I’ve been playing around with some CSS. I used this as a small testbed project for experimentation. See http://temperature.malcolmteas.com
Mote and I have contracted for me to work on their Beach Conditions Reporting System Website. I’ll be maintaining that site, and it’s associated server system and mobile apps. See http://visitbeaches.org.
The 1.1 version is out now in the app store. All new conversion page that works with duration or to dates. And ample improvements in other areas as well. One practical use of the app is that conversion page. If you’re doing arithmetic with time or dates, it’s really handy to convert it into metric seconds, do your math, and then convert it back. Much easier than working out months, days, hours, minutes and seconds as you go. Let the software do the hard part.
Now, I’m working on a new app that will be, uh, somewhat more practical than an app that works with metric seconds timekeeping. Which, I would certainly admit, is a niche application. For a particularly small niche.
But Metric Seconds was a fun idea and I enjoyed writing it. So I consider that time well spent.
I’m updating Metric Seconds. Finally! After a long time I’m bringing it up to date and fixing some things. Some of the changes coming are that the convert screen now converts to a date, or to a duration of time. There are UI improvements to make using the stopwatch or countdown timer a bit easier. Also dark mode support is there now too.
And I’ve dropped the price to zero. So welcome to use it for no cost. (Thanks to those that did pay before!)
Expected to be out soon!