[iaphl] mSupply mobile is now open source!

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From: "craig@sussol.net" craig@sussol.net

Date: 03 March 2017 at 6:26:06 PM CAT

To: “International Association for Public Health Logisticians (IAPHL)” IAPHL@my.ibpinitiative.org

Subject: [iaphl] mSupply mobile is now open source!

Reply-To: “International Association for Public Health Logisticians (IAPHL)” IAPHL@my.ibpinitiative.org

Hi Everyone,

We’re thrilled to announce that mSupply mobile is now open source!

http://msupply.org.nz/mobile/

mSupply mobile is a modern mobile application that runs on an Android tablet. It records stock receipts, issues and stock on hand with a very easy to use interface.

It has a unique synchronisation system that means that it works even when there is no internet, and then synchronises data with a central server when internet is available.

mSupply mobile is already deployed in two countries (SE Asia and the Pacific), with further deployments planned in Nigeria and Kiribati in the coming months.

It is easily localised to use in other languages (It currently supports English and Tetum)

Our mSupply desktop application (not open source [yet]) includes a web dashboard that can show data synchronised from mSupply mobile.

An example dashboard is here
http://outpost.msupply.org/

The Github repository for mSupply mobile is here:
https://github.com/sussol/mobile/

The Readme file has details about the project, about contributing and about using the project in your own setting.

The license is MIT - You are free to use the application, or to branch and modify the code to use in your own project. We would prefer that contributions that would benefit other users are contributed to the master project.

Out of the box mSupply mobile synchronises with an mSupply server, but the API is publicly documented, and you are free to synchronise with any other server if you wish.

This project is a partnership with Beyond Essential Systems, has been enabled by the generous support of the Australian Government’s Dept. for Foreign Affairs and Trade.

Please email
info@msupply.org.nz for more information.

Best regards,

Craig Drown and the Sustainable Solutions team.


Sustainable Solutions

Kathmandu, Nepal & Auckland, New Zealand

Nepal:
+977 1 5548021

New Zealand:
+64 9 9506778

craig@sussol.net skype://craigdrown

http://www.sussol.net http://www.msupply.org.nz


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