17 Nov 2015 - Reports, Neptune Theme, Notifications On Overspeed
I am pleased to announce a new major release. The main big features here:
- neptune theme (looks like the current theme of original traccar web UI 3.x)
- redesign of the application menu - added navigation bar at the top
- new notification event type ‘Overspeed’
Also there were several minor features added:
- possibility to display contents of
wrapper.logfile. Previously it was only possible to view contents of “backend” server log only (file named
- now polygon geo-fence is selected by default. This is to avoid confustion between the ‘line’ and ‘polygon’ types, which produced lots of questions and misunderstandings because ‘line’ was the default selection.
- offline devices detection now should be much more lightweight and scalable since it will not scan all posted offline events
- redesigned ‘Import’ screen, which now contains the drop-down list to select destination device. Previously it took device selection from the ‘Archive’ toolbar. I believe now Import is more convenient.
- other events (geo-fence enter/exit, maintenace, overspeed) calculation was slightly rewritten, which should make it both more lightweight and extensible in future
- updated spanish translation (thanks to Miguel Abad)
- updated french translation (thanks to toshdi github user and Igor)
- updated hungarian translation (thanks to Balogh Zoltán)
- added greek translation (thanks to gsiotas github user)
- added new settings to the device profile:
- ‘Min. idle time’ - used to calculate device status both in live data and on reports. Device will not be considered idle until it’s speed is less than the defined value for the specified duration
- ‘Speed limit’ - used to produce ‘Overspeed’ events/notifications and for reports calculation
- skip logging of error when unauthenticated user opens web UI (#289)
- #324 - when multiple devices tracks are drawn on map the style of the last loaded track was overriding styles of all existing tracks
- snap to roads function was not working when current user locale uses number format with comma as the decimal separator
Also there are two more major things related to the project:
1) I have updated NetBeans project setup instructions. Now anyone should be able to run project from that IDE.
2) The translations are now reside on transifex project. Everyone interested in updating existing/submitting new translations are welcome to the web site. Of course, it is still possible to send translations as the text files by email. But the project on transifex is the preferred and I believe simpler way to help with translation.