|1||Signing in to Parse||This video explains how to sign in to Parse to make changes to your AppYourWay app.|
|2||Sending simple push notifications||There are two types of push notifications that can be sent, one is the simple method, this is where you simply enter the text you want to send and press send. The second is JSON based.|
|3||Sending JSON based push notifications||There are two types of push notifications that can be sent, one is the JSON method, this is where you enter some JSON code which directs a user to a specific URL. The second is a simple text based method. Sample code is:|
"alert": "Test Push Message: Do you want to Open Facebook Web?",
The 'isForce' can be no, if no it means the user has the choice to cancel going to the URL you specify. if 'isForce' is set to yes, the user is forced to open the URL you specified
|4||Parse contains a 'Installation' report, what is it for? It reflects the number of people who have installed your app. Check out the video for more information|
|5||AppYourWay apps contain the ability to record all events associated with the app in your Google Analytics account. Check this video out to see how.|
|6||There are currently two themes for our apps. One is a 'Standard' theme with small icons in list form while the second is a 'Circles' theme that contain larger icons side by side surrounded in a circle.|
|7||This video explains how to setup manual house ads for cross promotion or revenue generating purposes. Unlike AdMob ads, these ads are fully controlled by yourself. If you want to setup AdMob ads, see this video.|
Our apps permit you to display ads originating from AdMob. This video explains how to do that in Parse but does not explain how to use AdMob. To learn more about AdMob, go to the AdMob website. The alternative are manual house ads explained in another video.
|9||Our apps permits the user to choose their language which in turn displays the titles of each icon based on the language choice. This means however that you'll need html pages for each language you establish. This video will explain how to do this..|
|10||There are two types of notifications that AppYourWay apps provides. One is a push notification and the other are stored notifications. Stored notifications display a 'not read' count when the user opens the app located at the bottom left of the screen, the user options the notifications option and a list of historic notifications is displayed. Here you can add notifications of various types. Each notification will however have to point to a specific URL or your home page. Some app owners will repeat each of their push notifications here so that users never miss a thing.|
|11||Maps in AppYourWay apps permits you to place up to 100 pins on a map. Each pin displays the name of the pin along with your distance from it. If you select the info button associated with a pin, a URL can be linked to the pin. Ideal for creating a hunt type game. NEW: Please note that the map can now be at any level of the menu, the number 9 menu item is no longer reserved just for maps and the map title can be changed to whatever you'd like. Also, you can add custom colors to each pin using the hex code format ie: ff00ff.|
|12||Your AppYourWay app has a landing page which is the first page the user sees. You can change the landing page as often as you'd like. The landing page can be sold to a vendor or display a promotional message of some type.|
AppYourWay produces apps that take mobile friendly websites and turns them into apps that can be downloaded from the Apple and Google Stores. In this way you only have to maintain your existing website, not an app. We also provide these apps for as little as $25 a month.
We use Parse as out backend server to display our menu and icon links contained in our app. We also store there the landing page of the app and any Manual Ads that you might create. Push notifications are also sent from Parse making it a very flexible tool for developers.