The more observant of you will have noticed that we’ve made some changes to the web-site. We are very happy with them (for a little more history of the styles that we’ve gone through over the years, you can check them out here)
Sadly nothing earth shattering to report. Lots of good stuff added (improved MSM support, some improvements to the module), but perhaps it’s a reflection of the fact we are getting close to Beta (in the traditional sense of the word… All features implemented, plenty of testing to do) but it just feels like we are re-arranging furniture.
Hey folks, as promised we’ve uploaded a rough-and-ready video of iCloud syncing. We used AirServer on the Mac to AirPlay the iPad onto the same screen as the Mac app and show the basic account set-up, viewing file locations, and even creating a post on the Mac with it showing up automagically on the iPad. The UI is still under-going a lot of work, and we certainly have bugs that are being squished… but we wanted you guys to see what we can see… a pretty exciting future where you can upload a photo from your phone, create an entry with just a title. Carry on with your iPad a bit later, and maybe add the final polish on your Mac.
We are pretty excited and hope you are too!
With a couple of minor technical hurdles we’ve now got rich text editing working on the iOS client. Still things like the toolbar to add, but the key thing is it’s there. We are writing a couple of blog posts to document the how’s of it all as we’ve had to do some fun hoop jumping!
and now editing the same post on iPhone (iCloud for the win) with iPhone uploaded screen shot!
One thing that you should note is that the image is smaller on the iPhone… The reason is (and it’s one of the clever things we’ve done) that we are using thumbnail images created to browse file locations on the iPhone instead of the full size ones. Not only will your data-plan love you… but the smaller images make rich text editing on the iPhone easier. Win. Win.
We just wanted to ping out a quick preview of what file locations look like at the moment. Still lots of UI work to do but it’s already much nicer
Quick update for those that wanted to see it on the iPad
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