Friday, October 2, 2009
Force Close due to TTS
TTS has been removed*
Icons for Tabs
*New Google SDK 1.6 Donut will contain integrated multi-lingual TTS library, Pico. Our TTS library would not be supported and would not utilize the great features of Pico. We are reworking the code to allow TTS with Pico.
Saturday, September 26, 2009
We are excited to let users finally experience a free alternative to flashcard creation and storage but also, use the innovative features of our app in hopes to become a widely downloaded and useful application for everyone!
After 36 hours of being posted 131 individuals have downloaded the app with 70% retaining it on their device!
Wednesday, September 9, 2009
Tuesday, August 18, 2009
Currently, this release does not include the Text To Speech Capabilities. We are working hard at fixing these bugs so it can be included.
Notable Bug Fixes for 0.1.6:
Delete User Implementation Corrected Partially, Still Refinement Needed but Functionality 100%
Menu Navigation Added for Tabbing Ease
Statistics Screen Working for time Logged
Logout Feature added to Statistics Screen for accurate time accumulation
Text Size Increased in Feature Page
Bug Crash Fixed for Flash Cards
Code and APK are now available via the Google Code Page.
Version 0.2.0 is planned for the end of the summer including Text to Speech, Messaging/Import Capability, and improved bug fixes with the UI.
Sunday, July 26, 2009
The new release of StudiDroid is schedule for this week. Our team is hard at work to get the release to include the re-done interface. Symbol Integration has been implemented for over 25 common symbols as per Wikipedia.org
This release will hopefully, also, contain text to speech integration with the Eyes-Free library. Our goal for features is still on track for completion by the end of the summer.
Stay tuned for the official post of the release and cooresponding Google Code download.
- StudiDroid Team
Friday, July 17, 2009
Some key additions to the code have been made and will continue to be worked on all summer.
Symbol Integration - Common Symbols from Wikipedia have been added to a custom input field allowing the user, in the first mobile flash card application, to enter common mathematical, logical, and scientific symbols into the flash cards for studying!
Text to Speech - Currently, the text to speech library has been isolated. The feature is currently being implemented into the application to allow the user to easily have the flash card dictated. This is scheduled to be fully implemented within the next week.
Interface Redesign - We are in the process of redesigning the interface to allow for the most user friendly experience. Examination of popular mobile applications from numerous mobile OS platforms have led us to develop a simple, easily navigable, and efficient model. We are using tabs to separate the categories, cards, and other feature specific functions. This is one of two goals to be completed for the summer.
Speech to Text - Part of our team is currently researching how to implement speech to text ability to allow accessibility to our application. No completion time frame has been set.
Import Card Capability - Our team has researched the ability to import cards into our application. Numerous methods have been presented and we are working on using the library of flash cards that exist currently and are readily available for free download from other mobile flash card applications. The file would be stored on SD card and then parsed and loaded by StudiDroid.
Answers Correct - As of late we decided the idea that keeping track of how many you got right is increasingly important. We are going to being design of the best way to keep track of the correct answers and present the user a statistics page at the end of a session.
Our goal is to have most of these features fully implemented for the end of the summer. Though the application will have many refinements, and has the possibilities to add much more robust features in the future we would like to have a marketplace release by Fall 2009.
StudiDroid Beta 0.25 is now officially StudiDroid 0.1.1. Release 0.1.5 is to be schedule within the next week.
Thursday, June 18, 2009
As posted in our other two blogs, for the Summer of 2009 RCOS the team of Sean Austin, Diana Mazzola, and James Kolb will be switching to work on StudiDroid.
When trying to implement Beacon Security, an identical application was found and released just recently, so we could not proceed.
After thinking of the Connect Lock Screen, Google Engineers had posted that the Android OS does not support replacing the lock screen at this time.
We have already released the Beta version of StudiDroid and will be working all summer for a full release in the fall 2009.
Slideshow of proposed additions and schedule to be uploaded within 24 hours
Tuesday, June 9, 2009
Wednesday, May 6, 2009
Thursday, April 2, 2009
Friday, March 20, 2009
Friday, February 20, 2009
Post of screen shot of logo and user interface for login to follow promptly.
Friday, February 13, 2009
Friday, February 6, 2009
Monday, January 26, 2009
StudiDroid is sponsored by the Rensselaer Center for Open Source, generously funded by Sean O’Sullivan, Class of 1985.