I’ll admit, it’s been a while since I released a Wear OS app. However, I’m pleased to say that I am currently working on a new one! In this post, I’ll be talking about why I haven’t worked on a new Wear OS app for a really long time, and what my plan is for this new one.
Hey, everyone! I am excited to announce that a new version of LifeBoard has been released! This update truly is quite important, as it adds a really handy new feature, and improves upon an existing one in a major way. So, without further ado, let’s dive in!
Hey, everyone! I have some pretty exciting news: the new Nova editor is now available for online Lynx users! If you're interested, you can check it out here. I hope you like it!
I know this is a super short post, but to be honest, there's not much more to say. The new Nova editor can now run in your browser, and it's totally rad!
Hey, everyone! I just wanted to quickly mention that I have released a minor update for the new Lynx Desktop Nova editor. It’s pretty small, but it does make a couple of important improvements to the user experience.
The portable version is now available for download, and an installer will hopefully be coming later today! You can visit the Lynx Page to learn more.
A few days ago, I revealed that I was working on a new desktop editor for Lynx. The Windows editor was really starting to show its age, and I thought that an updated version of Lynx could be a great idea for my first Electron app. So, that led me to creating Lynx Desktop Nova!
A few days ago, I revealed some more information about my first Electron app on Twitter. If you saw that Tweet and have been following the site for a while, you were probably able to guess what my upcoming Electron app is: a new version of Lynx.
That’s right! I’ve been working hard on a new program, called Lynx Desktop, that might just be the beginning of a new era for the entire Lynx project! However, I’m getting ahead of myself. In this post, I’ll be talking about the history of Lynx and what to expect in the future.
In my last post, I mentioned that I had started working on a new Pocket PC app. Today, I am excited to announce that this app is now complete! Introducing Power Menu, the easiest way to restart, shut down, and hard reset your Pocket PC!
I'll admit, September has been a bit of an odd month for Tectra. Due to my Universal Windows Platform plans not working out, my schedule is kind of messed up. Thankfully, I have some new plans for the remainder of September, and I'll be going over them in this post!
At the beginning of the month, I announced that I was working on a Universal Windows Platform (UWP) app. However, as time went on, I started to realize that this just wasn’t going to work out. Today, I have finally made up my mind: I am going to scrap my first (and potentially only ever) UWP app.
Hi, everyone! I know I haven't been super active lately, as I've been busy with my job (had some training last week) and making some major improvements to my other big project, Pocket PC Planet. (I have been working on a post system for it in PHP) Additionally, I've had school to worry about, which has also taken up a decent bit of time.
For these reasons, I haven't been able to work on a ton of Tectra stuff this month. Thankfully, if things go as planned, I'll hopefully be able to work on some Tectra projects over the next few days. However, in the mean time, I thought I'd release a small update for a project I hadn't worked on in a while. I decided that I wanted this project to be Owner Info, one of my Palm OS apps!
As a result, I'm happy to report that Owner Info v1.2 has been completed, and it is available for download! This update makes a few UI improvements, adds some shortcuts, and fixes a few things. Enjoy!
The Tectra Blog is where Tectra owner and programmer John Spahr shares what he creates. He enjoys coding and spending time with his cats in his spare time.