Maybe show the projects they made. Screenshots etc.
Sure I will upload the screenshots soon...
Thanks Funmora Developers for making me the first winner and Thanks App Inventor Builder for giving us a chance to hone our talents.
Your Most Welcome @TechHamara
Congratulations once again
please send me a PM together with a link to the paid extension you have chosen as well as your Google account, so I can grant permission to that email address for you to download the extension. Thank you.
This app won the 1st position by @TechHamara
(as the video was large I uploaded the link below )
Hope you like it
@techhamara was this app functional? can it really operate D2h?
Nah, I love it.@TechHamara Great job, it looks gobsmacking!
Yeah, I think so,
it used an extension which I can't reveal now. I also saw the blocks
This app would've probably won even if a hundred people entered the competition!
It is an open source app so where is the sourcecode?
We didn't said that we will provide the source code.
What is the use of an open source app if you don't provide the source code? @TechHamara
I have made this app open source only but this source code is with the admin [Funmora developer] whether to make such public open source or not. if I am not wrong.
You made it open source so it is up to you to provide the aia. Funmora Developers have no say in this.
this app is functional, and you can operate d2h sd box of selected model.
I had previously looked at Niotron Builder
Where it was given on the rule that this app should be open source, but there is no such rule on the App Inventor community,
so this app has not been made open source.
Congratulations for winning the competition but this gives me a lot of questions.
So the rules were different on the App Inventor community and on the Niotron community for the same competition. This is really strange. I think next time we have a competition like this we will have to make sure this doesn't happen again.
Rules App Inventor
And since the app had to be made open source on the Niotron community which open source license does it have? Because if you would make it open source it would be open source anywhere, not just in the Niotron community.
Did you use a paid or non-free extension since that can not be revealed? That was one of the rules in the App Inventor community.
You see, it is very confusing at least to me. Changing rules as the organizers see fit doesn't give a good impression.
I changed the rules today evening, as we don't want to make it open-source as it is our wish. I no longer want to discuss here.
No, I don't want to reveal.
I am now not there on Niotron Community