The Manage apps window now categorizes apps by their plans. It also allows you
to sort apps by their modification time, which is great if you store many
backup copies of your apps. Duplicating an app always puts the copy on the
E-mail report buttons now support setting the Reply-To, carbon copy and blind
carbon copy addresses as well as the attachment file name. Buttons for
downloaded reports now support setting the file name of the report. Finally,
we now support Zoho Flow in addition to Zapier and Microsoft Flow.
Our next release is just around the corner! We're currently finishing up
feature development work and expect to release our new version next month.
This blog post also discusses some of the stability problems we've
experienced as of late.
We will introduce paid plans soon and we now share a preliminary version of
our pricing. You will choose between three paid plans for private, public and
embedded apps. There will be a limited, no-cost plan meant for personal use.
We also discuss our enterprise plans and much more.
Running and editing very large apps now works better, thanks to our having
tripled the memory available to our server. More work will be done in the
future to enable very large apps to be edited and run with no performance
Heath has noted that his app icon gains a Chrome overlay icon when installed
to a user's home screen on Android. Our co-founder David explains that this
issue will go away when we revise our offline feature.
Superscripts and subscripts appear above and below the baseline of the text,
respectively, and are useful when writing mathematical formulas. Use them
today in Calcapp Creator by copying and pasting the characters in this post.