Gunning for Launch

It’s been awhile since we updated the blog.  Here’s what we’ve been up to.

We are working towards sun-setting Nirvana 1, bringing everyone over to Nirvana 2. As soon as we’ve confirmed that all of our i’s are dotted and t’s are crossed, new users will land directly in N2. Existing N1 users will also land in N2 on login, with all of their N1 data automatically migrated over. For users with both N1 and N2 account data we’ll provide a way to choose which data to keep.

We are busy implementing those last few features from N1 that have not yet been brought to N2, such as Daily Emails Pokes and the Tag Cloud.

We will also be removing the need for an invite code during signup.  (yay!)   No more delays between signing up and getting in.

On the native mobile apps front, we are happy with what we’ve seen so far with our chosen framework (titanium), which will allow us to leverage the bulk of our existing code base (written in javascript) while still providing native device UI and performance. We’re targeting (key word there being target) late summer / early fall for initial release. More on this in future posts.

So, Montreal is in full F1 Grand Prix mode… people are pouring into the streets… summer is in the air… Enjoy the weekend everyone.

 

Comments

10 Comments on Gunning for Launch

  1. Jan on Sat, 11th Jun 2011 4:42 pm
  2. Thanks for good new, I am looking forward to use N2 :-) Any update on tool for possible remigration from N1 to N2?

  3. Percy on Sun, 12th Jun 2011 6:41 pm
  4. Thanks for the updates! Really looking forawrd to a native app for ipad/iphone. Any hint on when it will be released? (no pressure tho)

  5. Mauro Minenna on Mon, 13th Jun 2011 3:16 am
  6. +1 for this.
    It’d be great to move to N2 now.

  7. DCB on Mon, 13th Jun 2011 11:57 am
  8. Thanks for the hard work. We’ve got an amazing program here.

    Good to hear about Montreal’s Days. Wish we could be there to enjoy them!

  9. Marius on Tue, 14th Jun 2011 10:18 am
  10. Great news! When do you expect that remigration will be possible? Would like to move over to N2 when possible but I do need to be able to move over my data first.

  11. Proximo on Fri, 17th Jun 2011 10:59 am
  12. Great news on going live soon. I assume the name will be simply “Nirvana” when all this happens.

  13. Felipe Alvarez on Sun, 19th Jun 2011 6:58 pm
  14. Congratulations!

  15. Victor Hooi on Sun, 19th Jun 2011 10:04 pm
  16. heya,

    Awesome stuff, looking very forward to it =).

    Any word on whether the text-editing bug on Android has been fixed?

    Basically, if you try to edit a text field in Nirvana using the Android browser, it scrolls down, hiding the text input box, making it nigh-impossible to actually edit any text boxes on Android.

    I mean, Nirvana is still good for viewing things on Android, but it’d be nice if editing text also worked as well =).

    Cheers,
    Victor

  17. Marius on Tue, 21st Jun 2011 5:08 am
  18. When do you expect this will be launched?

  19. Mauro Minenna on Fri, 8th Jul 2011 12:08 pm
  20. Any further update on this? Counting out time!!!

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