Perth Trains – Live Departures ported to Sailfish

I’m pleased to announce that “Perth Trains” has been ported to Sailfish OS, using Silica QML components.

The app provides a simple way to view ‘live’ departure times of train services across Perth. Versions for MeeGo Harmattan and Maemo 5 are also available.

Perth Trains - Live Departures for Sailfish: Station List Perth Trains - Live Departures for Sailfish: Subiaco

I’m very much looking forward to tomorrow’s announcement from Jolla as to what the N9’s successor might look like!

Source code is hosted on github.

Perth Trains – Live Departures for Nokia N9 (MeeGo 1.2 Harmattan)

Thanks to Nokia for providing me with a N950 MeeGo 1.2 Harmattan developer device. I’ve now ported my Maemo application to PySide/QML, and a preview release of Perth Trains (v0.1) is ready.

This application provides a simple interface to check the ‘live’ departure times of train services across the metropolitan area of Perth, Western Australia.

The application can be installed by downloading the deb package.

Any feedback is most welcome. The application uses Python/Qt (PySide/QML). The project homepage and source code can be found at: https://github.com/mattaustin/fremantleline.

Fremantle Line: Transperth Trains Live Departure Boards for N900 and Ubuntu

I have been playing around with pygtk (python and GTK), and have managed to come up with something resembling an app to provide live departure times for Transperth trains:
Perth Train Departure Board
I’ve named “Fremantle Line” after Maemo 5’s codename, Fremantle. It is also the destination of one of Perth’s 5 train lines.

It also works in portrait mode:

It is primarily intended for the Maemo 5 platform on the Nokia N900, but will also run under Ubuntu:

Still needs plenty of work, but I am finding it quite useful while out and about in Perth.