In this article we’ll talk about the front end part of our set up. I use Gulp as a build system for my project, but I think this set up can be done with any other build system as well. This was originally an article about setting up Golang & Angular 2 development, but it actually doesn’t use Angular in any way. The only thing you need here is a build system (Gulp, Webpack or something else). Continue reading “How to Set up Visual Studio Code for Web Development in Golang. Part 2: Front End”
So, I’ve completed setting up my Visual Studio Code to develop a site using Go and Angular 2 and I thought that this information may be useful for somebody.
In the first part of the article we’ll set up our back end, and the front end we’ll set up in the second part. Continue reading “How to Set up Visual Studio Code for Web Development in Golang. Part 1: Back End”
This update fixes a bug producing wrong calculation result when subtracting with Dates to Skip and it also fixes some smaller bugs.
This update was made for simultaneous release with Timerange Plus — both apps have the same version now.
The standalone Timerange Plus app finally reached the App Store!
This is the version of Timerange that already has all functionality of Timerange Plus but a slightly different icon, and made for those who can’t upgrade inside the free version (for example, because of some restrictions regarding In-App Purchases). But don’t worry! Both apps will be supported concurrently, and both will receive updates at the same time.
If you haven’t upgraded inside the free version of Timerange yet (or the new icon is more appealing to you :), get the new standalone version from the App Store.
A new update for Timerange just reached the App Store, and it’s all about fixing and improving user experience. But at first, I’d like to thank you all for your emails (I’ve received a lot of them since the last update). They really help to find bugs and to understand what things need to be improved in the app.
So here’s the changelog:
• Timerange now calculates everything 30% faster and uses 32% less memory!
• Simplified Widget Editor.
• Added a few tips about how to use Timerange.
• Fixed a bug when you couldn’t move or delete any widget.
• Fixed a bug when Timerange didn’t remember last entered dates on the Intervals screen.
• Other fixes and stability improvements.
Enjoy the new update and let me know what do you think about it by opening up Timerange and going into Settings > About Timerange > Support & Suggestions. And don’t forget to update your reviews in the App Store!
Timerange now supports iOS 9! I’ve also fixed a crash on the Intervals screen, added landscape orientation for iPad, and made a few more improvements to the app. If you find a bug in Timerange or you have any questions or suggestions about the app, feel free to e-mail me using “Support & Suggestions” button on the “About Timerange” screen inside the app. And don’t forget to leave a review in the App Store — it helps a lot!
A little update for Timerange just reached the App Store.
• Added weeks, months, and years to counters that have All-day switch turned off.
• Fixed crash at startup that happened in rare cases.
• Fixed crash when you change your workweek in app settings.
• Fixed issue on iPad when you weren’t be able to reset a counter.
• Smaller fixes and stability improvements.