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Project website ltt.rs
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Source code repository https://github.com/inputmice/lttrs-android
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Ltt.rs / Play Store descriptionPortuguese (Brazil)

Committed changes 6 months ago
Proof of concept e-mail (JMAP) client (pronounced \"Letters\"). Makes heavy use of Android Jetpack to be more maintainable than some of the other Android e-mail clients.

Features, and design considerations:

* Heavily cached, but not fully offline capable. Ltt.rs makes use of JMAP’s great caching capabilities. However, marking a thread as read does a round-trip to the server to update things such as read count. The action itself won’t get lost even if performed offline.
* Account setup and done. Settings invite feature creep and its friend unmaintainability. There is one specific work flow. K-9 Mail or FairEmail is more suitable for others.
* Minimal dependencies. Only widely known, highly tested libraries from reputable vendors. Third-party libraries are often of poor quality, and end up unmaintained.
* First class Autocrypt¹. Ltt.rs fits right into its strict UX guidelines.
* Based on jmap-mua, a headless e-mail client, or a library that handles everything an e-mail client would, aside from data storage and UI. There is also lttrs-cli, which uses the same library.
* Looks to Gmail for inspiration in cases of uncertainty.

¹: Planned feature
Cliente de e-mail (JMAP) de prova de conceito de e-mail (pronunciado “Letters”, cartas em inglês). Faz uso pesado do Android Jetpack para ser mais fácil de manter que alguns dos outros clientes de e-mail Android.

Características, e considerações de design:

* Uso pesado de cache, mas não totalmente offline. O Ltt.rs faz uso das grandes capacidades de cache do JMAP. No entanto, marcar um tópico como lido faz uma ida e volta ao servidor para atualizar coisas como a contagem de leitura. A ação em si não se perderá mesmo que seja executada offline.
* Configuração da conta e pronto. As configurações levam ao desvirtuamento do recurso e ao seu amigo: a falta de manutenção. Há um fluxo de trabalho específico. K-9 Mail ou FairEmail é mais adequado para outros.
* Dependências mínimas. Apenas bibliotecas amplamente conhecidas e altamente testadas de fornecedores respeitáveis. Bibliotecas de terceiros são frequentemente de má qualidade, e acabam por não ter manutenção. Apenas bibliotecas amplamente conhecidas e altamente testadas de fornecedores respeitáveis.
* Autocrypt de primeira classe¹. Ltt.rs se encaixa perfeitamente em suas rígidas diretrizes de UX.
* Baseado no jmap-mua, um cliente de e-mail headless, ou uma biblioteca que lida com tudo que um cliente de e-mail deveria lidar, além de armazenamento de dados e interface de usuário. Há também o lttrs-cli, que usa a mesma biblioteca.
* Procura no Gmail inspiração em casos de incerteza.

¹: Característica planejada
6 months ago
Proof of concept e-mail (JMAP) client (pronounced \"Letters\"). Makes heavy use of Android Jetpack to be more maintainable than some of the other Android e-mail clients.

Features, and design considerations:

* Heavily cached, but not fully offline capable. Ltt.rs makes use of JMAP’s great caching capabilities. However, marking a thread as read does a round-trip to the server to update things such as read count. The action itself won’t get lost even if performed offline.
* Account setup and done. Settings invite feature creep and its friend unmaintainability. There is one specific work flow. K-9 Mail or FairEmail is more suitable for others.
* Minimal dependencies. Third party libraries are often of poor quality, and end up unmaintained. Only widely known, highly tested libraries from reputable vendorsOnly widely known, highly tested libraries from reputable vendors. Third-party libraries are often of poor quality, and end up unmaintained.
* First class Autocrypt¹. Ltt.rs fits right into its strict UX guidelines.
* Based on jmap-mua, a headless e-mail client, or a library that handles everything an e-mail client would, aside from data storage and UI. There is also lttrs-cli, which uses the same library.
* Looks to Gmail for inspiration in cases of uncertainty.

¹: Planned feature
6 months ago
Proof of concept e-mail (JMAP) client (pronounced \"Letters\"). Makes heavy use of Android Jetpack to be more maintainable than some of the other Android e-mail clients.

Features, and design considerations:

* Heavily cached, but not fully offline capable. Ltt.rs makes use of JMAP’s great caching capabilities. However, marking a thread as read does a round-trip to the server to update things such as read count. The action itself won’t get lost even if performed offline.
* Account setup and done. Settings invite feature creep and its friend unmaintainability. There is one specific work flow. K-9 Mail or FairEmail is more suitable for others.
* Minimal dependencies. Only widely known, highly tested libraries from reputable vendors. Third-party libraries are often of poor quality, and end up unmaintained.
* First class Autocrypt¹. Ltt.rs fits right into its strict UX guidelines.
* Based on jmap-mua, a headless e-mail client, or a library that handles everything an e-mail client would, aside from data storage and UI. There is also lttrs-cli, which uses the same library.
* Looks to Gmail for inspiration in cases of uncertainty.

¹: Planned feature
Cliente de e-mail (JMAP) de prova de conceito de e-mail (pronunciado “Letters”, cartas em inglês). Faz uso pesado do Android Jetpack para ser mais fácil de manter que alguns dos outros clientes de e-mail Android.

Características, e considerações de design:

* Uso pesado de cache, mas não totalmente offline. O Ltt.rs faz uso das grandes capacidades de cache do JMAP. No entanto, marcar um tópico como lido faz uma ida e volta ao servidor parao atualizar coisas como a contagem de leitura. A ação em si não se perderá mesmo que seja executada offline.
* Configuração da conta e pronto. As configurações levam ao desvirtuamento do recurso e ao seu amigo: a falta de manutenção. Há um fluxo de trabalho específico. K-9 Mail ou FairEmail é mais adequado para outros.
* Dependências mínimas. Bibliotecas de terceiros são frequentemente de má qualidade, e acabam por não ter manutenção. Apenas bibliotecas amplamente conhecidas e altamente testadas de fornecedores respeitáveis.
* Autocrypt de primeira classe¹. Ltt.rs se encaixa perfeitamente em suas rígidas diretrizes de UX.
* Baseado no jmap-mua, um cliente de e-mail headless, ou uma biblioteca que lida com tudo que um cliente de e-mail deveria lidar, além de armazenamento de dados e interface de usuário. Há também o lttrs-cli, que usa a mesma biblioteca.
* Procura no Gmail inspiração em casos de incerteza.

¹: Característica planejada
6 months ago
Proof of concept e-mail (JMAP) client (pronounced \"Letters\"). Makes heavy use of Android Jetpack to be more maintainable than some of the other Android e-mail clients.

Features, and design considerations:

* Heavily cached, but not fully offline capable. Ltt.rs makes use of JMAP’s great caching capabilities. However, marking a thread as read does a round-trip to the server to be update things such as read count. The action itself won’t get lost even if performed offline.
* Account setup and done. Settings invite feature creep and its friend unmaintainability. There is one specific work flow. K-9 Mail or FairEmail is more suitable for others.
* Minimal dependencies. Third party libraries are often of poor quality, and end up unmaintained. Only widely known, highly tested libraries from reputable vendors.
* First class Autocrypt¹. Ltt.rs fits right into its strict UX guidelines.
* Based on jmap-mua, a headless e-mail client, or a library that handles everything an e-mail client would, aside from data storage and UI. There is also lttrs-cli, which uses the same library.
* Looks to Gmail for inspiration in cases of uncertainty.

¹: Planned feature
6 months ago
* Very rudimentary email reading capabilities (plain text only, no attachments)
* