I don't know if this is a question to be asked or not, but I have an application of two Versions
If the user, is using the Mobile Device the AppTimeSheet Application (Should Run which is created for Mobile)
and if the user is using the Tablet Device the TimeSheet App (Tablet) Application (Should Run which is Created in Landscape for Tablet users).
is there any way to do this, or they have to download the app from PowerApp Store according to their device?
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Hi @MH3 ,
We run the same app on phones, tablets and PCs.
I always to a Landscape version as all the phone has to do is turn sideways.
Is this what you are asking?
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No No @WarrenBelz
Actually you might not got my point of question.
my client said, create the app in two versions One for mobile users and one for Tablet users.
because they have some users, with tablets assigned to them so they can also use that application accordingly. So, what I did is I created an another application with the orientation changed to landscape mode (Tablet mode).
Now, my client said the users who have mobile device, the Mobile Orientated Application should run onto their devices and those who have tablets the Tablet Orientated Application should run.
as I have named both the apps differently you can see in the ScreenShot in my first post.
It won't run an app automatically based on the type of project. You can run apps created for tablets on a Phone and you can run phone apps on a PC. Its up to the user to choose the appropriate app to run.
An alternative would be to write a single app that adapts to the device its running on using Responsive Design. That way when you run the app on a mobile device like a phone it would adapt to the smaller screen space, but when running it on a desktop or tablet it would expand to use the whole screen. You can read about responsive design apps here:
Good to see you.
Yes, you are saying correct but your solution make a big workaround to set the dynamic layout of the application, I saw the link it describes how to set the dynamic layout but that's making my work a lot because there are many things to work with under my app.
is there any easy way ? or the user should download the appropriate application from the store as I mentioned App TimeSheet (for Mobile) and TimeSheet App (Tablet) for Tablet users?
will that work?
I agree that building a single responsive design app is a good bit of extra work. The easiest solution, as you said, is to clearly differentiate the destination platform for the app and have user's manually select which one to use. Just remember, that building and maintaining two completely separate apps is also a lot of work. There is no easy fix.
I am agreed with you.
can you provide me a demo application which has some dynamic layout formulas.
so that I can handle those with my one single application?
I just have to understand how does that work, because from that link I am confused a little.
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