You’ve made it past the introduction. Now we can show you how to use the APP(ideas) Database Abstraction layer. Download + Install The first thing to do is to get the source code. It is available to get (and use) for free. Here is a link: https://github.com/appideasDOTcom/DatabaseAbstraction You can clone it, fork it or download […]
We at APP(ideas) have worked on some massive projects for some of the world’s largest corporations. We have created some equally impressive products for smaller companies. We have created our own products in TimeLogger, journalPad, bible.APP and dailyVerseJournal. We made the very first PHP-based MySQL interface and the first PHP shopping cart. We made an […]
TimeLogger has been around since 2008, and its icon is beginning to show its age. To prove that we are not oblivious to trends in modern design, version 2.5.2 will ship with an updated icon to match the design of all those fancy new icons that you got with iOS 7. We hope that you […]
Nearly two years ago, our forums were taken over by spammers, and the capabilities of our content management system left us with no reasonable choice but to shut down the discussion. We’ve got a new system that promises to do better with handling spam, and we believe strongly in the power, unity and importance of […]
Version 2.5.1 of TimeLogger is now available on the App Store. This is a minor bug fix release that takes care of an issue with the Notes field in CSV file output. That’s all.
TimeLogger 2.5.0 for iOS 7 has been released on the App Store. This version includes an enhanced interface for iOS 7 and some new back-end goodness for future functionality for Pebble smartwatch users. Unfortunately, after it was released, a bug was discovered in the CSV output. If you are affected by this issue, follow these […]
It’s time to fall in love with your time tracking app. OK, it may sound silly, but we hate the tedium of time tracking so much that we have devoted a significant portion of our lives to making it easier. We are happy to report that, short of hiring a […]
light.APP is now available for free in the App Store. (click here to get it) light.APP is the first flashlight app that utilizes the iPhone 4′s LED (camera flash) and was also designed to be used by people who need a flashlight! There are others that offer similar capabilities, but they all miss the mark. […]