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New Liquid Calculator (WebApp for iPhone/Smartphones and PCs)

Discussion in 'DIY E-Liquid' started by ElVaho, Dec 20, 2014.

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  1. ElVaho

    ElVaho Full Member

    Dec 20, 2014
    Hi all,

    I have just finished developing a liquid calculator for DIY liquid mixing (it's a web based app) that is optimized for Smartphones (iPhone, Windows Phone, Andriod etc.).
    But it will also work great on PCs or tablets.

    LiquidCalculator.jpg

    https://liquid.rent-a-developer.de

    Key Features:
    • Calculate your liquid mix
    • It outputs you the result in percent, milliliters, grams (for mixing by weight) and money (if you've entered the costs of the ingredients).
    • You can save your receipts (it will be stored on your own device, so no cloud computing whatsoever)
    • You can sync your receipts and settings with your DropBox account
    • You can print your receipt
    • Click on the icon in the upper left corner to open the menu for advanced options

    Why did I create it?
    • Because I can! :p
    • Because it's fun do to!
    • Because I have not found a good liquid calculator App for the iPhone or any web based calculator that works on a smaller screen like the iPhone has.
    • Because I wanted to give something back to the vaping community.

    I hope you enjoy using it.
    Please give your feedback, especially when you find some errors in it or you have an idea for improving it.

    If it brings you a warning because of the SSL Certificate: You can ignore that and just click on "go ahead" (or whatever your browser will offer you as option).
    The SSL Certificate is a self signed one, because I haven't had the time yet to get a proper one.
    You can also use the app without https (replace the https:// with http:// in the URL), but then unfortunately the DropBox synchronization will not work because DropBox does not allow 3rd party websites to use it when it's not accessed via https/SSL for obvious safety reasons.
     
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