Major Updates, v 1.0 in beta at macdeveloper.net

November 1, 2009

Screenshots attached.

If you want to beta test, head over to http://macdeveloper.net/ and sign up for a free account to help with beta testing.


Fitness 1.0 Beta 1 coming Friday.

June 10, 2009


New Website and Beta Coming Soon.

June 1, 2009

I’ve started a new website which will be the home of Fitness.

http://un-grounded.com/

I am also accepting people to test out the early beta of Fitness which will be available in about two weeks.

If you are interested, email me: jericho at un-grounded dot com.

Thanks


Still here…

March 9, 2009

I apologize for the serious lack of updates. The project is still going strong, but taking a bit longer than I had hoped. I won’t make any drop-dead promises on a release date, but soon there will be an announcement for beta testers that could result in a free copy of Fitness when it does hit 1.0.

Any recommendations for what you want in a desktop fitness app will be seriously considered.


It’s Summer Already!

August 9, 2008

This summer has gone by way too fast. A small post to let anyone out there know that I have been working on this thing with whatever time I can muster. I got quite a bit done under way, but not nearly as much as I hoped. In addition, the calendar view I was going to use was taking too much time to get it working, so I had to go ahead and make my own. I think it will be much more robust and will look and behave better than the one I was going to use anyway. Here is a picture of it by itself:

A new calendar class that looks and behaves nice.

A new calendar class that looks and behaves nice.

If there are people out there, and I know a few of you find this blog occasionally, I’d gladly accept input on features and other ideas you may want out of a fitness tracking application.


Spent the day cleaning…

March 16, 2008

Well, I knew I had some memory leaks, but I didn’t realize they were so bad until I profiled it. 64MB after one fetch request.

So I went through the program and fixed the leaks, and reduced them down to  64KB, which I don’t know if I can actually get rid of since they are associated with NSNumber calls. I cannot find any Apple documentation that says whether these objects are autoreleased or not. Or even retained for that matter, since the program crashes if I don’t retain them, but if I release them myself, the program crashes. What gives? Anyway, I’m glad I went through to find these problems now, as opposed to later!

 I am going to implement a goal-oriented approach to workout tracking in Fitness.app, since traditional workout routines can be used for many different personal goals ranging from weight loss and weight gain to strength routines, and endurance training. CrossFit peeps won’t have to worry though, I’m keeping you guys top priority.

I’ve been thinking about what I can build for the iPhone / iPod Touch, and am keeping this in the back of my mind, since my main focus is this program. I know I will integrate this program with a portable version, whether the portable version will be feature rich, or just a way to record daily activities is dependent on the amount of free time I have, which currently is very little.


iPhone and iPod Touch

March 8, 2008

Apple released the SDK.’nuff said.