Monthly Archives: July 2011
The new release is being looked over by Apple’s App Store elves. Should be available shortly.
Submission is coming soon. In the meantime, here is the official 3.5.0 change list straight from the user’s guide. Added database import functionality for batch mode and basic edits Added ability to edit the date and time of a event … Continue reading
Beta is done. Day or two from submission now!
The fourth beta build was released to testers last night. So far, the changes in each beta have been very small to address some long-standing minor bugs or fix a minor issue or two with new 3.5.0 code. There is one issue … Continue reading
Second beta release went out today. Two minor bugs fixed. Plan is to wrap this cycle up mid-week, then see where we are at. If all goes well, should have 3.5.0 into the App Store for approval by the coming … Continue reading
The beta continues. So far, things have been pretty quiet, which is either really good or really bad. Hopefully, if it is the good to really good end, we can get the release into the submission flow next week which … Continue reading
One of the other big changes in 3.5.0 is the addition of support for importing into the database. With this, you can take use a text file to do bulk additions or edits to the database. As a result, the … Continue reading
This evening, the final changes went in for 3.5 and the code froze. The build will be going out to the testers shortly. From here on out, we’re just fixing bugs. Hopefully, the beta will go smoothly and we’ll be … Continue reading
One thing that we have been looking at trying to do for a while is use the data that RCLogbook has collected on everything to try to provide some indication of battery health and how that changes over time. In … Continue reading