So if you haven't followed my tweets about it, or the commits, I've
been completely reworking the iPhone app using a framework called
Three20, by the guy who made the Facebook app. It's got a really nice
design and simplified a lot of work I was doing myself in the code, and
it allows me to cut CoreData out of the equation (which is not
threadsafe, and the cause of the most common crashes in the current app).
Attached is the first release from the new codebase. Everything's there
except for the "add node" which I haven't had a chance to finish yet.
Please, let me know how this works, and if it's more stable for you.
Personally, it seems quite a bit more snappy than then last codebase,
and I've not been able to crash it yet.
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