When to release a free Android app? (development cycle)
henshaw at me.com
Sat Dec 10 16:05:06 CST 2011
Ill check out the weight screen, I had that problem once, hit back, then forward again and it fixed itself so I thought it was just a glitch somewhere with the scroller not being populated but maybe not!!! Ill check it out! If you want to get further into the app pressing back, then forward again might work as the setup screens are really just the basic first bits, the main interface is where the datagrids, scrollers, database and net access etc all come together.
What I do like about Livecode is that apart from the interface, the code that runs the backend and does all the above is the same for the iPhone, iPad and Android, and it wont be a huge job to add proper tablet support but I think Ill buy one first!!!
On 10 Dec 2011, at 21:08, J. Landman Gay wrote:
> On 12/10/11 1:59 PM, Roger Eller wrote:
>> Question: When I setup my profile, I enter my height, then when you go to
>> weight, there is a pre-selected weight. Am I to assume that this is the
>> 'ideal' for my height, or do you simply have a default chosen?
> I got curious so I tried it on my 7" Archos. It's a nice looking app, great job. Screens fit fine, menu works fine, placement seemed good. Graphics and layout were attractive and the buttons were big enough to hit easily (thanks for that!) I couldn't set up the profile though, when I got to the part about weight I got only a blank screen, nothing to choose from. I tried all three weight measurements but they were all blank. Also the back button doesn't quit the app, at least here.
> Otherwise it looks very nice. If I could get a calorie measurement I'd use it. Actually, if I could get a weight, I'd make my husband use it. :)
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