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Re: An Experimental Mobile Android App For NL by BankyGee(m): 3:11pm On Aug 22
booksrite001:

Hi me up on the app, find my moniker for further information
App ke grin I am humbly operating a JAVA phone. You don't have the .jar or .jad app?
Re: An Experimental Mobile Android App For NL by booksrite001: 3:54pm On Aug 22
BankyGee:

App ke grin
I am humbly operating a JAVA phone. You don't have the .jar or .jad app?

cry

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Re: An Experimental Mobile Android App For NL by LewinskyMon: 4:38pm On Aug 22
booksrite001:
I am pleased to share this project with you web-masters. smiley

A mobile concept of NL. Feel free to share your opinions and reviews:

See the details in my signature...
Hahaha, you are still sharing my post, let me transfer 900 billion dollars to your account now so that you can stop sharing my post tongue

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Re: An Experimental Mobile Android App For NL by booksrite001: 5:53pm On Aug 22
LewinskyMon:
Hahaha, you are still sharing my post, let me transfer 900 billion dollars to your account now so that you can stop sharing my post tongue

If you convert your $900B into ₦5 notes, can you store the count in a 32bit signed integer? If you can do this, I'll stop sharing your kiss posts. grin
Re: An Experimental Mobile Android App For NL by LewinskyMon: 6:03pm On Aug 22
booksrite001:


If you convert your $900B into ₦5 notes, can you store the count in a 32bit signed integer? If you can do this, I'll stop sharing your kiss posts. grin
tongue
Re: An Experimental Mobile Android App For NL by 0KNM: 10:48pm On Aug 22
booksrite001:


grin It's a new hobby I just found. kiss
Do I know you bro? Why you sharing my posts?
Re: An Experimental Mobile Android App For NL by booksrite001: 11:13pm On Aug 22
0KNM:
Why you sharing my posts?
You equally shared a few of my posts cheesy
Why not try the experience on the app wink. Come back to share your feedback

LewinskyMon:
tongue
kiss
Re: An Experimental Mobile Android App For NL by LewinskyMon: 11:22pm On Aug 22
booksrite001:

You equally shared a few of my posts cheesy
Why not try the experience on the app wink. Come back to share your feedback


kiss

lf you don't stop sharing my post, l will report you to Buhari, Jonathan and Obasanjo, I have all your details, l have your pictures, names, BVN number were you kept 600 million dollars, and another 500 million pounds, if you share my post again, I will go straight and report you to Buhari, this is your last warning tongue

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Re: An Experimental Mobile Android App For NL by 0KNM: 5:36am On Aug 23
It means ‘I noticed you’. Please stop sharing, it’s creepy.

And sorry I can not try the experience since your app is only for Android not iOS users

Cheers mate
booksrite001:

You equally shared a few of my posts cheesy
Why not try the experience on the app wink. Come back to share your feedback


kiss

Re: An Experimental Mobile Android App For NL by Softcash(m): 10:38am On Aug 23
booksrite001:


What's the issue?
I don't know
Re: An Experimental Mobile Android App For NL by Daviddson(m): 11:40am On Aug 23
Nice innovation. How o wish Seun can upgrade Nairaland, whilst still retaining its current unique features. I want to see features like:
Block (to fight against trollsters like RemiTinubu, etc)
Downvote and upvote
Facebook-style reactions
Google ads
etc.

Seun contact me let's turn Nairaland into a multimillion dollar enterprise within the next one year that'll have an office and employ at least 50 people.
Re: An Experimental Mobile Android App For NL by Blackivy27(f): 12:59pm On Aug 23
LewinskyMon:
lf you don't stop sharing my post, l will report you to Buhari, Jonathan and Obasanjo, I have all your details, l have your pictures, names, BVN number were you kept 600 million dollars, and another 500 million pounds, if you share my post again, I will go straight and report you to Buhari, this is your last warning tongue
Lol. Me too. Booksrite why did you call me a guy?

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Re: An Experimental Mobile Android App For NL by budaatum: 2:21pm On Aug 23
YorubaEmir:
I’m not trying to discourage you bro but designing an app for nairaland is not being innovative. Nairaland does not want to move on, so move on bro. Channel your skill to a more productive adventure. You’re not the first that will design an app for nairaland and it’ll end up with others inside the trash.
I believe a lot of skills and manpower went into creating the app and you’ve learned a lot during the process. I’ll advise you to move on with your skills as nairaland is stuck in the dark ages
You fail to see that the op knows something you don't, which is that Nairaland is you and me and the reason Nairaland don't move on is me and you is stuck. Not booksrite001 though. Book is not sitting on ass waiting for a mover, for as you see, op is a mover, moving us on out of the "dark ages".

Funny when some take the same attitude to Naija go better one day. Instead of moving our lazy asses and making things better, we fall on our knees and pray for better to drop down like the manna falls down from the heavens.

