This page shows details for your group. This is one of the primary areas for future expansion.
Here the user can see the current main motion, make notes, and tap to consider motions. When an item is tabled or voted on, the app automatically displays whatever is next.
Here the user can record the final vote on an item.
This shows what a set of meeting notes looks like at the top level.
InOrder is the very first complete app I developed. It’s an all-round meeting assistant for anyone who runs meetings that follow Robert’s Rules of Order or similar forms of parliamentary debate. InOrder makes it easy to plan a meeting, run the meeting according to proper parliamentary procedure, and record notes and results from the meeting for later review. Future versions of the app will allow these notes to be shared by a group moderator with other group members via an online database.
I did many smaller projects at The Iron Yard. One of the more interesting ones included a model for a banking system, complete with a foundation for storage in JSON (GitHub). Another was a command-line Tic Tac Toe game (GitHub). We also made a small library catalogue app and a to-do list sharing app that utilizes Firebase, which I plan to polish and share in detail soon.