SportsTracker is an application for recording sporting activities. It is not bound to a specific kind of sport, as categories can be created for all sport types, such as cycling, running, or tennis. The main advantages are the good overview of your exercises and the easy creation of exercise statistics for specific time ranges and sport types. Users of heart rate monitors (Polar and CicloSport) can import, display (including diagrams), and organize the recorded exercise data.
|Tags||Database Information Management Records Management Sport Training|
|Operating Systems||Windows Linux Unix OS Independent Mac OS X|
Release Notes: SportsTracker is now based on Java 8 (must be installed first), and uses all the new features (e.g. Lambdas and the new Date and Time API). The included libraries have been updated to their recent versions; EasyMock for unit tests has been replaced by Mockito. Some translations (French and German) were updated.
Release Notes: The major changes are support for reading and displaying Garmin Forerunner 910XT and Timex Ironman Run Trainer exercise files. The error handling of the exercise parser has been improved, and the Spanish and German translations were updated.
Release Notes: The Overview diagram can now display statistics per sport subtype and per equipment usage. The map viewer component shows tooltips with detailed informations for all recorded track points of your exercises. Mac OS X users can now also use Java WebStart for installation. An OS X app bundle is available too, and it is now 9 MB instead of 67 MB. It requires Java 7 Update 6 or later. Other changes are Calendar and Diagram improvements, bugfixes, refactorings, updated libraries, and translation updates.
Release Notes: This release improves Mac OS X support. The installation on OS X (10.7 required) is now very simple. Just download the archive of the app bundle and move it to your applications folder. Other improvements are the new high resolution application icon, an exercise files check after startup, project and build system updates, and bugfixes for Timex PWX users.
Release Notes: The implementation has switched to Java 7, so all the new language features are in use now. All calendar entries can now be copied to the current date, so entering new entries is done much faster. The context menu for the entries is now available in all views. The GPX exercise parser has been greatly improved, it also supports Garmin Oregon and HOLUX FunTrek devices now. As always, this release also includes other minor changes, bugfixes, refactorings, and translation updates.