Well done mover op. Like the "dislike" button. Does it have "ignore" too and fb and twitter? The ability to do those will increase publicity and move us on.
Tags too. Some like cataloging. Will post stars when I've tested it. Tell me a bit about security please. How hackable is your app?

This is our community. Those blaming Seun for their "dark ages" are blaming the wind and the clouds for their noninnovativeness!

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Re: An Experimental Mobile Android App For NL by booksrite001: 9:15pm On Aug 23
budaatum:

You fail to see that the op knows something you don't, which is that Nairaland is you and me and the reason Nairaland don't move on is me and you is stuck. Not booksrite001 though. Book is not sitting on ass waiting for a mover, for as you see, op is a mover, moving us on out of the "dark ages".

Funny when some take the same attitude to Naija go better one day. Instead of moving our lazy asses and making things better, we fall on our knees and pray for better to drop down like the manna falls down from the heavens.

Well done mover op. Like the "dislike" button. Does it have "ignore" too and fb and twitter? The ability to do those will increase publicity and move us on.
Tags too. Some like cataloging. Will post stars when I've tested it. Tell me a bit about security please. How hackable is your app?

This is our community. Those blaming Seun for their "dark ages" are blaming the wind and the clouds for their noninnovativeness!

Your post is marvelous. You really addressed the most essential things about this innovation.
Like I shared earlier, this is an experiment. My Imagination is wild and I have even gotten tons of feedback about adding this, removing that. While still trying to engage the community via this thread, I am quite reluctant to add some features as the Chairman of NL hasn't given a go ahead and hence, his full support. So it remains an experiment.

Security
Well, regarding data, not a lot of hiding exists NL as a significant % of sections can be read by guests. The most important thing is that every member's space remains accessible only to them. This security setup is replicated on the app and protected by the same security built into modern browsers and https protocols. NL is actively improving the security features and that's credible.

Dislike, Ignore, etc
I am working on a setup that can allow members block seeing posts(+ contents) from a moniker. Thanks for your gesture on the 'unlike' a lot of people like it too. Even me.

Blackivy27:
Lol. Me too. Booksrite why did you call me a guy?
He was in love already. Don't you see?


Daviddson:
Nice innovation. How o wish Seun can upgrade Nairaland, whilst still retaining its current unique features. I want to see features like:
Block (to fight against trollsters like RemiTinubu, etc)
Downvote and upvote
Facebook-style reactions
Google ads
etc.
... employ at least 50 people.
Thanks for the appraisal. I believe the Mods are much tho. At least 1 for each of the about 63 forums.

0KNM:
It means ‘I noticed you’. Please stop sharing, it’s creepy.
And sorry I can not try the experience since your app is only for Android not iOS users
Cheers mate
Thanks for your msg. The IOS version is done and undergoing UAT. This thread will be the first to know.

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Re: An Experimental Mobile Android App For NL by booksrite001: 9:35pm On Aug 23
OpenYourEyes1:
Good job. You should consider creating a FAQ.

I think if you want the app to be accepted quickly try making it load faster and smoothly.

App pro and con:

Pro
* It is feature rich.
* It clean and simple

Con
It a little bit slow and does not load smoothly.
This is the most actionable feedback received so far.
I'll do some optimizations to improve the speed.
About the FAQ, I'll include it in the store listing after carefully pulling what to place.

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Re: An Experimental Mobile Android App For NL by Blackivy27(f): 11:55pm On Aug 23
booksrite001:


Your post is marvelous. You really addressed the most essential things about this innovation.
Like I shared earlier, this is an experiment. My Imagination is wild and I have even gotten tons of feedback about adding this, removing that. While still trying to engage the community via this thread, I am quite reluctant to add some features as the Chairman of NL hasn't given a go ahead and hence, his full support. So it remains an experiment.

Security
Well, regarding data, not a lot of hiding exists NL as a significant % of sections can be read by guests. The most important thing is that every member's space remains accessible only to them. This security setup is replicated on the app and protected by the same security built into modern browsers and https protocols. NL is actively improving the security features and that's credible. Cors for example was recently added and that's commendable. I am looking forward to seeing more security additions.

Dislike, Ignore, etc
I am working on a setup that can allow members block seeing posts(+ contents) from a moniker. Thanks for your gesture on the 'unlike' a lot of people like it too. Even me.


He was in love already. Don't you see?



Thanks for the appraisal. I believe the Mods are much tho. At least 1 for each of the about 63 forums.


Thanks for your msg. The IOS version is done and undergoing UAT. This thread will be the first to know.





But you're a female?? Lol he wasn't.
Re: An Experimental Mobile Android App For NL by BankyGee(m): 5:53pm On Aug 25
booksrite001:

This is the most actionable feedback received so far.
I'll do some optimizations to improve the speed.
About the FAQ, I'll include it in the store listing after carefully pulling what to place.

