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Some markers for where aliyot started were in the wrong place, so those are now fixed.
Also, you'll notice that the white background isn't quite as white, and the black text isn't quite as black. This reduced contrast should improve reading comfort, as it's not as harsh.
Jumping to a specific parsha is now much easier.
The list of parshiyot is now grouped in columns by each sefer (on desktop), which improves the ability to scan for the parsha of choice.
There's also a search bar that makes it really easy to find the right parsha with just a few keystrokes – it supports fuzzy search, which means you only need to get some letters in the right order, and you'll probably find what you're looking for with just a few letters. You can even search in Hebrew with the same fuzziness! Check it out:
We've also added some analytics tracking to help understand how readers use tikkun.io. This will help us know how to improve the app in the future.
Clicking on a parsha now jumps the start of the parsha to the middle of the window, instead of [possibly] the start of the parsha being off-screen.
Additionally, the start of each parsha is now marked with the actual parsha name, instead of just "ראשון".
This release adds a tooltip to teach you to hold Shift in order to quickly toggle between the Chumash side and the Torah side.
I've also added in some meta description which should hopefully show a reasonable Google search result.
Introducing the redesigned tikkun.io!
This release sports a cleaner design, introduces infinite-scrolling for more natural navigation, and makes for a usable mobile experience.
- [ADDED] Google Analytics is now being used to check page visits
- [ADDED] Some unit tests and end-to-end tests were added