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[COMPETITION] School Schedule - Always know how much time is left

19th August 2014, 02:57 PM |#1  
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Hi, I'm RHuffy and I developed the School Schedule app for Pebble. This watchface will allow you to enter in your daily schedule, whether it be for school, work or anything else, and it will display how much time is remaining in the current time block. I was inspired to create this watchface while I was in school. I had trouble remembering the exact times my various class periods ended and constantly found myself asking a friend or looking up the bell schedule on my school's website. With my watchface, a quick glance at your Pebble will tell you exactly how much time you have left in period 5, or how many minutes until your lunch break.

Check it out here:

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Development Goals:

1. Working watchface displaying time and date. ✓
2. Configuration page in Pebble app for schedule input.
3. Time until/time remaining displayed based on current time and input. ✓
4. Ability to set frequency of events (i.e. every Monday).
5. User customizable names for each event
About me: My name is Raymond Huffman and I am currently a sophomore in high school. I have been coding for about 2 years now, but this is my first Pebble app.

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School Schedule, Device Specific App for the Pebble

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RHuffy

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Status: Stable

Created 2014-08-19
Last Updated 2014-09-05
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26th August 2014, 12:50 AM |#2  
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First Build
I have just finished writing the basic timekeeping code for the watchapp. It displays the time, date, and day of the week, as well as a mock up for where the period and minutes remaining will be displayed.

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5th September 2014, 11:29 PM |#3  
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Great news! The watchface is finally done. I ran into a few problems writing the configuration Javascript code, and once school started, I was unable to complete it. I did, however complete this "beta" version of the app with my school's schedule hard coded in. Hopefully I can add the configuration functionality soon. Here's a screenshot:
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6th September 2014, 12:54 AM |#4  
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For testing purposes, here is the schedule that is on the watchapp:

Period 1: 8:18 - 9:00
Period 2: 9:04 - 9:46
Period 3: 9:50 - 10:32
Period 4: 10:36 - 11:18
Period 5: 11:22 - 12:04
Period 6: 12:08 - 12:50
Period 7: 12:54 - 13:36
Period 8; 13:40 - 14:22
Period 9: 14:26 - 15:08
9th January 2015, 10:20 PM |#5  
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Do you still support this app?
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