Bro, create the Java version na cry
Re: An Experimental Mobile Android App For NL by booksrite001: 12:11pm On Aug 26
BankyGee:

Bro, create the Java version na cry

Let's embrace 2019 bro. WhatsApp had a good reason of dropping Java + Symbian and even Windows Phone 7.
I'll forgive you if you use Gingerbread (Android 2.3) but for j2me, nah.

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Re: An Experimental Mobile Android App For NL by booksrite001: 12:11pm On Aug 26
Blackivy27:
But you're a female?? Lol he wasn't.

grin grin grin

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Re: An Experimental Mobile Android App For NL by BankyGee(m): 4:00pm On Aug 26
booksrite001:


Let's embrace 2019 bro. WhatsApp had a good reason of dropping Java + Symbian and even Windows Phone 7.
I'll forgive you if you use Gingerbread (Android 2.3) but for j2me, nah.
I'll learn programming. undecided
Re: An Experimental Mobile Android App For NL by Blackivy27(f): 4:33pm On Aug 26
booksrite001:


grin grin grin
hmm. Why you laughing??
Re: An Experimental Mobile Android App For NL by KolaDream: 10:53am On Aug 27
Seun:
Please bear with me for not responding in detail up to this point. We have lots of issues at the moment but I will get to this as soon as I can.

Dear Seun,
Kindly provide an update on my pending Ads. Secondly, there is no response to the mail sent to
Thank you
Re: An Experimental Mobile Android App For NL by booksrite001: 10:35pm On Aug 27
BankyGee:

I'll learn programming. undecided


Fantastic. Start with C#. Move to Xamarin Form
Then to ASP MVC, then to Windows Form, then to Web Form. Then to UWP and finish at Core. You can graduate beginner series by December if you spare 6 hours daily on this.

Look for c# yellow book by Prof Rob Miles, University of Hull,UK to start with.

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Re: An Experimental Mobile Android App For NL by BankyGee(m): 10:40pm On Aug 27
booksrite001:



Fantastic. Start with C#. Move to Xamarin From
Then to ASP MVC, then to Windows Form, then to Web Form. Then to UWP and finish at Core. You can graduate beginner series by December if you spare 6 hours daily on this.

Look for c# yellow book by Prof Rob Miles, University of Hull,UK to start with.
shocked Thanks!

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Re: An Experimental Mobile Android App For NL by booksrite001: 9:34am On Sep 02
KolaDream:


Dear Seun,
Kindly provide an update on my pending Ads. Secondly, there is no response to the mail sent to
Thank you

Dear KolaDream, have you tried out our app? It looks fabulous at night.

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Re: An Experimental Mobile Android App For NL by KolaDream: 10:41am On Sep 02
Amazing interface

booksrite001:


Dear KolaDream, have you tried out our app? It looks fabulous at night.

We are looking for an experienced Marketing strategist to lead our Marketing department. You’ll be responsible for setting specific objectives to develop a cohesive and profitable marketing strategy for our company (https://www.dreamworksdirect.com/job/marketing-strategist/ )
Re: An Experimental Mobile Android App For NL by iHart(m): 9:36pm On Sep 06
I downloaded the app, its cool but its not working like that of Nairaland web page

For instance, if I click on the business section, what comes up on the app is different from what comes up on the web page.

I guess this app eats a lot of data as compared to the webpage.

One thing I can't do on the app for now is to put in my login details.

One other thing is that when you click on a thread, you don't have that sections anymore. To see the sections, you will have to go back.

The ads are something else, I hate seeing those unnecessary ads that just pop up from no where. The ads will also be chopping data.

Like someone advised, why not try out something completely different and leave Nairaland to Seun. He doesn't want to upgrade it.

Since I can't chat up with friends on Nairaland, I think its not necessary to have the app.
Re: An Experimental Mobile Android App For NL by MrHeff(m): 9:28am On Sep 07
booksrite001:



Fantastic. Start with C#. Move to Xamarin Form
Then to ASP MVC, then to Windows Form, then to Web Form. Then to UWP and finish at Core. You can graduate beginner series by December if you spare 6 hours daily on this.

Look for c# yellow book by Prof Rob Miles, University of Hull,UK to start with.
a smart lady who codes? Who are you, how can I get to know you? embarassed
Re: An Experimental Mobile Android App For NL by madenigga(m): 10:33am On Sep 07
booksrite001:


cry
This girl did u track my from my old account that's banned?
Re: An Experimental Mobile Android App For NL by LewinskyMon: 1:38pm On Sep 07
MrHeff:
a smart lady who codes? Who are you, how can I get to know you? embarassed
She is the a member of Donald Trump kitchen cabinet member, l have her full names and contact details, but I will not give you unless you pay 900 million dollars into my account tongue
Re: An Experimental Mobile Android App For NL by MrHeff(m): 4:20pm On Sep 07
LewinskyMon:
She is the a member of Donald Trump kitchen cabinet member, l have her full names and contact details, but I will not give you unless you pay 900 million dollars into my account tongue
supply your details then. The 900 million Zimbabwean dollars will get to you shortly

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