Thus I have added another field to the Settings sheet of my blogger app and a little code to support it.
If you've never heard of it, it's a simple app that puts the current time into natural language.
I do hope I won't have to start running a spam-eating app on my weblog's comments!
Double-click on the map to mark waypoints, and the app tells you the total distance defined by the waypoints.
It was a very, very bad app, but it was the first app I ever built.
I've been trying to come up with ways to construct the app myself and D talked about.
Also, the banner slot at the bottom was refusing to budge, proudly displaying an ad telling me to use the app that was displaying it.
Well I quit all apps , and restarted them, had no real effect, but a system restart seemed to pick up the user profile changes.
I can almost consider it as research into the current state of the art of web apps .
Basically third-party apps fall into one of two categories, useful or cool, and some things are both.