30th Apr 2017

monPlan Update - v0.4.0 Release Notes

by Eric Jiang <eric@ericjiang.dev>

Version 0.4.0 refines our integration with our API as well as introduction nice and cool features. Most of the updates this time is improving our app through various fixes such as improvements to the server-side as well as other cool features.

Our app is completely User Driven, meaning the feedback you provide help us to improve our app.

New Features

New Design, Inspired by Monash Colours

Our new colors fully integrate the app well into the Monash Community, as well as providing a more cleaner and modern design. Allow us to build an even more beautiful app.

Course Information Header

We have a new course information header, which displays critical information about the progression of your plan as well as core course information. Otherwise view your course as normal.

Validation now in beta And Adding Units just Got Easier

We have introduced Validation in beta. Helping you to pick relevant units, at the right time and in the right order. Just remember you can still ignore validation warnings, they are just warnings after all. As well as units being to be added more easily, just click on a greyed out area and search as usual.

Server Side Features:

Most of this release focuses on our API, in order to migrate to Google App Engine, we recoded the App in Java allowing a more easier to use environment as well as models to help validation different DB schemas. Everything except for snapshots have been migrated over.

Originally published at monplandevblog.wordpress.com on May 1, 2017.

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