Another progress update! You can read about how things are going here, and I thought I’d share a few screenshots in this thread.
The app running on iPhone and iPad. You can choose a collection to view posts in that collection, or choose “Drafts” to see posts that don’t belong a collection, just like on WriteFreely. There’s also an “All Posts” library, to show you, as you might guess, all your posts.
Here it is, running on the Mac. Same kind of navigation setup — a sidebar to choose the collection, which populates a list of posts in the selected collection, and then an editor for the selected post. Notice there are two fields in the editor: one to edit the title, and another to edit the content. This is a departure from the web app.
Yep, it supports “Dark Mode” — this feature mostly comes for free when you’re using standard SwiftUI elements, but I had to use a bit around of a workaround for Xcode/iOS/macOS beta 4 to let you choose if you wanted the app to always use a light scheme, always use a dark scheme, or simply follow the OS setting. Not sure if that bug’s been fixed in later betas.
There’s still lots to do, but it’s coming along!