Wednesday, June 22, 2016

Change Log: 1.36.687

In honor of today's pinup sale: the Cork-saker.
This tiny release cleans up a number of long-standing presentation and optimization issues. As usual, I've got a handful of fixes for the last big feature release going out in this one. Release 1.36.687 also attempts to address some SEO feedback I recently received.

The GitHub release is still high on the priority list: I dusted off my account today and started working my way through their modern tutorials (which are hella slick, compared to what was there seven years ago).

Friday, June 17, 2016

User Stats and Patterns

Google Analytics stats since January 2016.

I recently received some questions about usage trends.

Specifically, I had a couple of people ask me about which browsers and operating systems people typically use to access the Manager (and, in one case, why I don't have better iOS/Android support).

Since I use a combination of Google Analytics to track and monitor that sort of information, I can give fairly specific answers to those types of questions.

Hit the jump for more.

Thursday, June 16, 2016

Change Log: 1.36.670

New logo!

Major release 1.36.670 includes a new logo, a general presentation overhaul and a handful of new usability features, including the much-needed "Brain Event Damage" Hunting Party control.

Support for the Lion God is available in this release. Support for more expansions will continue to roll out gradually.

This release also pushes a good amount of back-end refactoring related to the upcoming GitHub release.

Wednesday, June 15, 2016

Major Release Coming this Week!

Coming Soon!
The Manager is about to receive a major overhaul with the next release: get ready!

Teaser details after the jump.

Sunday, June 5, 2016

Change Log: 1.35.646

1.35.646 is a long overdue house-keeping release intended to make it easier for me to develop and test new features in an environment that mirrors production.

June is going to be another slow month for development, due to travel and other impediments, but hit the jump break and check out the "Coming Soon" section for a sneak peek at the new features that I am currently developing. Most of what's there will be released this month.

Finally, I'm still looking for an iOS advocate. If you use kdm-manager on an iOS device and you want to help out, hit me up.