Yesterday I cleaned up my extra #exist for #ios #git branches and started a new one for a feature that’s been in the Android app for a while—your mood rating and note from this day a year ago. Started working on the API call after you rate today to check if you have a rating and note to show from a year ago. Still need to finish this off and add the UI to show the data to the user.
Tried to keep working on some refactoring for #exist for #ios today but got really caught up with what I’ve done with #git branches. I find it really impossible to figure out which commits belong to a particular branch, since merging seems to merge all the commits as well. Spent a couple of hours fighting to figure this out today, so I’m pretty bummed that I didn’t actually make any progress.
Oh, I am feeling about 90-95% like myself again, though. Yay for (almost) not being sick anymore!
Wow what a journey I’ve been on since my last log! I’ve decided to use Bootstrap for my website as mobile responsiveness is of major importance in how I see my site being used. The thing is someone said Bootstrap was easy, yeah well it didn’t prove so easy for me & that was just coding the Navbar! To be fair a lot of the bugs were of my own doing. Regardless I kept persevering & making small improvements. Then tonight I decided I really needed the site in Git as I was going crazy trying to keep all the different versions of index.html I’d made straight in my head. So that’s what I’ve been doing. Really excited to get this site up & running. #bootstrap #git #WebDev
Today I fixed up some #docs that had part of recent changes left behind in a #git stash. I feel like this is a mistake I’m making a little too routinely. I’m thinking about writing a pre-merge or pre-push hook to warn me if I have stashes outstanding. Though I think it would also be helpful if
git stash insisted on a name, like
git commit insists on a commit message.
Started the day with some #code: fixed a couple of small things in #exist for #ios and attempted a merge so I can get the latest build out to beta testers soon (planning to have it tested and submitted to the App Store by the end of this month). Spent a while fighting #git due to a combination of #cocoapods conflicts and issues doing
pod install on El Capitan.
Anyway, apart from continued testing and fixing any bugs I notice, I'm now moving on to #applehealth integration! Woo!
Finished prepping slideshow for #git beginner mini workshop. Our workplace has been using git through GUI tools for all this while, so doing a workshop to help people get familiar with command line and be more in control of their workflow. Can't share it though since I've used commercial images. Will try and replace and then share :)