Automatically track applications usage and working time.
With Tockler you can go back in time and see what you were working on. You can get information on what apps were used - exactly at what time - and what title the application had at that moment. This is enough to determine how much you did something.
Track how you spent your time on a computer.
Tockler tracks active applications usage and computer state. It records active application titles. It tracks idle, offline, and online state. You can see this data with a nice interactive timeline chart.
Analyze your computer usage
See you total online time today, yesterday, or any other day. In monthly calendar views and with charts.
Tockler needs YOUR support. Currently, every expense is coming from my pocket.
It would be awesome if this project would keep itself alive from donations.
Tockler is free to download and use.
Theme by StyleStack.com
Feel free to make feature requests by creating a issue and 'Star' this project.
By default, tockler writes logs to the following locations:
git clone https://github.com/Maygo/tockler.git # Download this project npm install yarn -g # install yarn or binary from https://yarnpkg.com
Renderer and main process builds have been separated. It's easier to boilerplate this project and switch client framework.
React client (renderer)
cd client/ yarn install # Install dependencies yarn start
cd electron/ yarn install # Install dependencies yarn start
Build scripts samples are in travis/appveyor files.
Testing MAS build
In electron-builder.yml replace type: development provisioningProfile: development.provisionprofile
https://4sysops.com/archives/sign-your-powershell-scripts-to-increase-security/' in powershell as admin
$cert = Get-ChildItem -Path Cert:\CurrentUser\My -CodeSigningCert Set-AuthenticodeSignature -FilePath '.\app\get-foreground-window-title.ps1' -Certificate $cert
To generate SNAP_TOKEN run
snapcraft export-login --snaps=tockler --acls=package_upload,channel --channels=stable -
Copy output and Add SNAP_TOKEN to travis environment variables.
In travis we have:
echo "$SNAP_TOKEN" | snapcraft login --with -
while installing electron deps: electron-builder Error: Unresolved node modules: ref
Quick fix: ELECTRON_BUILDER_ALLOW_UNRESOLVED_DEPENDENCIES=true yarn
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