@scottleibrand@jwedding appreciate all the feedback. yes alarms are not checked in this version. this was just thrown out there to gauge interest. there is apparently lots of interest so further effort will be put into it.
i've considered sliders for alarms to restrict value ranges. so users can't low alarm a ridiculous hypoglycemic value like 30...
but high ranges are tougher to negotiate.. hyperglycemia /hyperosmolar nonketotic states can manifest at various ranges
next question is when to open source this. if there're going to be several competing projects for this client, do we need a more complete feature set or open early to allow everyone to pile on?
as for the URL.. it's supposed to put up sample graph on first launch, but with the azure downtime last night things were acting not as expected.. and of course we need further error checking with URL entry/results.
RE Fingerstick, I DO like the ability to select a dot and get the exact reading at that time.
But would like to be able to see more historically.
Thinking big, i want to swipe from the first screen and get a historical report generator.
Pick a time frame (1d, 7d, 30d) and then show me high, low, average, %time in range.
very similar to how I look at a stock in my etrade app for example.
I can see highs, lows, avg, etc.
Going full tilt on alarms, it should use the iOS API to select an alert sound from the typical options.
Just pondering hacks to get around sleep. Does iOS allow you to set countdowns in the background via API? My thought would be that if you were in an alert situation, you could generate a countdown for 1m and have THAT punch through the sleep or inactive state.