Mini Point Of Sale Application Android + iOS Fully Offline
miniPOS is a mobile application that turn your smartphone into a Point of Sales system. miniPOS is the easiest way to manage your sales, inventory and customers from your smartphone.
This is a completely offline version, all data is saved in your devices using SQLite database.
Latest update: 16/10/2021
By: TLS Software
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1. Development Tool Installation
The installation is pretty easy, please follow the steps below:
- Download Visual Studio 2019
- Extract the miniPOS main source file, and then open the folder.
- In the main folder you will find the solution (Name: miniPOS Type: Microsoft Visual Studio Solution) double click on it and wait till everything is loaded.
- In the Visual Studio Build > Clean Solution, click it and wait till it finish.
- Again In the Visual Studio menu bar go to Build > Build Solution, click it and wait till it finish building your project.
a) Download Visual Studio for Windows as shown below
Select Mobile development with .NET check boxe as the image bellow and then press install for (Visual studio on Windows)
b) Install all Android SDKs in your system.
From your Visual studio go to tools menu >> Android >>Sdk Manager
Select your targeted Sdk (MiniPOS targeted latest Android 10 this time), as images bellow
After you installed all the SDKs in your system, you are ready to start and build your app,
Follow step 3.
c) Clean Solution, Then Build Solution, and wait till it finish.
Be sure when your build your application to set your linking to “SDK and assemblies only” in either Debug or Release mode before the archive is done or during your test.
d) Installing the prerequisite
For API application, you may need to have the following tools installed:
- Git - (optional)
- Node.js - . Please note the version should be >=8
- Npm - Node.js package manager, comes with Node.js. Please make sure npm version is >=5
- angular-cli: You can install angular-cli by executing from your terminal npm install -g @angular/cli . More details can be found here .
You might also need some specific native packages depending on your operating system like build-essentialon Ubuntu.