My First Glassware, QSL Query, is in Production!

QSL Query

My first Google Glass app, QSL Query, is now available for use! Its purpose is to look up USA-based amateur (“ham”) radio call signs using the FCC database, and returning the address information associated with those callsigns. This information is often used by ham radio operators to complete QSL cards to acknowledge contact via amateur radio.

When using this application, the call sign information can be shared via email, Google+, and Facebook.  Twitter sharing does not yet work properly, as the information returned exceeds 140 characters.

This Glassware was written using Go (also known as “golang”), an open source programming language originally developed at Google in 2007.

QSL Query

Delete Timeline Item Function in all Google Glass Quick Start Projects

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The team at Google working on the Google Glass Quick Start projects have accepted the rest of my code changes and merged all of my remaining pull requests into the other four projects!  The button to delete individual timeline items is now available in the projects for all currently available languages:

Merge Request Accepted for Google Glass Starter Project!

Github Merge Request Accepted!

An update on my Google Glass post from this morning:

I submitted a pull request to include my code into the Go Quick Start Project and they merged it into Google’s master branch!

So if you download the Go version of the project now, it will include this code. I have submitted similar pull requests for the Python, Java, PHP, and .NET versions as well and am awaiting acceptance for those.

Github Merge Request Accepted!