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Mobile solutions for accessing report content

<p>Hi, all!  So, we are looking at gaining the ability for our users to have access to our reports via iPhone, iPad, Android phones / tablets.  I found this page <a data-ipb='nomediaparse' href='http://www.actuate.com/resources/resource-center/?articleid=22665'>http://www.actuate.com/resources/resource-center/?articleid=22665</a>, which includes links to iTunes / Google Play, but I'm told that the apps are not available in the US......  So, what is the solution to this quandary????</p>
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<p>Have a great afternoon!</p>
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<p>Scott</p>
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  • <p>The iOS and Android apps are no longer used because it was easier to have the end user log into iHub, or the iHub based web application via their mobile/tablet browser.</p>
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    <p>Some customers have integrated iHub content with their web application using JSAPI, and others have deployed their own app.  For the later, an example is available on GitHub (<a data-ipb='nomediaparse' href='https://github.com/ActuateBIRT/GazetteerExample'>https://github.com/ActuateBIRT/GazetteerExample</a>). </p>
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    <p>I can have your local Solutions Consultant contact you to discuss options.</p>

    Clement Wong
    Principal Analytics Architect

    OpenText Corporation
    http://www.actuate.com | http://www.opentext.com

  • <p>Good morning, Clement!  Thanks for the info.  I will check out the example on Github to see what it looks like.</p>
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    <p>Have a great day!</p>
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    <p>Scott</p>
  • <blockquote class="ipsBlockquote" data-author="Clement Wong" data-cid="146105" data-time="1479938508">
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    <p>The iOS and Android apps are no longer used because it was easier to have the end user log into iHub, or the iHub based web application via their mobile/tablet browser.</p>
    <p> </p>
    <p>Some customers have integrated iHub content with their web application using JSAPI, and others have deployed their own app.  For the later, an example is available on GitHub (<a data-ipb='nomediaparse' href='https://github.com/ActuateBIRT/GazetteerExample'>https://github.com/ActuateBIRT/GazetteerExample</a>).</p&gt;
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    <p>I can have your local Solutions Consultant contact you to discuss options.</p>
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    <p>Hi Clement,</p>
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    <p>So if I understand this correctly, since BIRT/Ihub has adopted HTML5, the the separate content or app is not required to make the ihub content mobile friendly. Is this understanding correct</p>
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    <p>Thanks</p>
    <p>Gunesh</p>
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