thankyouOB wrote:are you looking for testers with iPhone 5 or later?
Once I complete the initial porting to iOS there will be some limited beta program. Basically to test out the Wifi connection code. I don't not have a copy of LeafStat but from the setup information I have seen it requires a Static setting for the IP Address whereas for Leaf Spy Pro it is just another Wifi connection and uses DHCP so nothing special is required. For Leaf Spy you will need to first select the Wifi network (your OBDII adapter) before Leaf Spy can connect.
At this time I have not uploaded anything to Apple so I don't yet know how they run beta testing. But I might just end up sending out a test LeafSpyPro.ipa file and having testers use iTunes to directly load the test version to their device.
In any case I would need the device UDID to build the proper certificate to allow the .ipa file to be loaded to your device.
Those wishing to be beta testers would just need to send me their UDID and device type. Only devices supporting iOS 7 or higher are capable of running Leaf Spy.
I have completed porting over all the data screens and am now working on the Settings menu. Settings has 17 sub panels some simple some complex and some feature are not supported in iOS. Things like checkboxes and pulldowns are not supported in iOS so there is a fair amount of new coding needed and layout changes to make things fit on the screen.
Each sub panel of settings needs to be tested using each Language (English/Japanese), orientations (P/L) and with each test device I have (iTouch, iPad, iPhone4). So that is 12 tests for each panel plus any repeats/restart when a change is made in any one of them to be sure a fix to one did not break another. It is a time consuming test process.