Posted in EpicTable Development on January 1, 2019 at 12:52 am
Hi, all. Happy New Year!
In September, I announced that, due to a new job, I was going to have to backburner EpicTable work until the end of the year or close to it. I’m pleased to share that I’ve been back at EpicTable for a couple weeks and am once again making progress.
In the coming weeks, I’ll start showing you EpicTable 2 as it’s running on my computers–kind of skeletal, kind of basic, but real and gaining ground, something solid enough that we can start to talk about the new design aesthetic, what functionality I see fitting in where, etc. That’s what I’ve been working toward for the past couple weeks, and as soon as I hit that point, I’ll put up a guided tour of sorts. It’s a delicate balancing act. It needs to be early enough that I can react to feedback, but fully-baked enough that the gaps aren’t distracting and we can have meaningful discussions about it.
Thanks for hanging in there, and thanks to the people who have continued to buy and use EpicTable 1. I always say it, but in case anyone missed it and is thinking, “Wait! There’s an EpicTable 2 coming?! I just purchased–what have I done?!” Not to worry. All of you EpicTable 1 license holders will be upgraded to EpicTable 2 for free.
Thanks, and have a great 2019!