• chriscioffi

    @mikael thanks for the links!

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  • chriscioffi

    I’m doing a little research before starting my next project. The big thing I’m not sure how to do with Pythonista is data persistence.

    My requirements:

    • can be created with just Pythonista
    • Data stored on iCloud or backed up as part of normal backup
    • Ability to easily restore/transfer data to new devices
    • Sync is a bonus, but not a requirement

    This project is as much about learning as it is about have the completed project.

    The amount of data to store is fairly trivial. Scalability is a non-issue.

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  • chriscioffi

    Thought I'd share my "final" version:

    gist of asna.py

    It's not very sophisticated but I think it will work nicely for me. All documentation needed should be in the header comment.

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  • chriscioffi

    Thanks, @reticulated ! That helped me understand what I was missing.

    Mine is not at all generic, but it works.

    C

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  • chriscioffi

    Thanks all! I’ll figure something out when I have a little more spare time.

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  • chriscioffi

    Context: I’m pretty experienced with Python, but new to Pythonista and iOS dev.

    I have a SiriShortcut that needs a UI. It’s a yoga timer that takes a list off poses and times, and reads each pose and waits for the duration. I’d like to switch to using Pythonista in order to have the pose name visible.

    I can make the basic UI and process the list, but I’m not sure how to make a visible progress bar. It seems like this should be a standard UI element but I’m not finding anything in the docs.

    Can anyone give me a pointer? Thanks!

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