Plans for September

Plans for September


Though it may not seem that way, August 2020 was a pretty big month for Tectra. I announced my new plans for the site, released my first paid app, introduced widgets for binoc, as well as a version of it for Windows Mobile devices, and released several minor bug fix updates.

Overall, August has been a good month for Tectra. However, this leads me to the main topic of this post: My plans for September.
  • LifeBoard update: One of the main things I hope to do this month is to release an update for LifeBoard. I have a few ideas for things to add, so I hope I can work on it soon.
  • ComplimentMe: I hope to make some improvements and refinements to ComplimentMe sometime this month.
  • CodeWarrior and Palm OS: Up until now, I have been using an IDE called NS Basic to create Palm OS apps. At first, I really liked it. Sure, it had its problems, but it seemed like a decent way to finally make Palm OS apps, something I had been interested in doing for a long time. However, the limited documentation combined with Visual Basic (ugh) didn’t make using it very fun after a while. As a result, I have decided to switch over to CodeWarrior, something I probably should have done a while ago. I’m going to try to figure out how to use it, and if I get the hang of it, I might even be able to release a new Palm OS app this month! We’ll see.
  • New Windows app: This might surprise you, but I’ve actually been working on a new app for Windows! However, this isn’t just another Windows Forms app. It’s a UWP (Universal Windows Platform) app! That’s all I am going to reveal now but stay tuned for more updates!
As you can see, I have a lot planned for this month! I can’t guarantee that I’ll be able to get all of these things done, but hopefully, I will be able to.

Anyway, that’s all for now. Thanks for reading!

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