One of the more common mistakes users make is to think of a single app as just one user.
That means they’re unlikely to create an app that works for both their friends and themselves.
In fact, it’s often much easier to create something that’s both, and that’s called a “single user experience.”
But that’s not what you should do.
For a single application, you want to build an app for everyone.
In this tutorial, we’ll walk you through a single page of code that shows you how to create that single user experience.
We’ll start with a single developer’s app.
The code is located in the app.js file.
We’re going to create two apps, one for a single person, and one for two people.
We want to use the app as a single source of data for both the user and the app, so we’ll need to create one app with the same permissions.
This will be a shared app, but we’ll also create a new app for the two people, just to make sure that our users have a single experience.
Next, we need to tell our users what their app should look like.
First, we set up a shared directory, which we’ll use to store the app files.
We use the shared folder for this app, and the shared app for our two users.
Now, we can open up the app’s code in a browser and browse to the directory.
In the code for the app for a person, the app is located at app.app/shared/some/folder.
You’ll notice that we haven’t changed anything in the code from the previous tutorial.
We still have the same folder structure.
In that same directory, we’re using the shared file, which means that it’s shared across all of our users.
The shared file is the folder structure we’ve created in the previous section.
You can also view a list of all the files in a shared folder by clicking the gear icon in the lower right corner of the browser window.
In our code, the shared directory is app/shared.
Next up, we use the folder for the shared application, and we set the shared object’s permissions to read-only.
We also set the app to run in the background, which will make it easy to access the app from the background even if it doesn’t have the full control of the user’s device.
In order to do this, we first create a shared file for the single user.
This file will have the app permissions that we’ve set earlier in the tutorial.
Then, we create a file for our users to open.
In code, this is app.shared/shared-apps/some-folder.
We can see this file by clicking on the gear icons in the browser’s upper right corner.
You should now see a new folder open in your browser, named shared.
Now that we have our shared app file open, we open up it in the new app.
When the user opens the app in the shared-apps folder, they should see a single file with the name shared.
This is our single user app.
To start building this app for people, we tell it to open a new file called app.
shared/shared and set the permissions to write-only .
This means that only our users can open the app and that anyone else can’t.
Next we create the app that our two people can use.
This app is called app-specific.
The app is stored in app- specific.js and it needs to have the permission to read from the shared shared folder, so it needs the shared files app- unique.
Finally, we add the new shared folder app to the app- users list in the users object.
The new app-users object also has the shared apps permissions we set earlier, so now it can open our app.
We create a list item for this new app in app.users, and use it to show that it can’t open the shared Shared folder app.
In app.user.js, we call the function open() and then set the application’s permission to the read-write read-modify write permissions.
When we call this function, it opens the shared folders app-unique folder, app-shared.
Then it calls open() on the app object, and it calls read() on app- exclusive, app.
This means we’re actually reading from the app itself, which is why it can only open apps with the read access permission.
When you open an app, you’ll notice the code changes to read the app file.
This tells the browser that we’re opening a file, and then we can show the app what to show to the user.
You might be wondering why we haven, and you’re right.
You don’t want to open shared folders in your app if you’re trying to open