Todo items

1. Create a mobile timetable for VTA Light Rail.
2. Expand the application to support more schedules.

3. Add the ability to save a frequently browsed schedule.

4. Recruit people and contact transit agencies to help add timetables and distribute the applications.


4 Responses to “Todo items”

  1. Bob Hays Says:

    I just wrote some Java code to translate the HTML format Chicago Metra schedules into an XML format. I’d like to add them to this tool, but I can’t find the package of materials needed (the build file for example) so I can make up a Blackberry distribution.

    Can you help me get started with this? I’m using a Mac BTW.

  2. Simon Says:

    Hi Bob, I haven’t touched the app for a while. The code in my SVN is an Eclipse project, it also has a build.xml. You will need to update the build.xml to point to paths where you installed your Palm/Blackberry compilers. I’ve been wanting to upload the code to, just never had the time to do it.

    If you want the J2ME app to run on simple cell phones, I wouldn’t put the data into a XML format. The code I have is based on MIDP 1.0, and should support most of the phones/PDAs out there. You just need to convert your schedule into the format I specified and repackage the file.

    Good luck, let me know how it goes.

  3. Florian Says:

    I know it’s a long time since you wrote timetable mobile. But could you upload the code to sourceforge please? I’m interested in your app for my Treo 650 and I would like to have a look at your code. Thank you very much.


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