What's NewNew in 1.1.1:
- Increased stability.
- For CSV graphs, the "colors" keyword is now recognized as well as "color".
- Also, "mediumGray" is now a working graph color.
And all of this happened in 1.1:
- Basic iOS video mirroring now works as expected, free of charge.
(Deluxe “HD Out” still offered as an In-App Purchase for those who want non-letterboxed, best-quality output for an external display!)
- Improved overall stability and performance.
- Much better performance for Calendar List panel, especially during resizing of the panel.
- Celsius/Fahrenheit can now be set for each Weather panel to override the iOS default.
(Note: if you purchased HD Out in 1.0, you'll have to "Restore" your purchase in 1.1. It's free: no additional charge.)
- Improved place name matching on Clock and Weather panels. (“Hong Kong” and “Dallas, Texas” should resolve properly.)
- Graphs should be of the same type (bar or line) on both your iPad and its external display. (There are cases where they won’t, but this situation is much less frequent.)
- Totals now only display on CSV-driven graphs when specified. (They—incorrectly—used to display all the time.)
- Graph JSON can now specify a custom refresh rate. (See custom graph documentation.)
- Video can play in DIY panels on the iPad display. (Video does not work on external displays.)
- CSV parsing now supports semicolons (in addition to commas) as delimiters.
- Fixed issue where “phantom” RSS/Atom sources could linger around after being deleted.
- Tickers now scroll in sequence (top to bottom) rather than randomly.
- Improved message that displays when a spot for a panel can’t be found in a new orientation.
- Fixed issue where RSS/Atom feeds with non-unique item GUIDs could cause a crash.
- Fixed issue where deselected Twitter sources would be reselected upon re-opening of the Twitter panel customizer.
- Deleted tweets now disappear from feeds.
- Fixed issue where removing sources from graphs could cause the graph values to be incorrect.
- Count of emails/news items/tweets could sometimes be off by a small amount. Now fixed.
- Fixed issue where some panels would not clear error messages after they were resolved.
- After purchasing HD Out capability, user is provided with tips as to how to get the most out of their external display.
- Fixed issue where external display could be truncated on 1920×1200 monitors.
BONUS HOT TIPS
1. Portrait and landscape layouts are independent! That means when you switch orientations and your panels are messy, all you have to do is Edit in that orientation and the panels will stay where you place them. Next time you come back, they’re exactly where you left them. Make your status board look perfect in both orientations, then switch between them with abandon!
2. Developers: don't use group separators in CSV numeric values. (Example: for the value “one thousand”, specify as 1000 and not 1,000 or 1.000.)
3. Developers: to ensure maximum interoperability, use a “.” as the decimal separator in CSV numeric values. (As is the case with JSON, which requires a “.” as the decimal separator.)
App DescriptionYou've got data. Status Board makes it beautiful.
Use the easy built-in panels to automatically see data about your life: calendar, tweets, e-mail, weather, news, and more. Or, use the pro panels, Graph and Table, with your own customized data sources, to see relevant data about your business or organization.
Status Board offers a lot in a tiny package:
- Six Instant Panels
Clock — Analog or digital, anywhere in the world.
Weather — Temperature and four-day forecast.
Calendar — Pick a calendar and see your appointments at a glance.
Mail — Get messages counts, or see the latest Subject lines.
Twitter — See the latest Tweets or the volume of tweets.
Feeds — The latest headlines from your favorite sites.
- Three Pro Panels
Graph — You provide the JSON or CSV data source, we make it beautiful.
Table — Toss us some HTML or CSV data and we'll make a nice looking table.
Do-It-Yourself — Design your own panels using HTML.
- Incredible Customization
Resize panels. Easily change your layout. Portrait or Landscape. Select data sources to display, configure how they're presented. The power is yours.
- Simple Board Sharing
Easily e-mail a Status Board configuration to colleagues or corporations and get everyone on the exact same page.
- Deluxe HD Out via HDMI or AirPlay (In-App Purchase Required)
Basic AirPlay is free, but HD Out lets you see your data on a big, beautiful screen, formatted specifically for HDTV's. No letterboxing!
We can't wait to see what your Status Board looks like. When you're finished, tweet a photo of your board to @panic and we'll share it!
THIS IS GOING TO BE SO AWESOME.
Note to iOS 5 users:
AirPlay Mirroring is not a feature of iOS 5. iOS 5 customers will need to use an HDMI adapter and cable to connect to an external display.
October 04, 2013 New version 1.2.1
September 26, 2013 New version 1.2
May 04, 2013 New version 1.1.1
April 20, 2013 New version 1.1
April 10, 2013 New version 1.0
December 31, 2012 Initial Release