One of the concepts of the shop floor mobile is that you use the same functionality on computers, tablets, scanners, everywhere you work to make it easier for everybody and easy to deploy.
So if you look in the shop floor functionality in here, this is how the flow will look on a computer with a high resolution.
Of course, with the smaller resolution, the tiles would be bigger, I could register runtime, state production order number, state operation number, etc.
If you’re using exactly the same, because this is just logged in as a browser, you could use the same functionality on a tablet, for instance.
And on a tablet, it would look like this, and you have the same tasks, you register runtime, you select production order number, etc.
If you view it on a mobile phone or a scanner, it will look like this.
And you can test it when you download the client from app stores, you can actually test it with this design functionality to see how it would look on the devices you’re using how you would prefer to work with it.
The idea is that the same flow applies to all the devices, which means that– ops, let me just select an operation number here, which means that it’s very flexible and you’re not logged to anything you can use it exactly like you want, just like this.
So now I just made a registration here on my phone. Let me go back to a computer review.
Thereby, it’s very flexible and you just need devices that have internet access, at least all the ability to download the Microsoft app for business central. Everything works within business central.