CommCare 2.1.0 Released!

Howdy folks,

Despite unfortunate some delays in QA I’m happy to announce the release of
CommCare 2.1.0.

2.1.0 is primarily a stability release, focused on making CommCare work
better rather than introducing lots of new features, but there’s still a
lot of new stuff to love.

Highlights include

  • Support for menu multimedia on CommCareODK
  • Major improvements to how CommCare performs app updates. Fixed some bad
    states which could occur on J2ME, and generally made the whole process
    substantially more robust on both platforms
  • CommCareODK now also supports auto-updates for your apps
  • Improved logging and device reporting in CommCareODK
  • Configurable thresholds for when users should be notified about the app
    not syncing for too long

There are also a number of improvements to how CommCareODK works on smaller
screens, and in terms of reporting errors on both platforms.

Releases like this are owed in huge part to the awesome feedback we get
from ya’ll, so (as always!) if you see bugs, potential improvements, or
things that just don’t quite work right please let us know!

Cheers,
-the CommCare Mobile team

P.S. The Android Market takes a while to update for each build, so it might
be a few hours before the newest release is available.

Thanks!

I was happy to see the menu multimedia functionality “just work” on both a
Nexus S and a Nexus 7 after upgrading to CommCare ODK 2.1. In case anyone
else is interested to what this looks like, I’ve included two images below.
(additional images of the J2ME version of the application can be found
herehttp://goo.gl/YfpVb

Ray

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[image: Inline image 2]

··· On Mon, Oct 15, 2012 at 4:05 PM, Clayton Sims wrote:

Howdy folks,

Despite unfortunate some delays in QA I’m happy to announce the release of
CommCare 2.1.0.

2.1.0 is primarily a stability release, focused on making CommCare work
better rather than introducing lots of new features, but there’s still a
lot of new stuff to love.

Highlights include

  • Support for menu multimedia on CommCareODK
  • Major improvements to how CommCare performs app updates. Fixed some bad
    states which could occur on J2ME, and generally made the whole process
    substantially more robust on both platforms
  • CommCareODK now also supports auto-updates for your apps
  • Improved logging and device reporting in CommCareODK
  • Configurable thresholds for when users should be notified about the app
    not syncing for too long

There are also a number of improvements to how CommCareODK works on
smaller screens, and in terms of reporting errors on both platforms.

Releases like this are owed in huge part to the awesome feedback we get
from ya’ll, so (as always!) if you see bugs, potential improvements, or
things that just don’t quite work right please let us know!

Cheers,
-the CommCare Mobile team

P.S. The Android Market takes a while to update for each build, so it
might be a few hours before the newest release is available.

Thanks Ray and the CommCare team.

··· From: Ray Brunsting Sent: Tuesday, October 16, 2012 7:44 AM To: commcare-users@googlegroups.com Cc: commcarehq@posterous.com Subject: Re: CommCare 2.1.0 Released!

Thanks!

I was happy to see the menu multimedia functionality “just work” on both a Nexus S and a Nexus 7 after upgrading to CommCare ODK 2.1. In case anyone else is interested to what this looks like, I’ve included two images below.
(additional images of the J2ME version of the application can be found here - http://goo.gl/YfpVb)

Ray

On Mon, Oct 15, 2012 at 4:05 PM, Clayton Sims csims@dimagi.com wrote:

Howdy folks,

Despite unfortunate some delays in QA I’m happy to announce the release of CommCare 2.1.0.

2.1.0 is primarily a stability release, focused on making CommCare work better rather than introducing lots of new features, but there’s still a lot of new stuff to love.

Highlights include

  • Support for menu multimedia on CommCareODK
  • Major improvements to how CommCare performs app updates. Fixed some bad states which could occur on J2ME, and generally made the whole process substantially more robust on both platforms
  • CommCareODK now also supports auto-updates for your apps
  • Improved logging and device reporting in CommCareODK
  • Configurable thresholds for when users should be notified about the app not syncing for too long

There are also a number of improvements to how CommCareODK works on smaller screens, and in terms of reporting errors on both platforms.

Releases like this are owed in huge part to the awesome feedback we get from ya’ll, so (as always!) if you see bugs, potential improvements, or things that just don’t quite work right please let us know!

Cheers,
-the CommCare Mobile team

P.S. The Android Market takes a while to update for each build, so it might be a few hours before the newest release is available.