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- Oct 27 2014, 4:25 PM (215 w, 2 d)
Sun, Dec 2
@sebastian i think it doesn't make much sense for me. I don't know the backend so i could only see if the web-remote works.
Wed, Nov 28
I think the code is in a stage where it's good for testing on the Camera. There are surly some functions missing but that can be added when the test gives some results.
Tue, Nov 27
nice progress @sebastian don't forget the steven spielberg or michael bay camera setup mode :-)
Thu, Nov 22
small progress can now make a desktop app :-)
Sun, Nov 18
@BAndiT1983 made some small updates is it for you now better?
Nov 12 2018
just checked for slide control and seen some solutions but i need to investigate more into it. what i have done is a autoupdate so you don't need to close the modal window and it should be possible to use the arrow keys for change the values (up/down).
Nov 10 2018
i changed on the end from the IRC Meeting the data.json for your requirements.
Nov 1 2018
Oct 24 2018
Okey thanks i will check that when i have more time.
the riot.js compiler is not required can be replaced with riot.min.js (~12KB less) i will do that when i have done the new widgets.
When there is a code style guide that you prefer or has been defined it's no problem to adapt it. I'm new in terms of code development and it's my first real code project i'm happy to get inputs to reach a better result.
@BAndiT1983 strage bug the precompile for the .tag files didn't see the end correctly i removed emty space's and it works againe. sorry for that.
made the upload, i will also delete my repo in some days.
Oct 23 2018
i made a update my stuff is still under development but the other part hasn't been changed so gulp should work.
made also all component tag's to a single js file so it looks slowly better in the index.html file and less stuff to load.
Oct 22 2018
Sound's good and take it easy 😉...
For the UI my view was to have for each data type a own widget and the module maker defines the widget for his module.
Oct 21 2018
My target is to use indexedDB from the browser to store the data. There shouldn't be a big task to go over daemon (it takes maybe 20-40 LOC to make it happen) .
Oct 20 2018
@BAndiT1983 thank you! i didn't invest a lot in gulp yet but it looks very simple. thanks
Oct 16 2018
@sebastian the others don't know that is important to test and understand the equipment. (could tell storys about that! a good hint this was a reason why i support apertus! we lost nearly customer data because we haven't test the memory cards before shooting)
@sebastian it only needs internet connection when you load the site after that it can work offline. i'm sure most user will test first there setup at a location that has internet.
PWA requirement is a http server (can be a very simple one) and a modern Web Browser the decision if it's in the firmware / internet or where ever is at the moment not relevant and can be solved on a later stage when the server is working.
Oct 14 2018
@BAndiT1983 for to make a PWA it looks like it requires a http server the reason is the PWA / Service Worker checks if there is a update or not from the server.
@BAndiT1983 yes there some stuff that i didn't optimzed yet like the icons, for that i need to make a setup.
Oct 10 2018
Sep 30 2018
sounds perfect :-)
take your time....
thank you for the information.
Sep 14 2018
made a small update: https://vimeo.com/289786668
Sep 12 2018
at the moment the ID is just a unique value (example: "_id": "id_08" ) it could be made with a hash value it doesn't matter for the interface.
@BAndiT1983 it should be possible to do that just the ID must be unique over all files.
Nov 6 2016
had made some time ago a test setup and i didn't release it. :-/
Mar 16 2016
just as a core question whats the main reason for all the involved people for a open source project like apertus?
Mar 14 2016
if i sent you a six pack of beer im sure you have some hidden a hyper drunken mode where you can redesign it in kicad in just a day. ;-)
Mar 12 2016
Mar 2 2015
maybe not the best place but do you know upverter?
Feb 9 2015
as colinelves and philippej mentioned a solid box would be better. you can count me in a solid box cost some bucks more but to the volume you get some discount and anyway you need a case to carry your camera.
at the moment "the Real machine" comes in shape that's for me most important. there are a lot of work to do hardware and software side. when that is done we can go one step forward and build the fantastic camera.
Nov 1 2014
sadly i couldn't find small ones (C or D).