07/13/2013, 11:22 AM
Here's what I think from a quick look -- at the read me on Github (quoted below) and the code.
Originally Posted by bethel95
I like this one, wasn't aware of the problem.
Improved: Creating an event via a Just Type Quick Action now closes any existing event detail popup.
Can't do these with UC as it interferes with the preferences in how you want your calendar to open when launched.
Improved: Tapping the calendar icon when the calendar is in card view
Brings it into focus, switches to Day view and updates the date shown as follows
If you were in Month view, Day view shows the first day of that month or the day of the month you were last viewing.
If you were in Week view, Day view shows the first day of that week or the day of the week you were last viewing.
If you were in Day view, Day view shows the same day that was being viewed.
tip: To view "today" in any view, double-tap that view's icon in the view switcher bar at the bottom of the calendar.
I don't think these problems exist in UC, I'll have to double check them.
When the calendar is closed, tapping on event alarms, search results and quick actions always opens the calendar and shows the tapped event.
Switching views immediately shows the intended date instead of first quickly showing the old date.
Week & Month views now safely check whether available events occur on the currently displayed day(s).
All intra-app asynchronous notifications are delivered until explicitly ignored.
No longer only sending the first notification.
I don't think I'll do these, I do not want to include patching the app so it runs in a browser in UC.
Improved: Other things
Began minor refactoring needed to re-enable loading calendar within a browser.
Primarily doing this for better calendar debugging via desktop browsers.
Currently loads all resources but shows a blank view when viewed in the webOS browser; more work to be done.