Hey, everyone! I’m still alive, yeah.
It’s been a long time since the last post here. In 2016 when I released latest update for Timerange, I got a job and since then I have been working for 2 years on a big ass project for Web. Last year I’ve started streaming videogames on Twitch, and 2 months ago launched a new website, RandexPlay.com, with a little drafting tool that should help people who often play Overwatch with friends against each other or host tournaments. I’ve built it using a PHP framework called Laravel, React + Redux on front-end and Node.js for the drafting process. The app looks good on mobile, as well as desktop.
But I didn’t forget about my iOS past and I always wanted to return with some good new ideas because
#ILoveSwift. Finally one brilliant idea hit my head so now I’m recovering my Swift knowledge to build a new app for iOS. I’ll make a post with its announcement when the app will be nearly done, so stay tuned!
Also, my main iOS app right now, Timerange, was in need of an update for too long. Right now my new app is top priority, but right after the release I’m going to make Timerange shine on new iOS screens (iPhone X and newer), while fixing some bugs reported by you. Thank you for all the feedback about Timerange, I was reading all the mail :>
Also, I may write some new tutorial articles in the future about my new Overwatch Drafting tool or programming for iOS using Swift, so if you’d like to read about a specific topic, feel free to let me know in the comments below or @ me on Twitter.
So let’s return to iOS! Thank you for using my apps all that time I’ve been gone. Don’t forget to follow me on Twitter to get all the news first (especially that sweet little announcement coming in soon).