, drop off, or swap days request and response records • AppClose Solo requests and events What is AppClose Solo? AppClose Solo is a unique and exclusive feature only available to AppClose users, allowing you to send requests and events to non-connected co-parents, third parties, or other family members via text, email, or social media. You can even attach receipts or documents and export and print any records you might need for FREE with continued access to all of the other benefits of AppClose. AppClose supports our brave military families with a way to stay connected without the burden of another expense. Within a military circle, armed forces members can keep track of kids’ schedules, exchange important child-related information, and send and receive payments for expenses. During deployments and special trainings or assignments, military parents or third parties can still receive information regarding events or requests via email when app access is not an option due to location or special orders.



Top Pcmac Reviews

  • I like the looks but....

    By Rachel Dawn D (Pcmac user)

    I like some things (that you can select certain kids for events, the way the calendar looks, options for viewing calendar), but the calendar is annoying. What’s the point of the calendar importing my iPhone calendar (where I already have the event I need entered) if I can’t just duplicate the existing event to share it or just plain share it? This app makes you create the event again in the app in order to share it even though the event you may want to share has been created on another calendar and has been imported to this app, and is sitting there staring at you while you’re in the app. Nope create the event here AGAIN just to share. And I might be able to deal with this, but when I want to enter events such as my kids camps or sports practices, I can’t duplicate an event on an additional day. You have to re-enter the information day by day. For example, I tried entering my daughter’s tennis camp. This event is the same thing, same time four days in a row, but I have to re-enter all the information for every single day. If this app would at least duplicate events on separate days I would use it. I ONLY need an easy calendar to share kids event & trips with my ex, & this is just too much for me to want to do.

  • Wanting to love its calendar

    By preemption (Pcmac user)

    I probably lost more time trying the app to understand my timeshare day schedule than I’d have spent marking manually on a sheet of paper until 2080. It is unintuitive, really convoluted with inconsistent options. You cannot mark days manually (Custom only let’s you mark a simple range). Even basic things didn’t work out. But even very simple things are full of bugs in the calendar. For example, you need to setup each holiday by hand. But by the 3rd Holiday entry, the app replaces your 1st Holiday entry with that of the 3rd. It also sees “overlaps” where there are none with “Custom Scheduled”. Probably, a Fields Medal award must be awarded to any parent able to complete a schedule successfully-regardless of how many weeks they took to accomplish it. I think the app has a lot of potential, but since it’s literally impossible to setup the calendar, and it in now way helps you with that and it is chock full of bugs and unintuitive (odd and also awkward) choices, then I must rate with one star. But, I feel that the creators may feel it’s just me or that’s two harsh. I will give an additional start for the courage to try to include a calendar, even if it’s the most horrible example of buggy, over bloated, massively confusing and horribly thought out calendar scheduling for co-parents. The rest of the App seems fantastic. I haven’t tried because what drew me to the App was having a schedule shared with the coparent.

  • May be changing parenting apps

    By Stephii09877 (Pcmac user)

    Edited to add as of 3.3 update. This app does not work or share properly on iPhones. The schedule is a pain to figure out and when shared it does not send proper schedule. It constantly freezes on my phone STILL after telling support about it over and over and documents disappear or are not received on the other end. If this app isn’t fixed ASAP I will be switching to takingparents. Things that would be helpful for my husband and I: 1. Improved Notes: notes, along with any other uploaded information such as immunization records, report cards, etc need to be time stamped and give plenty of typing space. 2. Check-ins would be very helpful for proof of pickup/drop off times with the option to take photos. 3. Calling and video calling feature. 4. Ability to bring in third party to previous conversations. 5. A messaging filter to help effective communication without assertive words. (A feature coparenter has) 6. A way for the coparent to “accept” something that’s shared with them so that the sender knows it was received. For example, uploaded medical documents. Things that need to be fixed for iPhone X: 1. Parenting schedule sharing options. When my husband shares his parenting schedule with me, It shows the coparent scheduled time not our own. 2. Freezes and force closes often when messing with calendar or main screen. 3. Messaging sometimes does not go through.

  • Will backfire custody battle

    By unconditional parent (Pcmac user)

    If you are already trying to use this app it’s already not an easy time of your life and you want this tool to make things simpler for you. This app absolutely adds to your existing frustrations. First not all messages you send to your x, reach your x. The calendar is garbage. You put in time for August 24 to September 5th from 5pm to say 4pm. It changes things to October and 730pm. The predefined schedules mixes the parents. You spend 90% your time with your child and this app will credit the 90% percent to the person that wants nothing to sacrifice with that child. If you use this app with good intent in some custody battle it could backfire badly. Now you tell me is it worth losing a child to an untrustworthy parent because some lawyer spent $23k developing a penny pinching software project while spending millions marketing this thing? Do not use this app. It just makes an already frustrating situation more dire

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