Divinglog Version for the iPhone

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Would you love to have one?

Yes
11
73%
Not needed
2
13%
What the heck are you talking about?
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No votes
No
2
13%
 
Total votes: 15

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Divinglog Version for the iPhone

Post by Stefano » Thu Sep 18, 2008 20:19

In the German section there's the same poll, see viewtopic.php?t=776.

What about you guys? I would love to see an official AppStore version for the 3G, which has GPS support 8) - I'm a proud owner of one of those gadgets ... ;)

Let us get mobile iPhone-wise!

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Post by divinglog » Mon Oct 06, 2008 17:47

OK, here an official statement: The development has started, data conversion works and I've seen already some screenshots. The development is done by a company focusing on iPhone software for scuba divers and will be sold via the App Store by this company. But there will be a tight integration with Diving Log. I'll keep you posted in this thread. :)

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Post by divinglog » Sun Oct 26, 2008 16:37

Here are some news: The iPhone Dive Log is developed by More Mobile Software. The dives were stored in a SQLite database on the iPhone. And here are some early screenshots (they are likely to change due to the early stage):

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Post by divinglog » Sun Nov 02, 2008 17:47

The communication between Diving Log on the desktop and the iPhone works now really good. It's very easy to transfer your logbook from the desktop computer to the iPhone and vice versa. Everything works wireless ("over the air" in Apple's words 8)) via WiFi, the only way to communicate with the iPhone. The app will run of course also on the iPod Touch.

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Post by divinglog » Tue Nov 11, 2008 13:23

Here you can see the iPhone sync dialog which will be included in the next Diving Log update shortly:

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Post by Stefano » Mon Nov 17, 2008 15:25

Excellent Sven, looks good to me! Do you roughly know, when it will be available in the Apple Store? Just returned from a 2 weeks diving holiday in Mozambique and would have loved to have used the application ... ;)

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Post by divinglog » Tue Nov 18, 2008 13:39

Hi Stefano

Unfortunately I don't know it, but I'll send you the email of the developer and maybe he can tell you an estimated release date. Of course it depends on how much features he want to include in the first release and if he wants to start a limited public beta test.

Sven

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Post by Stefano » Tue Nov 18, 2008 14:00

Excellent and TAL Sven!

Cheers

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Post by divinglog » Fri Jan 02, 2009 14:19

Here is another small update:

The first version was sent to Apple a few days ago for approval and should be available shortly in the App Store and will be available in English and German in this first version. Unfortunatley a small bug is included in the iPhone Sync function from the last Diving Log update. So everyone who as installed Diving Log (update or full setup) before 1st January 2009 should download this zip file and extract it into the Diving Log program folder: Sync.zip

In the current setup (after 1st January 2009) this version is already included. Here are some other links with more information:

Diving Log iPhone Sync Tutorial
Dive Log Native
Dive Log Sync
Dive Log Screenshots

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Post by sublub » Sat Jan 03, 2009 12:37

Hoi Sven,

First the best whishes for 2009

I installed de new sync file but I still get a error mesage.

SQlite error: no such table: user defined

Any idea what I can do?

Michael

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Post by divinglog » Sat Jan 03, 2009 12:48

Hi Michael

I wish you also all the best for 2009! When does this happen, when you open the sync program? Or do you have already the iPhone Dive Log? If it happens during sync, please send me your Diving Log logbook file.

Thank you!
Sven

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Post by sublub » Sat Jan 03, 2009 12:51

I already have de iphone divelog. Looks great by the way. Sync from the iphone to pc work fine. But if I want to sync from the pc to the iphone than I get that error message after a few seconds.

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Post by sublub » Sat Jan 03, 2009 12:58

you've got mail :)

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Post by divinglog » Sat Jan 03, 2009 13:36

Hi Michael

Thank you for the file and the very fast bug report, I assume you must be the first official iPhone Dive Log user 8)

I was able to find and fix the problem. The problem was the space in the userdefined field names in this database. But now it works also with the space in the field name. I've sent you the updated Sync.zip, for everyone else, you can download here again the zip file (make sure your browser doesn't download the old file from the cache. The Sync.exe date inside the zipfile must be the 3rd January): Sync.zip (extract into the Diving Log program folder)

So, the iPhone Dive Log was finally approved by Apple and is now available in the App Store: iPhone Dive Log

Sven

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Post by sublub » Sat Jan 03, 2009 23:25

Thanks, everything works perfect now.

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