We really do appreciate hearing from people that are using our apps. If something is broken we want to fix it right away. If there is an improvement that you need, we will take a look and see what we can do. The latter is why we have released version 1.4 of Workout Journal. Paul B. asked for more exercise detail in the Workout Summary. So, we took a look and thought that was a good idea, so we put it in. Hope this update helps you in your workout too.
Thanks – OGB.
We recently upgraded Workout Journal to version 1.3. This release added help to each screen. To access the help for a screen, select the text in the left half of the screen title bar. For example, you can select ‘Pick an Activity’ from the main screen you see after logging in.
Thanks – OGB.
Workout Journal was updated to version 1.2 recently. This release includes support for French, and the ability to view past workout summaries. To view a summary, follow these steps:
- Sign In
- Select Workouts
- Long press the desired workout
- Select View Past
- Choose from the displayed past workout dates
Thanks – OGB.
Workout Journal for the Android platform has been released to the market. This is a free application. We have documentation available online here to help you get going. We also have a place for you to report any issues you encounter. And please let us know if there are any issues. We want you to have a great experience with this application. Thanks – OGB.
Handling screen orientation changes in Android is a pain. However, if you want your application to present a professional user interface, you simply must handle them. Imagine a scenario where the user starts to enter data in a text field on a G1. After a bit of pecking on the virtual keyboard they decide to switch to the built-in keyboard to finish. They switch to the keyboard only to find the cursor is now in a completely different field. Very frustrating. In this article we show you how to maintain the focus and cursor position during a screen orientation change.
Your are probably familiar with the linux kernel linked list that can be found in linux/list.h. While this is a wonderful tool to use in your kernel programming, sometimes you need something a bit different. One such instance is a queue – a first in, first out collection of objects. Here I will present a generic Queue container based on the linux kernel linked list.
The first release of Workout Journal is just around the corner. Check out some of the screen shots. We’ll keep you posted on our progress, and please let us know what you think!!
We will be releasing the application Workout Journal for the Android platform soon. This is a great tool to take with you to the gym. You can create workouts and keep a journal of all the exercises that you perform. And, unlike other similar applications, this one is really easy to use! Check it out!!