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The 928uk® app

928uk® is published by Multizone Ltd. 928uk® is a registered trademark of Multizone Limited.

The 928 community in the UK has had its own website, sponsored and managed by Multizone since the web was only four years old in 1998. 928uk® is a community of interest with around 600 regular participants who are owners or fans of the 928 and glorious V8 engine.

  • Do you own or love the 928? Join our community, tell us about yours, or find your favourite.
  • View the gallery of participants cars and where possible we show you the original performance data for the particular model.
  • Read information and articles
  • Enjoy the magnificent variety of colours and specification for each type of 928 in the gallery
  • You can choose to add your own 928, and showcase it in our gallery
  • App users can opt-in to get notifications, for example when we are having a meet-up.

The 928uk app doesn't try to be the website or mailing list and it isn't a social networking app. But if you have a 928 and love them then we think its for you. It is free to download and use.

It has about 20 pages which use data from a real-time database for end users images and documents. it caches data which means it works offline and respects the end users data allowance, it has authentication and account profile management (creation, editing, forgot password account deletion etc). You can upload photos and get the specification of your 928. It supports Google AdMob adverts, Amazon affiliate buttons, online detection and new in this release, the articles in the app come directly from our website via the Joomla API.

928uk® for iPhone

928uk App Home Screen
Home Screen
928uk App Gallery
928uk vehicle details
Vehicle details
928uk Articles

928uk® for Android

928uk Home Screen
Home Screen
928uk Gallery
928uk Vehicle details
Vehicle details
928uk Articles

The 928uk app is based on a material design with with user interface elements including a nav bar, snack bars, list views, bottom sheets, extended floating action buttons, a simple search from a bottom sheet, automatic dark and light appearance based on phone settings and more.

It is sophisticated and rich.

It took less than 30 days in elapsed time and several releases and messages back and fore with Apple App Review from when I first submitted it to Apple to get it through App Review. RevenueCat was quite a learning curve of moving parts in the app, in the stores, in RevenueCat itself and with test scenarios. But finally Apple approved it for sale after extensive sandbox testing and I was able to push the identical build to production on Google Play.

This started as very much my kitchen sink app to check out and get to know some best practices in Flutter based app development so that I can speak from experience using something I built for myself rather than using products built or managed for clients to demonstrate mobile app capabilities.

The latest update to the app was built using Flutter with automatic submission to the App Store and Google Play. It passed App review and Play Store review on the first attempt.

This app is super niche, and I was fortunate to have a group of about 30 testers passionate about it. But it is also a proof of capability to show how a living working example of how many of the technologies in Flutter can be put to use for a community or organisation to deliver identical functionality for iOS and Android while respecting platform differences between the two major phone operating systems.

928uk® is published in the App Store and Google Play.

Licences, trademarks, source code licences and attributions

928uk® is a registered trademark of Multizone in the UK. Multizone and this site is not affiliated with or endorsed by The Joomla! Project™. Any products and services provided through this site are not supported or warrantied by The Joomla! Project or Open Source Matters, Inc. Use of the Joomla!® name, symbol, logo and related trademarks is permitted under a limited licence granted by Open Source Matters, Inc. AdMob™, AdSense™, AdWords™, Android™, Chrome OS™, Chromebook™, Chrome™, DART™, Flutter™, Firebase™, Firestore™, Fuchsia™, Gmail™, Google Maps™, Google Pixel™, Google Play™, Pixelbook Go™, and Pixel™ and other trademarks listed at the Google Brand Resource center are trademarks of Google LLC and this site is not endorsed by or affiliated with Google in any way. Apple and the Apple logo are trademarks of Apple Inc., registered in the U.S. and other countries. App Store is a service mark of Apple Inc. The OSI logo trademark is the trademark of Open Source Initiative. Any other product or company names may be trademarks™ or registered® trademarks of their respective holders. Use of these trademarks in articles here does not apply affiliation or endorsement by any of them.

Where the source code is published here on or on our GitHub by Angus Fox, Multizone Limited it is licenced according to the open source practice for the project concerned.

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Original source code for mobile apps are licenced using the same licence as the one used by "The Flutter Authors". This Licence, the BSD 3-Clause "New" or "Revised" Licence (bsd-3-clause) is a permissive licence with a clause that prohibits others from using the name of the project or its contributors to promote derived products without written consent.
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You can use any code you find here, just respect the licences and dont use the name of this site or our company to promote derived products without written consent. I mean, why would you? You're not us!

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