almost 3 years ago

Announcing the winners

The votes are in! Go to the gallery to congratulate the winners and check out all of the excellent submissions.

Even though the competition is over, you don't have to stop hacking. Use your portfolio to keep your project up to date and get feedback from fellow hackers.


almost 3 years ago

2 Hours Left!

Hello DevPost Participants!

Just two hours remaining in our DevPost Challenge. Thanks to those who have been working hard and submitted their projects. We want to thank you all for your participation in our challenge and for using trnql. 

The judging process will begin after 9 PM PST and the winners will be announced on Tuesday, January 5th.

Happy New Year everyone!!

trnql team


almost 3 years ago

12 Hours Remaining!

Hello DevPost Participants!

Only 12 hours remaining in our DevPost Challenge. Be sure to submit your apps by 9 PM PST if you haven't done so already. 

As you are finishing up your projects, be sure to follow the submission guidelines for your apps and feel free to reach out to us at trusted-testers@trnql.com if you have any additional questions. 

We're looking forward to reviewing your contextually aware apps!

Best of luck!

trnql team


almost 3 years ago

Submit Your Apps by 9 PM PST Tomorrow Night!

Hello DevPost Participants!

Tomorrow night is the last day to submit your apps to the challenge. All app submissions must be received by December 31 by 9 PM PST. 

As you are finishing up your projects, be sure to follow the submission guidelines for your apps and feel free to reach out to us at trusted-testers@trnql.com if you have any additional questions. 

Remember, you can submit either an existing or new Android or iOS app. You can submit as many apps as you want to increase your chances of winning our $7,500 in prizes. One app = One submission.

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almost 3 years ago

3 Days Remaining!

Hello DevPost Participants!

Just a reminder that there is only 3 days remaining in our DevPost Challenge. All app submissions must be received by December 31 at 9 PM PST.

As you are finishing up your projects, be sure to follow the submission guidelines for your apps and feel free to reach out to us at trusted-testers@trnql.com if you have any additional questions. 

Remember, you can submit either an existing or new Android or iOS app. You can submit as many apps as you want to increase your chances of winning our $7,500 in prizes. One app = One submission.

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almost 3 years ago

trnql.com Up & Running Again

Hello DevPost Participants,

Just wanted to update everyone that trnql.com is back up and running. We apologize for the website being down for some time today for those of you who were trying to access our docs. 

We are approaching just 10 days remaining in our challenge and we are looking forward to reviewing the great contextual apps you are all building! 

If you have any questions about the SDK, email us at trusted-testers@trnql.com and we would be happy to assist you!

Best of luck!

trnql team


almost 3 years ago

iOS SDK Update & Bug Fix

Hello DevPost Participants,

Important Updates and Fixes!

For those of you who are developing an iOS app for the challenge, please download the latest iOS SDK in order to get bug fixes for the following:

1) Fixed a bug where delegate methods may have been executing in a background thread (any code placed within the delegate methods will run on the main thread)

2) Deprecated the Trnql.setAPIKey() method in favor of Trnql.apiKey

3) Fixed a critical bug that could result in a fatal error when trying to set the API key

Reminder: You can submit either an existing or new Android…

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almost 3 years ago

Android SDK Update & Bug Fix

Hello DevPost Participants,

Important Updates and Fixes!

For those of you who are developing an Android app for the challenge, please download the latest Android SDK in order to get bug fixes for the following:

1) Changes and improvements to DbManager - Dbs are now created by supplying a string argument to the getDb*(someString) method - previously it specified a resource id.

2) trnql services now shut themselves down much more reliably than before. When there are no longer any observable properties (OP) listeners for system properties (meaning nobody is listening to changes in the services themselves) the services now shut…

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almost 3 years ago

Checking In

Hello DevPost Participants!

Just wanted to check in and see how everything is going so far. We hope you are creating some really awesome contextually aware apps using the trnql SDK. 

Remember, you can submit either an existing or new Android or iOS app. You can submit as many apps as you want to increase your chances of winning our $7,500 in prizes. One app = One submission. All submissions must be received by December 31 (27 days remaining). 

If you need any help integrating the SDK into your project or have any questions at all, you can email your questions…

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