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Archive for January, 2010
Here is a quick tutorial about how to use the android app PKUDietBook’s Diet Record Management feature. Sorry for the qualify of the video.
Here is a quick tutorial about how to use the android app PKUDietBook’s LowProteinFoodList feature. Sorry for the qualify of the video.
Some of you have run into a invalid username error while using the Diet Record Management function on your mobile device. Please note that, currently, there are two credential settings in the applications, one is for search and one is for diet record upload. There is a default username/password came with the app allowing the basic search function under Low Protein Food List, while the diet record management requires a valid username and password in order to upload your diet records to the www.mypkudiet.com web site so your diet records can only be seen by you. you can register an account on the home page of www.mypkudiet.com. Registered user has many other benefits using the web site from which you can enter additional food record phe/protein/calories facts so that you can use later on your cell phone, or you can run reports on your diet records, etc.
I am planning to consolidate the two credential together, hope to see it in the next version. Thanks!
The latest version 1.5 has been released last night and here are some of the new features:
1. About 3000+ food records based on USDA data are added to the site and can be searched via the mobile device.
2. Food categories filter was added into the search page to better refined one’s search along with keyword.
3. An icon is added for each food on your local low protein food list to indicate whether or not the food data is from USDA, Low Protein Food List book or Personal Recipes.
4. Diet Records manage page now allows Upload function to overwrite a previously uploaded daily diet records on the server side.
5. Other bug fixes.
Let me know what else you would like to see to improve.