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Re: My EnyoJS based UI for tt-rss

Posted: 22 May 2013, 14:41
by torpesco
Works on my Mac with Chrome, but via Z10 browser (running 10.1) doesn't load feeds or articles. Looks good in Chrome and the screenshots... would like to see it working my BB (especially if you get an app done :) ).

Re: My EnyoJS based UI for tt-rss

Posted: 30 Aug 2013, 00:18
by MichaelTunnell
please reupload this UI to somewhere...the dropbox link is dead and I am very interested in trying this out on my desktop. I don't have my WebOS device anymore but it looks like a solid option for Desktop usage.

If you want a free place to host it then look at http://www.sourceforge.net

Re: My EnyoJS based UI for tt-rss

Posted: 30 Aug 2013, 02:42
by ldidry
Try the second link, in the first page.

Re: My EnyoJS based UI for tt-rss

Posted: 30 Aug 2013, 12:34
by MichaelTunnell
thanks...I got the download, tested on desktop via Firefox and have suggestions for improvements.

1. I wish it had media attachment support.
2. ability to view Starred articles. (this UI only shows unread items and since starred items are always read it never shows them)

Other than those two issues I am a big fan of this UI. I like the section size sliding, pretty cool idea. I really love the speed of this UI...it provides a lot of usefulness and features without the lag that the standard UI has.

Thank you very much and even though the above issues aren't there right now, I will probably be using this UI as my main UI for the time being.

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Update: I just noticed you can display read items with the button at the top of the categories so that makes it possible to see the starred but I would still prefer to see those with the read items hidden.

Re: My EnyoJS based UI for tt-rss

Posted: 12 Sep 2013, 12:11
by linuxq
I finally started working on it again. Mainly I use it on Blackberry 10 and webOS now. Are there any BB10 users that want to beta test? Send me a PN with your BBID :)

Re: My EnyoJS based UI for tt-rss

Posted: 10 Feb 2014, 12:38
by linuxq
Finally submitted as app to Blackberry: viewtopic.php?f=10&t=2856