Checklist of Remaining Features

We’re rapidly approaching the release of a beta version. All of the screens have been created, although we still need to finish the design for some of them. The scheduling algorithms has been created, although it is yet to be fully implemented. Alarms have been created, although they are still extremely buggy.

Everything is coming together slowly (despite all of us being caught up with classes, job interviews, and graduate school applications), but there are still some things we haven’t been able to figure out. Making alarms work the way we would expect, filling in lists with data from java, etc. Our to-do list is ever shrinking, and I expect to see our application in the app store around the middle of December.

Now, for a bit of a rant. I’m having lots of issues between git and eclipse, and eclipse and my phone. Unfortunately, when I ‘pull’ eclipse refuses to update, telling me that the files are out of sync. Despite my attempts to refresh, or close eclipse and re-open, or even rebuild the projects, it still refuses to update files. However, I finally learned how to handle eclipse when it’s being finicky, Project –> Clean followed by manually building all the files allows me to run the updated files with no problems. As for my phone and eclipse, I am increasingly running into issues with compatibility. My phone will run fine for the first few times, and then randomly eclipse will decide that my phone is no longer compatible, and want to launch an emulator instead.  If I disconnect my phone and reconnect, it works perfectly again. I’m unsure what to do to prevent this so I don’t have to unplug my phone every 5 iterations…

Rant aside, everything in the project is going well! Hopefully the beta will be out soon, so keep your eyes out!

-Rachel

 

 

 

 

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