I was on vacation for 15 days and away from my Mac for a week. After a short trip to Bariloche, I returned home and was able to complete my rework of the Clients view, which was a simple NSTableView.
It’s release day (more like night actually). This is the third public alpha, and it’s the baseline for implementing invoice generation. The logic is mostly implemented, but there is no UI so far. I’m still undecided on how to do
I just uploaded the first public alpha release, FreelanceStation Alpha 8. It is still rough on some edges, lacks invoice generation and payment handling, transactions, reports and more charts. I’m using this release as the starting point to add further
For the past two months I’ve been busy finishing some core features to have an Alpha version ready for public release. I would really love to start the new year with a release, and I’m possibly going to do it!
Today it’s been 15 months of slow development. I’ve been busy with other things, mostly life and family, so I couldn’t get much work done. Mojave was released last month and so I upgraded my Mac. I had tested previously
Michael Tsai posted two links with different authors opinions on the subject. The HN conversation that ensues from the original link, by Seth Godin, is highly interesting for the myriad of points of view. Let me share mine. I grew
Last progress update was two months ago. I have already implemented estimate editing and basic workflow, template previewing and sending of estimates by email or printing. I haven’t designed an actual template yet, it’s mostly a dummy for testing purposes,
I just deleted my personal Facebook account, in light of the already well-known data leak. I joined for the first time about 7 years ago, coerced by my coworkers, and had closed it at least once. It looks like it
It’s been two months since the last update. I went on vacations in January and came back this week, so sadly I wasn’t able to do any work for nearly a month. I almost finished UI for creating estimates and