He's already storing login info, so associating a few hundred bytes of text with that shouldn't be too difficult.
Here is a link to the logo so you can add it: (http://media.opera.com/media/images/icon/Opera_512x512.png)
Edited to be more constructive and helpful in addressing the issue.
I don't mind if I get page without some 3D transition, but a complete block gives an "F*U" impression, even if you are just working on making it perfect.
Would love to try it out!
I'd love it if someone made a todo web app that could sync with taskwarrior. You then get the online slick interface of the web app with the low friction accessibility of the console interface when in the zone at work.
So you just move the data folder to your dropbox and edit your .rctask file accordingly. Of course you need to do this for every computer, so it makes sense for the few machines that you usually use but you don't really get the available-anywhereness of an online app.
Edit: So, it stores it in text files and apparently there are web interface/Android versions in the works.
The "days" aren't literal dates, add todos to today - they will stay on that page forever until you cross them off or delete them. The pages are more like 'now' and 'later', at least that's how I use it.
Boing Boing did a nice review of the iPhone App and they explained the concept better than I probably can http://boingboing.net/2011/03/08/of-the-many-many-fac.html
Anyway, nice work.
Yep, that was all I found to complain about. Well, that and my iPad is all the way downstairs so I have to fetch it before I can buy the app.
Update: you might also add the extra attributes to the email login field to prevent spelling correction in Mobile Safari.
I noticed one day that the beta channel of Chrome had started to support 3d perspectives, but to my distress their support was buggy and left graphical artifacts. I submitted bug reports and luckily in the latest Chromes it works just as nicely as Safari.
The big thing I got into on this project is CSS animations. They look a bit scary at first but in practice they are not too complicated. I did a mixture of JQuery animation and CSS transitions on this and both have their strengths.
The Node.js code is very simple, it's a small sync script that sits behind nginx. Todos are stored on S3, I used my in-progress S3 library for node.js - can see this here - https://github.com/alexbosworth/Node-S3/blob/master/aws-s3.j...
Both look similar. Any quick commentary on where you plan on taking your s3 lib (features etc..) ?
As for 'bonus features', the only thing I have that most S3 libs don't is support for the S3 feature of uploading very large files in parallel chunks.
One question -- why is the password input in plaintext on the Android app? I don't like the thought that somebody could get hold of my device and see my password just sitting there in plaintext if they just went to settings...
Hats-off to you sir.
This looks great, I love the page turn animation.
The fonts are a bit rough, i think cannot read them well and I got 28 and 0 eye problems so people with more age and eye problems will have a hard time reading it. maybe making it a little bigger and getting some better fonts try www.typekit.com or something.
Anyway great design, the app in itself is not useful for me as ConceitedCode6 pointed I like portable todo lists, maybe an Iphone app ?
I'd change the default font to something more readable, remove the coffee stain from the page, let people flip a few pages ahead (otherwise, why use the notebook paradigm?), and change the "i'm a new user" flow -- the form field animation is pretty and ingenious, but it's also confusing, so I don't think it's worth it.
Apparently, the concept is that you only have two queues/stacks, "now" and "later." I do agree that this isn't very intuitive from the design.
This is on my to-do list, adding another font ;)
It actually started life as an iPhone app, you can download it for free for Android/iPhone
1) switching a task's date should make the other side slide to make room, rather than jump.
2) finishing / unfinishing a task doesn't always respond to clicks, especially after a minor drag. Not sure what's going on to cause this.
Beautiful and live demos are the best :) Fantastic work!
(Note - this comment was made without seeing the app - getting 502.)
Eh... what? If we didn't stop solving the same problems we would still be using WordPerfect and Google wouldn't exist. And without seeing it how do you know what it is even doing?
All I know about this app is that it's a web based todo app. I was clear on this so to pick me up on it is a bit out of line. A better response would be to point out how it improves on what's already available.
For starters, the UI is something that I haven't really seen before and its pretty neat.
Second, I do like the concept of today/tomorrow - think that's a nice way to encourage planning and doing
Not so fast. Yes, there are to do apps out there, but none that I've seen as easy to use and so beautifully designed. This is one of the most useful show HN apps I've used.
HN community: please continue innovating and creating better products. There is a ton of crap out there. hint: project management applications.
- I tried to drag some tasks from "today" to "tomorrow" and couldn't. Ended up marking a task as done instead.
- The animation when you click the arrows is a little confusing and hard to follow.
I also tried drag and drop. Both between today and tomorrow and a way to change the ordering. It'd be great to see that functionality.
Really nice work, guys!
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Getting a 502 bad gateway from nginx on the web version at the moment.
My only gripes are
1) no mobile version (it works on my iPhone, but it's not the optimal experience to have to drag left and right. a dedicated app would be better imo)
2) there's no faqs/documentation/getting started guide/features/nada. No help desk if you're stuck or having problems. Despite all this, it has lots of users still apparently. Contacting the developer valentin shergin (yandex guy) is a shoot and miss. Development seems to have slowed down a lot, but there's some new features popping up here and there. Mostly active in Russian community.
I am trying to get this one sorted
Whois: Amazon.com, Inc. AMAZON-EC2-7 (NET-184-72-0-0-1) 18.104.22.168 - 22.214.171.124
Even though it's a very simple script the volume of traffic used up all the memory on the machine leading to server death, then my restart script turned out to be wrong :(
And bonus if it's someone else's failure.
1) On Android, remove the delete confirmation. Undo bar would be better than pressing that ugly OK button.
2) Keep it at Today/Tomorrow only. It's a great anti-feature.
Personally, I applaud you for coming up such a great app. I can only wish I can achieve the level of work that you do, but I think I care too much about Internet Explorer users to come up with something that require Firefox/Chrome/Safari... it is definitely a fine balance or choice you make.
Do It (Tomorrow) is an Adylitica production - you can read about my company here: http://adylitica.com/ - our team: http://adylitica.com/team.
IE support may come in the future, but it is very labor intensive as IE is really far behind, even in IE9.