Archive for the ‘Development’ Category

Sun set(s)

Tuesday, February 12th, 2013

20130212-215132.jpg

20130212-215156.jpg

Score attack

Friday, February 8th, 2013

20130208-154140.jpg

20130208-154153.jpg

Hello fixed!

Wednesday, February 6th, 2013

20130206-182941.jpg

And hello sun!

Ressource management & feedback

Tuesday, January 22nd, 2013

20130122-155432.jpg

Control

Saturday, January 19th, 2013

20130119-181701.jpg

All of the lights …

Friday, January 11th, 2013

… are not on, because then you wouldn’t be able to admire the dynamic lighting.

Guess who is back … ?

Thursday, January 10th, 2013

the end ;)

Tuesday, May 24th, 2011

Dear all,

after being inactive for quite some time I decided that it is time to let go.

I was approached by the people from wetteronline.de, which kindly provided me the data for RegenRadar, asking me if they could take over the future development of RegenRadar. Since I stopped working on IPhone applications some time ago and I do not have the time to keep the app running, I decided to let them continue the work. I hope they will keep RegenRadar the nice and easy to use tool it was designed to be.

For any further inquiries please contact wetteronline directly.

All the best, m

427 vs 472

Tuesday, February 8th, 2011

My recent attempt to fix a problem with Regenradar not displaying the correct location failed ;) The problem occured due to a size change of the radar images provided by wetteronline. The displayed position is calculated from the longitude and latidue provided by the iphone GPS combined with the known longitude and latitude of two cities (Hamburg und Munich) and their position on the image (in pixels). When the size of the image changed, this pixel position of the cities needed to be udpated. While reading off the new positions from the image I introduced a typo, putting down 427px for Munich where it should have been 472px. So, while when being in Hamburg the position was correct, the further away the worse the position got.

tl;dr – new fixed version is on the way (1.3.6). I will test it today and will send it to Apple for review tomorrow.

[UPDATE] Update has been submitted to Apple, now we have to wait …

[UPDATE] Update is now available in the App Store. Please let me know about your experience (e.g. is the positioning now working as expected)

one fixed, two new

Thursday, December 31st, 2009

The old programming rule still holds: you fix one bug and create two new ones. I (not so much proudly) present: ZugInfo 2.1.4 – fixing:

  • A bug introduced in ZugInfo 2.1.3, which wrongly grouped S-Bahn under the RE/RB button
  • Improved nearby services
  • Fixing a typo in the German disclaimer text

To avoid another quick fix, this time I will apply more rigorous test scenarios, so it might take a few more days before I will submit this version. Sorry for the inconvenience and a happy new year to all of you!

[Update:] Just submitted the new version. Let’s hope for the best, and that I have not introduce more bugs ;)