Roadmap for the App
At the moment, Time Keeper (very inspired by Toggl Desktop, by the way) does something very simple. It lets you track the time spent on your daily tasks, be it on side projects, job work, or anything you want to consider a “task”. You can stop and resume work on time entries, and the app will automatically save to an internal database the total time spent on each task or entry, to let you review it at any point in the future.
- Not a feature in itself, but a couple of code files need some refactor and clean up!
- More metadata to time entries, so that they can be attached to Projects and Clients.
- Redmine integration, so that certain time entries can be pushed directly to redmine. Handy to log the time spent in work-related tasks!
- Ability to automatically detect when a new version of the app is out, and update it.
There are some others, but those will get done mostly as I go throughout the rest of the YDKJS series books, and I don’t really have a timeline for them. However, if you fancy giving it a shot and have any suggestions, you’re welcome to open an issue in github.
Project page in github: https://github.com/salvamomo/time-keeper
First release: https://github.com/salvamomo/time-keeper/releases/tag/v1.0.0.