I pushed some changes to my apple watch app repo in Perceptus/nsapple- you can now toggle which BG is used as primary display - Dexcom or Raw. If raw is chosen it calculates the raw delta bg and the directional arrow (its a little jumpy I only used a 2 point derivative - on my list to imrove). I also fixed a few bugs related error trapping data availability on calibrations. I tested it on both the 0.6 and 0.7 versions of the pebble endpoint - I notices the 0.7 endpoint now provides cal data if its older then 24 hours which is great, but as a note apple's json stuff then couldnt parse it even though its valid json. I used a workaround from someoneanyone's code to remove some plus signs and its now parsing. nice find.
my kid broke our one adult receiver (fixing USB on my list for this week...) so we are back to peds - using raw as the primary for not only BG but delta and direction arrow is awesome - if not I found myself constantly trying to figure out direction and detla etc from the distance between white dots :) might be a good option for core ns remote monitor too - I may hack my own. I already got rid of the log scale :) it fools me if he is say 150 and rising if Im tired and half asleep
I really forgot how awful the lag is on the peds version... kid and wife both liking raw as primary as well