@Nicky it’s an app…
I started programming in 4 or 5th grade about 1981-2 basic language on a Timex Sinclair 1000 and Texas Instruments TI-99-4a. By the time War Games came out in 1983 I had already had a modem did some messing around and also wrote several games. Then Apple 2e and Macintosh… Did the same with games. I may have been one of the first computer club presidents in my state at the time. Through the years I’ve kept up a bit and can pretty much code in any language if given the opportunity. I mainly code in C#, Java, php, html, anything web really, but apps are more my thing.
Currently teaching myself how to create Android apps… Knowing Java has made it pretty easy.
I know the “look & feel” isn’t “on” yet… I am currently the only user of it, as I haven’t published it yet. I am getting all the functionality perfect then working on the “right” user interface for it. I have plans for a splash screen, settings, plotting dli, heatmap chart for vpd, journaling. I am doing it all saved to the device and will provide option to have password and or fingerprint.
Thought of even having an emergency clear function to erase all plotted data so it can it be used against the user.
My VPD heatmap chart is coded… But have a bug. I chose to use Anychart rather than writing all the code for charting. The dli line chart is functional… However the heatmap… I have had to contact the company who wrote it. I apparently found a very large bug in their software and I am waiting on them to implement that. Since the anychart doesn’t cost me anything… I must just be patient or find another method.
If you have any tips, opinions, etc… Feel free to let me know… Once I publish it I’d truly like it “tuned” to growers of all levels, particularly at home.
All ppfd… You can have from 1 up to 10 unique readings to enter in for dli.
I enter in up to 10 ppfd readings from my quantum sensor at various places around my tent. It averages those then calculates the dli.
I have degrees in Software Development, Tooling Engineering, & Mechanical Engineering… But my last profession was as a Metal Stamping Progressive Die Designer/Tooling Engineer. My last two designs were for a 9mm clip for a new gun and Harley Davidson parts… Drivers foot pads and others… The foot pads… Places to rest your feet… Were a pain… Harley is very picky. Most people have stereos, video game console, cars, appliances, etc… That I have designed dies for parts (and designed parts in some cases) that are in everyday items. Mostly Brackets, but anything out of sheet metal at any thickness. Been unemployed since 2018. It’s a great career… If you like to be watched, yelled at by everyone, expected to do everything magically fast and get no thank yous.
That’s why I am going back into I.T. I have always been the anti-computer geek… So blend in well with the I.T. less fortunate.
I truly appreciate you input… Keep it coming!