This to provide an overall understanding and guidance for the Content Management System concept, to National Societies who developed the Universal App Program.
This short checklist will guide you through the key milestone tasks you need to complete in order to develop a Hazard app with the GDPC.
This short checklist contains the milestone taks that you need to complete, in order to succesfully develop a First Aid app with the GDPC.
Before your app can be released, a member of your national society with signing authority must sign the agreement electronically in the CMS. An electronic copy is available to review. It is in English and for legal reasons not translated. You can can translate at their own cost and discretion.
It is important that you are in the correct Country Store to view your app. The GDPC does not release the apps globally, and the app will only be released in your country’s store. This means you must have an account for your own country’s Google Play Store and be in that store to view …
This paper will guide you through some of the most important attributes of the Google Analytics tool to use when analyzing the performance of your First Aid or Hazard app.
The GDPC is always available to help you with your videos. If you don’t have the ability or resources to make or edit the videos yourself, this document will guide you in contacting the GDPC to help you.
The GDPC is supportive of National Societies who wish to create their own videos. In its stock, the GDPC has videos available to national societies, some created in the United Kingdom and others created in Trinidad & Tobago. If you don’t wish to use these videos and wish to make your own, this document will …
If your country has a Google Play store, then you will be expected to create a banner of feature graphic for your Hazard app that will appear on the head of the app’s page in the Play Store.