24 Ağustos 2013 Cumartesi

Fangorn is now open-source!


A few days ago, I posted about Fangorn, an application for making todo-trees and said the code was to embarrassing to publish. Well, it is kinda better now, so I do not hesitate to put it on git. Here is the link if someone is interested.

I am planning to make a final update bringing an even nicer user interface, some performance improvements and some bug fixes  tomorrow before adding online features like having all your devices in sync, viewing your notes in a web browser from anywhere, or even sharing tasks, for projects with friends! The update is almost ready, but it still needs some polish and love.

Feedback about the app is always more than welcome.

21 Ağustos 2013 Çarşamba

Fangorn - Yet another to-do list application for android


Since two days I have been working on a small project called Fangorn (Treebeard from the Lord of the Rings), an application that lets you create to-do lists in a tree manner. You can add task descriptions, images, and subtasks with different importance to the main task. How much of the main task is done will be calculated automatically.

 Here is a link to the app on Play Store. There are still many things to do, but I think it's already usable as long as you are OK with unstable software. After some code cleaning I am going to publish it as an open-source application, but right now I am ashamed of my code.

Fangorn is written in Python using Kivy. Hell yes, android without Java. (If you like, you can read my poem "Java, why I hate you"). If you are interested in contributing, any kind of help is welcome. (Installing and telling me if you liked is contribution too! I need feedback, as my only testing device is a Nexus 7, so I have no idea whether it works properly on smaller screens.) Just let me know.

A screenshot of Fangorn:

That's all for now, I need to code on! Stay in "touch", updates including desktop client, sync, and task sharing with friends are coming soon.