I’m happy to announce a new Stream release. Version 1.3 is a minor release with one new feature and two bug fixes.
New Feature 💫
When you go to Settings you’ll notice a new section called CACHE. This feature allows you to set the number of days to maintain Feed Items in the timeline. It’s a sliding scale between 1 and 30. The original release of Stream, and every version since, has used a hard code value of 30. Now you can control how long you hold onto feed items.
Thanks to Steven Vore for the feature suggestion.
Bug Fixes 🐞
- Timeline list items with long titles could force the date to display off the screen. Thank you Iryna for your layout mastery and support.
- Images in the Article view that were small than the width of the screen were blown up to fill the screen. Thank you Ashur for your HTML and CSS mastery and your continued support.
I hope you enjoy this release and find Stream a valuable part of your Feed Reading workflow. 🧡
This release includes two upgrades to existing features and one bug fix.
? The first, and biggest, upgrade is the reading experience in the Article view. Various text and paragraph formatting styles are now supported.
? The second upgrade is displaying linked items inside the application instead of opening Safari. Small, but it does make for a better experience.
? The one bug fix was something I wanted to fix for quite a while. Certain feeds – like Medium – did not include their content in a way Stream knew how to parse them. That bug has finally been sent packing.
Nothing major to share. Version 1.0.1 completes the Tip Jar we intended to ship in 1.0.
Why a Tip Jar?
Well, a one time price isn’t sustainable in the long run, even for a one person shop. And subscription fatigue is a thing.
If you’re interested in leaving a tip you can to to settings, scroll to the bottom, tap on Tip Jar, and pick an amount you’d like to tip.
Do I have to leave you a tip to open up features? Nope. Stream will work the same for everyone.
It’s been a few months in the making but RxCalc 1.2 is now available in the App Store.
What’s new? Glad you asked. There are two new features to talk about.
- Support for dosing adjustment using single level vancomycin kinetics.
- The calculations are performed using both patient specific information supplied by the user as well as patient population parameters.
- Literature supported High Dose Extended Interval (HDEI) (aka “once daily” or “pulse”) aminoglycoside dosing.
- Calculations for gentamicin and tobramycin are based on 7mg/kg adjusted body weight.
- Calculations for amikacin are based on 15mg/kg adjusted body weight.
This release was also unique because we finally opened the door to a Beta Tester. Our heartfelt thanks goes out to Robert B. Martin, Pharm.D. Robert provided a critical eye for Jerry’s Pharmacokinetic Calculations and his years of clinical experience were priceless. He’s given us a lot of great feedback we’ll be sure to include in future releases. That’s right, we like to hear from our users!
We hope you enjoy using 1.2 as much as we enjoyed developing it.