We’ve crushed a ton of bugs, and even managed to roll out some new features. The most requested feature of this release is the ability for you to delete a car from your garage (that’s right, we’ve renamed the “dashboard” to “your garage”).
We’ve also polished our validation checking. A user noticed that CarBot barfed when a comma was used when inputting mileage, so we’ve fixed that.
I’d like to announce our biggest update yet. We’ve squished around 40 different bugs, and managed to add in a slew of new features. We’ve introduced features like time based service tracking (i.e. replace your battery every 4 years), as well as custom mileage intervals (get an alert to change your oil every 3333 miles).
As you can tell we’ve rolled out another big update to CarBot.org! This one includes as many visual goodies as it does behind the scenes ones. We’ve incorporated an entirely new look to the site, improved the navigation, perfected our service graphing functions, and updated our mobile compatibility.
CarBot has just rolled out our first update! We’ve stomped out a number of bugs, and found time to add a few things! I won’t bore you with the bug fixes, but I do want to show off our new “Share with others” section.
When you are logged in and editing one of your vehicles, you’ll see a section at the bottom of the page labeled “SHARE WITH OTHERS”. Investigating this section will show provide you a link (along with the code to post it in emails and on other sites) that will take someone to a public version of your maintenance page. Here, other people will be able to see the maintenance that you’ve performed on your car or truck. This is the perfect add on for your for sale listing, or just for bragging rights on your favorite forum.