Long time no post! QL Japanese Kana is undergoing some major structural changes and improvements. All common GUI elements are being refactored towards being resolution independent, including custom drawn, scaleable buttons. To many things going on to cover everything here, but the resulting experience should be a lot more consistent over different devices and resolutions in the end.
Egg Tracker for Pokemon GO has reached 500 downloads!
A big THANK YOU to everyone who has downloaded the application so far 🙂
The main menu is getting close to completion in terms of icons and basic functionality.
Placeholder chapters for practising all unlocked / random / worst chapters need to be added.
Loads of code cleanup and practical tweaks underway to be able to navigate between application views that have previously been tested mostly in isolation.
An updated version of the application (1.3) has been released on Google Play.
The fix solves a potential crash bug when you go to add a new egg, then leave the application in the background for an extended period of time (resulting in the memory of Egg Tracker being cleared by Android).
The issue would only happen when adding a new egg, not when editing an existing one.
Main menu screen is being fixed: implementation of the menu structure, levels, custom buttons, chapter icons (and so on) are underway.
A new update expected soon to include possible changes to egg hatching (due to the 2nd gen3 release).
Implementation of a custom button collection / radio group button / tab button collection for the statistics view is underway.
Functionality in place, exact style not decided yet and tweened animations are missing.
As Egg Tracker for Pokemon GO has been released on Google Play, it’s back to work with QL Japanese.
The project has been upgraded to build in the latest version of Android Studio with only minor issues (a dex:ing problem caused by the SQLite imports) and the GUI is getting an overhaul.
Sadly, LibGDX is not really designed with running at native resolutions in mind, but rather has a set resolution base with device display scaling approach. This means the project is facing some issues with handling resources for different resolutions.
Generation 3 hatching statistics have been published on various sites online, and the application has been updated and published on Google Play. It is currently pending publication, more information as soon as it is fully published!
Due to this announcement
the application release will be postponed in order to add the new generation 3 hatches into the application.