I have just started the development of my next Android app. The working title is Actions for Notes. It will be a for free Android app.
The app will be able to synchronize ToDos with Lotus Notes/Domino. You will be able to work with ToDos offline on an Android device.
It is going to be a long time before a beta will be available I am afraid. My first shot at the app made it extremely visible to me how a proper Object Oriented Java application is so much easy to maintain. I tried to re-use large chunks of code from Braindump to Notes, but that code was such a mess that I just could not use it in my new app.
The Actions for Notes app will probably have about double the code size of Braindump, and I would not be able to maintain the overview building on Classes that were extremely coupled and with not very well defined jobs.
No, I will have to revert to the Objects First principles. So I am now in the process of building an Action Class, an ActionList Class and then feeding those xml from ReadViewEntries. Very far from a nice UI. This is very very basic stuff that just has to work properly before I even start to build a UI.
I don't code Java in my daily work So it's slow going, having to read up on everything but the most basic Java Classes. SAX parsing for instance.
Here is a mockup of what i imagine the UI is going to be like. Very basic:
At the top you can select which Category to display. Below it you see which ToDos are in the selected category.
Long-pressing a ToDo will let you edit it.