Testing – The First Public Cocomo App

I decided to have a little fun this Friday afternoon, and throw out a little Cocomo App for public use. Thought it might be cool to get something out there to show that this is for realz…

Yeah, it’s crazy-buggy, and it’s not the prettiest it could be, but I didn’t have time to make a decent stylesheet. Also of note is the fact that everyone on this alpha box is Swedish. No, I don’t know why either, ask Peldi. Sorry about the screwed up blog formatting – hit permalink to see the full thing properly.

… In case you were curious, here’s a snapshot of THE CODE FOR THE ENTIRE APP ….

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5 Responses to Testing – The First Public Cocomo App

  1. Aaron Leavitt says:

    Very nice little demo. Lots of functionality for not much code. Any details on if subscriptions are going to be set up as they are now? Probably not the sort of info available at this stage.

  2. This application is great.How difficult is it to add another tool into the toolbar please?For example, if I was at a meeting and I wanted to sketch something, I might first pick up a piece of special paper, depending upon what I wanted to do.Maybe a piece of ordinary graph paper, or a piece of paper with isometric grid lines or a piece of linear-logarithmic graph paper or a piece of logarithmic-logarithmic graph paper.Could you have a papermine tool which has a subselection of types of paper and then one could draw the piece of paper onto part or all of the worksurface? One could then draw on top of the paper, so maybe the paper would need to lock onto the worksurface so that it would not move when being drawn upon.William Overington12 November 2007

  3. I’m more curious how you got an HBox to stack two items on top of each other. 🙂 lol.This is a great example (code-wise) of how great of a move I think you guys are making by allow us, developers, to do more with Connect. Great work!

  4. For some time the whiteboard has had three name items on it. Could you possibly restart the whiteboard application so that the whiteboard becomes empty please?Some readers might like to know that I have tried using the whiteboard to draw artwork for a font. This has been somewhat successful.There are some notes about the process in the following thread.http://forum.high-logic.com/viewtopic.php?t=1962The thread includes a link for the font, which is named Whiteboard Venetian.William Overington13 December 2007

  5. Quick question.. Is it not possible to view video you”ve recorded from your iPhone (4) on your Appl e TV? I can view pictures but no option for airplay on video.. Is this correct or am I missing something?Had this case. It didn”t last long – maybe 6 months and it started to tatter badly. The dented corner of my iPad can also confirm it doesn”t offer much protection. I would not recommend this case at all.Had similar problems and narrowed it down to my router running DD-WRT. Turned off DNSMasq (apparently later builds offer of DD-WRT offer a “no dns rebind” option that should work) and it”s working again.