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
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,
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
Desktop Application Development Takes Time I have been very busy for the past two months, working relentlessly to shape “The Application” and have it finished before July 2018. Development has been slow but steady. I initially projected a very rough
NSTokenField is particularly tricky to use with Core Data bindings. I wanted to model a to-many relationship between an object (specifically Client, Project, etc.) and multiple Tags. The user would select e.g. a client from a table view, and in
I have been advancing very slowly developing “The Application”. It’s a shoebox style application with Core Data as persistence engine and Charts framework for drawing charts. I have yet to find and select a reporting framework. As I have a full-time