It’s been a while since my last rails post, so I decided to try out something different.
Specifically, i’ve always wanted to track my time, but I never seem to find a solution that works. The solution is either too simple and doesn’t give me any feedback, or it’s extremely complicated and hard to use.
So I set about to make a time tracking solution that was both ridiculously simple to use, and could give me some useful reports back. Thus, Twackr was born!
I modelled the entry system after Twitter: at its simplest, all you need to do is type in what you are doing, and Twackr will start tracking your time instantly. When you are done, simply click on “Finish” and it will be done!
Already spent some time doing something but couldn’t get to Twackr? Then you can backdate entries by adding “-1H”. Still working on something? Then try “-1H+”. Blocking out some time? Then use “+1H”. Want to see if you’ll make the deadline? try typing “1H”.
Time can also be categorised into “Services” (#service) and “Projects” (@project).
You can check out a live demo of twackr on heroku. Just sign up, and check it out – it couldn’t be any simpler!
Like most of my other rails projects, Twackr is Open Source. So feel free to fork it on github.