A selection of Codeacious app development projects
eBend allows flashing & trim details to be sent directly from construction site to SWI Sheetmetal Machinery. Files automatically generated by the eBend app can be emailed directly to SWI’s range of Marxman slitters, Simplex & Duplex folders for direct manufacture without any further data input in the manufacturing process. The app also provides an order sheet in PDF format replacing traditional production paperwork.
· Quick & easy data entry
· Library storage for common shapes
· Flashing vendor library
· Automatic email generation
The Queenscliff Music Festival is a popular event held annually in regional Victoria. 2015 marks the fourth year that Codeacious has developed the official festival app, and we've been receiving fantastically positive feedback from both attendees and organisers.
The app fully supports all screen sizes including iPads, works offline, and allows you to:
When internet access is available, you can also view artist videos, listen to tracks, access artist websites and connect on social media.
Geelong is home to a vivid and eclectic array of cultural stories and treasures to discover and explore. The maps featured in this app will help you to unearth art studios and galleries, striking public artworks, creative spaces and exciting performing arts locations, and find new ways to connect with the Indigenous and post-settlement histories of the Greater Geelong municipality.
Pako Festa, now in its thirty-second year, is Geelong's much loved, award-winning, free, annual community arts festival - the biggest of its kind in Australia. Codeacious is an official sponsor of this celebration of cultural diversity.
The Pako Festa 2015 app is the must-have guide for anyone coming to the Festa!
- Find stalls and activities with the interactive map
- View information about all the participating community groups and performers
- See what's on the calendar throughout the day, and build your own schedule
- Create your own Pako selfie!
The Connecting Memory app taps into a rich collection of digital stories about the iconic places and fascinating people of Geelong and the Bellarine Peninsula, Victoria, Australia. Local voices tell local stories through film, spoken word, song, images and text.
The app is a useful companion to M~M: Geelong's 24-hour Extreme Arts Walk - an 80km journey in 12 stages that traces the Contemporary Songline.
By travelling around the region and visiting interesting landmarks, the user of the app can unlock geofenced audio content.