Most of the last few weeks have been spent implementing various UX features for the Rails Application. Music, transitions, facebook auth, and exercise models are now fully implemented. Some problems encountered include browser compatibility issues for music and also encrypting local environmental variables for facebook authorization. Sometimes the facebook login still does not work due to an error reading the parameter app_id, and I am looking into using a Rails gem to help solve this issue. A functioning restful API is almost fully fleshed out with our Rails application and this will be used for the next stage in project development, IOS!
Today, I finally bought my first Macbook (so psyched) and can finally begin my IOS dev journey. Moving forward, I plan to build out a functional IOS app demo by the end of the semester. Right now I am going through various online IOS dev courses and since I've already spent time designing iChode UI, transitioning to app development should be very smooth; we're very excited to give all gym rats the app they deserve!
This past week I've been working on the Sia Simulator application. Its purpose is to handle all Sia API calls in a controlled environment without actually using the Sia daemon. Specifically, I've been working on a few renter methods, which are needed for developing the new Dart Sia interface.
The next few weeks won't be about new feature but about cleaning up some of the old code specifically in respects to how the graph is displayed