I released “revision 10” of my personal finance web application moments ago. This release provides a visible indication if a transaction is a future transaction. Future transactions have a gray background and are in italics. I also added a confirm dialog before deleting a transaction. (I accidentally deleted a transaction the other day. This wasn’t a problem before, but with the recent feature enhancement to allow transaction to be duplicated, there is now a link to duplicate a transaction right next to the link to delete a transaction. I accidentally clicked the delete instead of the duplicate link. Oops. This is now fixed.)
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“Revision 8” of my personal finance application “akount” has been released.
This new release includes enhancements to the login process. The login process has for a while supported username and password authentication or OpenID authentication. The login form showed both forms for username/password authentication and OpenID authentication. Now, only one or the other forms is shown and you can toggle between the two forms. Once you successfully authenticate, a cookie is set to remember the type of authentication that you used. Then, the next time you access the application and have to log in, the form displayed will be the one that you last used.
The code was also cleaned up a bit, consolidating the username/password and OpenID authentication into one PHP controller. (I have tried to use a model-view-controller (MVC) pattern in developing akount.)
“Revision 7” of akount has been released. (Productive evening–6 and 7 in one night.) In this update, transactions in the account transactions view can now be duplicated (copied). There is a “Duplicate” link that will open the “add transaction” view with the “Date” set to the current date and the “Description”, “Amount”, “Tag”, and “Transfer” duplicated from the original transaction. This feature will hopefully be helpful for entering recurring transactions that happen each month.
I just released “revision 6” of akount, my personal financial management web application that is in “limited beta”. (Okay, very limited beta. I am the only user. 🙂 )
This release added support for a user to configure how many “items per page” are displayed on the account transaction pages. Prior to this, the number of transactions shown per page was 10. Now a user can choose between 1 and 99 items per page in the “My Info” page available from the account summary page.
Version 1.0.0 of virtlcd has been released. This is the first virson of the Java Swing API. The components provide a virtual LCD display for use within a Swing app. A sample swing application which illustrates how to use the API. (The logo itself, “virtlcd”, there in the upper right, is an example of the display.)