Gainstrack 0.0.8 updates

A critical bug was found in 0.0.6 where one couldn’t edit historic workouts. That’s now fixed in 0.0.8. Assuming no more bugs found, I’ll also push this to the Android store.

In addition, thanks to feedback from “britPaul”, the workout planner is starting to make progress again – it is now unit aware like the rest of the site, able to handle planning in lbs or kgs. A fair amount of work is still needed for it to be truly useful though.

The only other technical update is the removal of the jQuery dependency. AngularJS doesn’t need jQuery and neither do I. That reduces the 3rd party javascript payload by 20%, which should result in slightly faster loads.

One final mention is my anecdotal testing of the mobile site is that it is definitely performing better on my phone! With all the changes, I can’t tell if it is Cordova, Angular or what but the speed increase is definitely useful.

Gainstrack 0.0.6 Updates

The website has been updated and the Android app will be updated in the app store shortly. Feature-wise, the main items are to fix the previously mentioned annoying issues

  • Navigating away from the app mid-workout and coming back – your workout will still be there
  • Using the app without internet reception will still allow you to record your workout
  • A news link so you can see this blog for updates

The last feature is only really for the Android app but if you are using the iPhone app, you can still pre-load by opening in reception and then using while out of internet reception.

Behind the scenes, a bunch of technical updates have been maded

Ideally these changes won’t have any functional changes but should boost performance a little by using libraries a year newer. On the other hand there may be a few glitches on the way. If so, please email or message me.