This weekend I decided to publish the current version of the app to the Precentral Feeds (or webosnation now?). If I did not make a mistake during the process the app should appear in the feed soon.
Also I cleaned up some more things. Now the sync automatically starts in the sync scene (a by product of the protection against to early start sync presses).
I hope I’ll get some test results from that. For me this works fine for months now.
It’s been quite sometime since the last update here and I must admit development also was on hold a bit. The current version still is working quite good for me, but the UI is not intuitive… I did a little change to the app version that it selects the first saved account automatically on start.
But still it will show statistics during sync, that are not working (so the numbers in the top of the app are not updated, they will always stay 0). In the logs there are some statistics, yes… But that’s not really intuitive.
One good thing for that is, that the main reason for the hold of development, my issues I had to load the syncml library I wrote in the node.js service are resolved. That is what I achieved this weekend. So I will be able to write a node.js service that does the synchronization. From what I understand that can be hooked (somehow? It’s undocumented as it seems :() into the sync of accounts, so that a SyncML account can act like a Google calendar or similar. What is still missing are the service assistants.
Additionally the service should help with contact sync implementation. A new Version can be downloaded here.