Have you ever wanted to feel confident with your finances? Have you ever wondered how making changes to your lifestyle would affect your livelihood over time? These were the things I wanted to know over two years ago. I didn’t care about all the fancy accounting terms associated with personal finances. I just wanted to know things like (for example) whether my family’s spending habits were acceptable or not or whether we could afford to go on a summer vacation or subscribe to a new magazine.
Archive for the ‘Code Release’ Category
I have just released a Screen Tracker update. I’ll get the source code uploaded at some point. In the mean-time, here is the new feature list:
The Screen Tracker tool is now available. View the Screen Tracker page for details. There’s also a new download link for it on the menu to the right. Screen Tracker is still very rough around the edges. Immediate improvements to be made are:
After several months of testing/tweaking, I have released a beta version of Cash Tracker. I believe it to be a stable product at this point that is simply lacking in some extra features. You can go to the Cash Tracker page to download and install using Click-Once. I have also made the latest source code available on that page. Feel free to leave comments with any feature requests.
I’m happy to announce there’s now a somewhat usable version of Cash Tracker available for download. Click here to get it!