Agility Record Book is a free and open source program for tracking your dog's progress in a variety of agility venues. (Though I do ask that you make a donation to a local animal shelter or rescue group).
Currently Supported Venues:
- AAC Agility Association of Canada
- ADAA Agility Dog Association of Australia (pending, could use some help completing it)
- AKC American Kennel Club
- ASCA Australian Shepherd Club of America
- CKC Canadian Kennel Club
- CKCSC Cavalier King Charles Spaniel Club
- CPE Canine Performance Events
- DOCNA Dogs On Course in North America
- FCI Fédération Cynologique Internationale
- NADAC North American Dog Agility Council
- SCC Société Centrale Canine
- TDAA Teacup Dogs Agility Association
- UKC United Kennel Club
- UKI UK Agility International
- USDAA United States Dog Agility Association
- VALOR Virtual Agility League
Note: I can really use some help when rules change. Just send me a note. Or if you're adventuresome, modify the configuration in the program and send me a copy of that. (Or submit a pull request!) In some cases, the program won't be able to support what is needed - but we can fix that!
Agility Record Book started as a humble Excel spreadsheet, but that quickly grew too complicated since I wanted it to automatically calculate many things. And with all the rule differences between the venues, the macros were complex and data entry was a pain! Thus AgilityBook was born on December 28, 2002. With the help of many people in the Groups.io discussion group, various options were debated, added, and tested. In July of 2003, I officially released the source code into the public domain on Source Forge. This was then moved to GitHub at the end of December 2017.
Agility Record Book currently supports:
- Windows Windows 7 and higher (32/64 bit)
- MaxOS 10.7 and higher (64 bit)
The binaries for the platforms above can be found in Releases.
In theory, it should be able to be compiled on any platform that is supported by wxWidgets. Caveat: ARB requires a C++11 compliant compiler due to fmt. See Readme-Build.txt for more information on building the source code.
[MIT License] (https://github.com/dconnet/AgilityBook/blob/master/License.txt)