We’ve enabled clients to add custom functionality within the CodeREADr app. For example, you can present:
- Status dashboard
- Tickets sold, tickets remaining, capacity, etc.
- Last order quantity, order status, special offers, etc.
- Asset images, asset status, etc.
- Student/member/employee images
- Specific instructions for actions (e.g. safety checks, maintenance, etc.)
Anyone can put URL(s) in the Response Text when creating their database. Also, you can do it in the Service Description when creating a Service. However, to use contextual variables or Webify, a Web developer is typically needed to deploy this feature effectively.
Note: We list the context variables below for various use cases. However, in some iterations, the context variable may not always be available. For example, with Service Descriptions, the __SCAN_VALUE_ variable would not be available because the presentation of the description comes before the scan is made.