Windows Expense Tracker Update

I’m 95% done with the coding and will just have to finish up some medium to low priority items and then it’s done! Version 1 will be out soon.

Here are some notable items that have happened and some action items still to be done:
– my only laptop was busted and was deemed unfixable and had to get a new one (thus the significant delay of launching)
– had to recode some already existing modules because of design flaws.
– renamed the app because the initial name was already taken.
– after coding, it will still undergo functional testing.
– after testing, it will be submitted to Microsoft for approval to be published in the Windows Store.
– i’ve created a Google Forms survey for bug submission and feature requests for the app.

Hopefully I will be able to push it to the Windows Store at the end of the week or end of next week.

Stay tuned.

Update: UWP Expense Tracker

I have reverted back to about 30% of progress because I had to redesign the database. The original design had some major flaws and wouldn’t be scalable in the long run. So I had to get back to the drawing board – back to the database design. And as such, redesigning the DB would require major changes in the existing UI as well.

But I am happy to report that THERE IS progress albeit rather slowly.

In the coming weeks, I would be posting some screenshots. 😊

Expense Tracker for Windows 10

For the past few months, I’ve been working on an app (just to try it out) and it is an expense tracker (literally just recording and tracking all expenses). I’m about 60% done and I would publish it in the Windows Store. The reason behind this only being available (for now) at the Windows Store is that I know C# and it was logical for me to use it to TRY creating a modern application for today’s smartphones/tablets/desktop (only, this runs in Windows 10).

Why an expense tracker? For the last 5 years I’ve been looking for an app to manage my expenses and I’m sure there are great apps out there but just not what I need. Most wanted me to enter a budget and an income transaction – but not what I want – I resorted to using Google Sheets! So this app is based on what I want and need for an app that lists expenses.

Also, a goal for this project (a bit selfish) is so I could say that I published an app! Haha. And I would be a legit mobile developer. 🙂

For the coming months, I would be revealing some screenshots and the name of the app. Stay tuned (if there are readers of this blog).