A few weeks ago, I launched Yummyplan, a meal planning app for an entire week. But as with every project, its life time has only just started. Here's what's new and what has changed:
Instead of the github.io domain, Yummyplan is now available on https://yummyplan.app/ - easier to memorize and type.
All old links will redirect, but there might be some issues with localStorage not being able to recover your data, so, if you installed the PWA, make sure to download your data in the Settings first.
Also, the settings now offer the option to switch the entire Yummyplan (and its downloads, such as grocery list and meal plan) to OpenDyslexic.
The grocery list now groups items by their category: Fruits, veggies, beverages, meat/fish, baking supplies and some more categories are available. This aims to help users organize their grocery trip even faster.
Also, the grocery list can now be downloaded as PDF, allowing for better sharing or printing.
The grocery list now allows you to tick off items that you don't need to buy (got it at home already, a friend will bring you some of theirs, you expect a delivery with it, ...). Those items are then excluded from the grocery list download to make sure you don't accidentally buy it anyways.
We had the issue ourselves at home: We have nearly 150 different ingredients in our list. Searching those for the one's we need can be tedious, so vue-search-select was added to the app to make adding new meals a little less time-intensive.
There were a few bugs, some of them related to installing the PWA on Firefox, some of them related to the drag&drop feature of the week plan.
User Reaper suggested to use a font that's more subtle and makes the design look a lot nicer. Thank you for this! Also, a Tailwind update and some smaller changes to the frame make the app look "well-rounded" (not in a literal sense, though)
In case you haven't heard about it yet, you can read up a bit more about it here:
I hope that those updates make Yummyplan even more useful. Have a nice weekend and thank you for reading!