Version 0.14.0 released

 Richard    19 Oct 2019
 None    Release

Usability improvements

Version 0.14.0 brings you various usability improvements

* New chapters are opened automatically
* Scroll positions in the sidebar for chapters, characters and places are saved
* New icons on collapsed chapters in sidebar
* Better feedback when creating chapters / scenes
* Label editing is fixed available in Amazon Appstore

 Richard    19 Oct 2019
 None    App is available for FireHD and other devices now

Release day for Amazon App Store Users. The app is available for FireHD and other devices with an Amazon Appstore now. In the future all upcoming versions are released there as well in sync with the Play Store and App Store.

Version 0.13.0 released

 Richard    15 Oct 2019
 None    Release

A very small release with a few improvements

Version 0.13.0 is released and it's a very small release. Some translations were fixed and a warning for guest accounts are added when they try to log out. The app rating dialog shows the correct content now as well.

Version 0.12.0 released

 Richard    13 Oct 2019
 None    Release

Guest accounts and improved library books list

With this release 0.12.0 the new guest account is available so new users can try the app completely risk free without entering personal details. Key features of this release are:

* Guest account: Try the app without registration
* Library: Improved books list view
* Editor: Fix focus when adding characters or places expands data network

 Richard    21 Sep 2019
 None    Infrastructure

To prevent downtimes, uses additional data centers in Germany and Sweden

Currently uses a data center located in Nuremberg, Germany to store the needed data. This is a single point of failure because there is a downtime when the hosting provider upgrades the infrastructure or security updates on machines are needed and causes a planned downtime like this one in January or last year in August. And unplanned outages appears, when services crash or network infrastructure is down. This didn't happened very often in the last year but there was an outage of 6 hours on September 21 this year.

To prevent these problems in the future expands to multiple server locations in Germany and Sweden. The data center in Nuremberg will be kept and two additional locations are included in the new network now: Falkenstein and Helsinki.

So when the data center in Nuerenberg is offline for example you can continue with your work seamlessly and automatically with one of the other data centers. This prevents a downtime in the future for the whole service.