I just noticed you guys updated the app. Great fixes. Some of the
clunkiness that bugged me is now gone. Also the font differences make
things look much nicer and easier to read.
I do notice that if you view a bunch of the sections, do a bunch of
stuff, it starts to slow down so im assuming that too much markup is
getting stuck on the page or something and causing more work for the
1 thing that I would personally love to see added to the app, if you
guys can add some js that automatically figures out the next seabus
times. You only give the value of how often they come but with that,
you could easily show the actual values and save lazy people like me a
bit of time :)
Great job on the app though. It's really helpful and to be honest, I
wanted to make it but then found yours a week later.
On Nov 17, 11:33 am, Igor Faletski <igor.falet...@gmail.com
> If you check the Bus tab in the application it will show the nearby
> bus stops... So we use GPS indeed!
> On Nov 17, 2:09 am, Benny <gardenofw...@gmail.com
> > Hi,
> > Congratulations on the public transportation supporting application -
> > I hope more people would be inclined to use public transportation in
> > the light of applications likeTransLinkand th elike.
> > I'm new to this group; I'm interested in PhoneGap, and I'd like to ask
> > in what way doesTransLinkuse PhoneGap? from what I could see without
> > installing the application on an iPhone (from your website), I
> > couldn't find any usage of iPhone native features like GPS or Camera..
> > IF you could explain why you needed PhoneGap and how you used it I'd
> > be very greatful..
> > thanks,
> > Benny.
> > On Nov 14, 2:19 am, Igor Faletski <igor.falet...@gmail.com
> > > Guys, we just got the freeTransLinkapp (powered by PhoneGap) pushed