Updates this week: 0.3 out the door
We had to do some hacking of dying limbs to get there, but 0.3 is out the door. This was the biggest release cycle since things started up. However, the features of an API and multi user auth were worth it. There were a ton of small tweaks long the way as well. Here's hoping that 0.4 is a bit faster in the moving and releasing
You'll notice that we're backtracking on having a Firefox extension and a mobile site. Both are horribly broken at the moment. I really want to get this going though and they will be specific todo items in up coming releases. Well, except the Firefox extension part. Honestly, every time I try to get started with the Firefox extension I feel like the team there is just damn hostile to developers. It's beyond ridiculous how unable to get a handle on things there it's been. Confusing docs all over the place, an add on sdk that tries to run a virtualenv, but you don't built it from any of your local python's so your fubar if you have the wrong one, the fact that it's all getting redone again in JS and not Python...Sorry. I'm just not willing to be a fulltime firefox dev to make the dippy thing work.
- Work on more of the live api tests. It's running via the latest build of phantom.js and working well
- Start work on the 0.4 todo list
- Especially the save/edit ui and a bookmarklet for those.
If you care to help or follow along make sure to follow the project on github: http://github.com/mitechie/Bookie
- Current Chrome Extension: 0.3.16
- Most recent code updates: develop branch
- Current working branch: develop