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A few weeks back I discovered that Apple will disable Calendar syncing for any events beyond a month - if the user has a Google calendar installed. This basically breaks my Calendar Storage model and required me to go back to the drawing board. The end result after trying a handful of storage solutions is that Nomie 3 now stores all even data in SQLite.
We now have a fully working Import and Export system. You can currently only select files from your iCloud drive - but it works with Nomie 3 backup bundles, as well as Nomie 2 and Nomie 1 backup files.
Share trackers with friends via QR Codes.
Press the “Add” button on your Nomie Board, select “Scan Code” - scan the the code above.
Now that the calendar storage is gone, we can simply list the last 100 logs, instead of viewing them month by month (which was a HORRIBLE experience)
You can now lock Nomie using TouchID or FaceID
A mini local blockchain ledger that calculates your daily score. You can see if working in Settings / Inspect Files / qfs / scorecard.
Calendars are now used for importing events into Nomie, much like the API does for Nomie 2. Previous Nomie 3 users will need to use this feature (settings / import data / from calendar) to migrate their data over to the new storage system.
Importing my 4 years of data in Nomie 2 would take 8 minutes easily. In Nomie 3, it’s less than 20 seconds.
I think it’s important for people to understand what data is being stored and where. Accordingly, I’ve created a “inspect file” browser available in the Settings area so you can see exactly the data Nomie is storing.