A First Impression of OpenTodoList

So some weeks back I came to the conclusion that it would be a good idea to write a todo list application. So far so good. Unfortunately, a lot of my past projects have got stuck somewhat in the very beginning of their development phase. I do not claim that OpenTodoList had an easier life. In fact, due to I have only a little spare time left nowadays, finding some to invest in such a “side project” is not easy. However, OTL had one advantage: I urgently needed a todo list app that fits my needs - especially at work ;) By the way, during the development, I stumbled upon an interesting topic (which meanwhile is probably not so unknown anymore): Flat design :) I’m not a designer, however, I found that design approach quite interesting and (of course) rewrote the UI parts of OTL in that fashion. Thanks to QML, that went quite easy - during one evening the UI was vastly ported. The transition is definitely not finished yet (and again, I’m not a designer, so there’s definitely still a lot to learn about good design). Now, enough words, see some before and after pics below. Enjoy :)

Before and after the great flattening.

OpenTodoList 3.11 Has Been Released

After the previous releases of the app rather have been bug fix and maintenance ones, this ones finally brings some cool new features.## ...… Continue reading

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