EVDRIVER wrote: whoami wrote:
Very early version of "Wink".http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=FJ1_1TpDWsg
Completely interrupt based and is a native QT application. Read the youtube description for whats going on. The near term feature set includes a charging Stop button, reading and displaying current draw.
What would be nice is kw used per day or charge VS monthly.
Absolutely on the list. Once instanteous draw is implemented, draw per day and per month should be straight forward. The end goal is to have a visual graph of last charge run, last day, last month.
The whole point of publishing the video is to show that the charge mechanism is working and is reliable. Basic features are important then development can move on to the fun features. Some of the really "fun" ideas include: weather, networked audio player, carwings stats.
The end goal of Wink is to do this right. Stable software with a feature set that is needed. To me, a sluggish UI with some interesting metrics and a static map of the US that shows nothing is not useful.