A Simple Productivity App built on Quasar and Firebase

yev on October 05, 2018

This article was originally posted on my blog and was also featured on Quasar's official medium publication. From the greek word “chronos" which... [Read Full]
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Hi Yev,

That's pretty good work - sometimes thinking about an idea and actually building it requires more than a push - kudos that you went through it. The UI looks very good, does it come bundled with Quasar?

Cheers!

Emran

 

You're totally right! It starts out fun but then when you can already see the end game, the remaining work looks like a chore. Thank you for appreciating that one out.

The UI elements indeed comes with quasar but I think it's not really bundled, you can select only the components you want. In my case I selected some and modified them to achieve that UI. The default UI components looks more like dashboard components to me so I modified them a bit to suite my taste.

 

Hi Yev,
Seems interesting. I'll download it and later comment.
Saludos,

 

Thanks for the feedback! Hope you'll find it useful.

 

Hi Yev,
Mi first result is, today, in the context of an old cell phone, ran out of battery long before usual. That's not, however, entirely attributable to your app.
But my question is how to get the desktop app. It would be much more useful for me in desktop.
Saludos,

Hi,
It might have contirbuted a little, it prevents the phone from sleeping. Although I also implemented a background persist feature so that you could just click the home button, let the phone sleep and it will just alert the user via push notifications once a sprint is done.

Unfortunately, I haven't implemented a desktop version yet. I originally wanted try building an app and share my experience, I didn't really think that some people would find the actual app interesting.

But I will be releasing a desktop version and will probably make it open source in the next week. Once done, I'll reply to you again if ever you're interested playing with it again.

 

Very cool. I hope you will release a web or desktop app. I really want to try this but the mobile keyboard is a UX killer considering the amount of ongoing typing required.

 

Nice article. Where can i download the source for this?

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