It has taken bit longer than I had planned, but Prayer Journal has made it over to its new home with its new framework!
As I mentioned a while back, the Firebase platform is a great platform, but I wanted a stack that I was more familiar with to be able to support in the long run. I was running in to some issues with groups as well that I couldn’t quite sort out.
So that said, I’ve rebuilt the app using my preferred “ZANS” stack (Zurb Foundation for Apps, AngularJS, .Net WebAPI, SQL Server) and the journal is at a new home:
Unfortunately I wasn’t able to transfer any prayers over, so you’ll have to re-enter those. I’m not planning on taking that site down anytime soon, so you can take your time.
At the moment there is a little bit of lag when you first create your account and create/update your first prayers. After that things should move along nicely. It could be an AngularJS loading thing, but I’m still looking into it. We’re in alpha stage afterall 8^D
The sharing feature isn’t in place yet either. The first priority was get basic prayer management in place. I also wanted to update some of the templates and processing of shared prayers. I’ll lump this together with the prayer groups (or save it for later) and keep moving forward.
You’ll find the interface is a little different, and hopefully a little easier to navigate, especially on the mobile side. This is where Zurb really shines. It definitely needs some UI polish, and I’m happy to accept any offers from design guys out there, as I am sorely lacking 8^D
I hope you enjoy the new layout. Spread the word and I’ll keep pressing forward to that lovely 1.0 milestone!