My train time table application TrainTimes has been updated to potentially show the times of up to 30 trains.
If their is more than 10 trains a button is displayed allowing up to another 10 trains and if over 20 trains 2 buttons are available.
The buttons are called page 2 and page 3 also another button is available called refresh which redownloads the time table.
This application requires Wget a working internet connection with the data coming from Transport API site.
I have made some improvements to my train station time table application TrainTimes.
- If the train is late it is marked in red with how many minutes late
- If the train is early it is marked in blue with how many minutes
- If you move or resize a window it remembers
- Slight layout change to the station time table
- On train time table all station details on one line
- Your station marked in red on train time table
As an aid to my to my Train Times application TrainTimes I have uploaded a csv file called stations.
The inspiration for the csv file was the Riscository article on TrainTimes.
I have uploaded a new application called TrainTimes which displays up to the next eight trains for a particular UK train station.
To get the information you need the three letter station code, to make this easier I have created a datapower file called Station, which you can read about here.
Also by clicking on the Time table for train… button shows the stations and times for that train.
This application requires Wget and a working internet connection.
The data comes from Transport API site.
To aid a new application I’m in the middle of writing I have created a DataPower file called Station
Which list UK train stations and their 3 letter station code.
The data comes from a csv file from Network rail website