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Hi,

since my last post got deleted due to the tmo service downtime, here it is again

i started developing a Tiny Tiny RSS Reader App for N9, N900 (N9 Version without ShareUI) and Jolla and since it does work for me i thought to share it with you guys

It is available at ttrss.cnlpete.de where you will find screenshots and the download link.

Latest Version: v0.4.1

Last edited by cnlpete; 2014-04-18 at 12:18. Reason: edited title
 

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i just posted an update (0.1.4) which includes a nicer icon, properly sorted feeds (they will now use the order defined in the web interface) + some tweaks, available on my site: ttrss.cnlpete.de
 
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I uploaded a new version (0.1.4) of ttrss with a few tiny fixes.
It now has a pretty harmattan/meego styled icon, orders its feed the way the webinterface orders them, added a 'mark all read' button for feeds and added a mark read/unread button to the toolbar of the feeditemView.

Get it at ttrss.cnlpete.de
 
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As I said in your deleted thread, I use meecolay to run ttrss on Maemo thanks to marmistrz new qt-components package, so I would understand that you won't take into account my feedback which may report bugs actually related to meecolay.

I need to be able to do HTTP authentication before accessing my tiny tiny rss server, and tried 2 things:
- put login/password in the server url via the GUI : https://_login:_password@myserver.tld/ttrss/
- put the login/password directly in the http.open function of tinytinyrss.js

both failed, with a returned http status of 0, and there is no connection logged on my http server, which made me think that this may be an issue caused by my self-signed certificate: from what I found, QML returns an ssl error if the certificate is not verified. But i'm completely ignorant in this matter, so I may be completely wrong here.

Anyway, I wrote an issue entry on github about the HTTP authentication, but wanted to wait for any other ideas concerning the self signed certificate issue. Do you have any ?

thanks
 
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As i stated in the issue request, i think this is an issue with the self signed ssl-cert, as i found at least one other guy having the same problem (http://lists.qt.nokia.com/public/qt-...ay/002556.html).
Solving this (or accessing your tinytiny instance on plain http?) the http auth should be easily managable by adding username and password to all the XMLHttpRequest.open statements in tinytinyrss.js.
 
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Does the TT-RSS API (and your app) allow for syncing/offline caching
of content?
 
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I'd really like to get pinch zoom or a way of increasing the font size
 
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Originally Posted by MSameer View Post
I'd really like to get pinch zoom or a way of increasing the font size
done, will be in the next release it is super ugly, because the position will not update when zooming, so it does not 'zoom beneath the fingers', but in the top-left corner instead -.- but it works


Originally Posted by mbanck View Post
Does the TT-RSS API (and your app) allow for syncing/offline caching
of content?
I don't see why the api should forbid me to cache what is already giving me, but since i am currently using js-code which is quite ugly i wanted to reimplement the models in c++ and when doing that also properly caching everything.
 

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Thanks

I don't see a big issue with caching in C++. I guess one can use QNetworkAccessManager and QAbstractNetworkCache and hope it will work
 
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I'm just trying it out in a move to migrate from google-reader to tt-rss and one thing I found with this app I didn't like is it seems I need to press the sort of dot to mark an article read. I would like the option (maybe in settings) to have it mark the article read as I read it like I do in another Meego app I uded on Google Reader or how I have the tt-rss setup to act.

Goodness did you pick a wonderful time to write this app, thank you.
 
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