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i-trax v0.1 M2 released!

i-trax Milestone 2 of version 0.1 was finished yesterday evening. It includes all the functionality of Milestone one, plus a couple of new features.

Features of v0.1 M2:
* logging on and off to service
* preliminary database design
* view inbox
* read messages
* preliminary implementation of archive
* preliminary implementation of deleting messages
* preliminary implementation of cache component... read more

Posted by David Linsin 2004-08-15

i-trax website updated!

Since i-trax client will not only be a J2ME application but also a web interface, I'm trying to integrate the web client into the i-trax website step by step.

The registration for the sf i-trax service is online since v0.1 M1 was released. Today I added the option to submit an email address, for future message notification.

I plan to release v0.1 M2 tomorrow evening, check out the Roadmap at http://i-trax.sourceforge.net for further information.

Posted by David Linsin 2004-08-14

i-trax v0.1 M1 released!

The first milestone of i-trax v0.1 was finished early, yesterday evening. Today i-trax v0.1 M1 was released. It is an early version of v0.1 and includes preliminary second mileston features like checking your inbox or reading messages.

The released files contain a user account for testing and big tracking, without registering your own account. If you want to register your own account you can visit http://i-trax.sourceforge.net/index.php?action=register and sign up our service.

Posted by David Linsin 2004-08-09

i-trax M1 due to be finished

The first milestone of i-trax is due to be finished by next week. Workings on second milestone are going to begin next week. They include perparing a preliminary release of i-trax ( i-trax v0.1 M1 ) for testing and bug tracking.

For further information on i-trax roadmap visit http://i-trax.sourceforge.net/index.php?action=roadmap

Posted by David Linsin 2004-08-07

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