This isn’t anything to do with that Google program. I’m just putting out a quick post about what I’m up to these days. New development. I’ve jumped back into mobile development once more now focusing on Ubuntu Phone and Sailfish OS. I see a lot of potential in both of these platforms and some opportunity to expand my skills while having a little fun. I have a social app currently being roughed out and in development.
It’s been a crazy busy 2014 and there are no signs that it will let up anytime soon. I have a tendency to line up several projects which I don’t necessarily have time for but work on anyway. So here is a quick recap of what I have brewing in the background. BlackBerry Over the last year or so BlackBerry has gone through a lot of much needed transformation as a company.
I’ve been working on an update to Renamed Todo and made some good progress over this last weekend. Mostly minor stuff, a few cosmetic changes, a few UI tweaks, and a small bug fix which I’m attempting to squash now. I’m also doing some work under the hood to prepare for a much bigger update to follow. On a related note I’ve decided to pull Todo.txt Enyo from the HP app catalog (webOS for those who may not know).
Long live webOS! I’ve decided to release a minor update to address some webOS specific requests. First up has to do with scaling properly on a Pre 3 device. Since I don’t have an actual Pre 3 device I have to rely on the simulator which doesn’t truly show how small or large the text actually looks. Hopefully this will help those die hard users from having to strain their eyes.
The fourth release of Todo.txt Enyo is now available for both WebOS and BlackBerry PlayBook. Even though there was only one new feature added I think it’s a good one. This release took a little while to get approved in BlackBerry App World. I suspect the folks in Waterloo are getting a lot more app submissions these days. What’s New Archive support (done.txt) Download WebOS package available from the HP App Catalog.
The third release of Todo.txt Enyo is now available for both WebOS and BlackBerry PlayBook. This release includes minor UI tweak, a bug fix, and a new feature. What’s New Filter by project or context New app icons Bug fix: created date inserted when updating task Download WebOS package available from the HP App Catalog. PlayBook package available from BlackBerry App World. Both packages available to download for side loading.
The second beta of Todo.txt Enyo has been uploaded to the HP App Catalog beta channel and is available now. There have been some various bug fixes, minor UI modifications, and initial support for the BlackBerry Playbook. Check out the Apps page for how to get it. What’s New Initial BlackBerry PlayBook support. Insert for project, context, and priority on add or edit. Known Issues Edit field on the PlayBook does not wrap cleanly because of a hack to work around problems with the RichText control outside of webOS.
The first version of Todo.txt Enyo has been published on the HP App Catalog beta channel. It’s available now to those who are willing to try it out. I’m sure there are plenty of bugs to be discovered so feedback will be very much appreciated. Todo.txt Enyo is a mobile application for managing your todo.txt file on webOS devices written using the EnyoJS framework. It has been released under the Apache License 2.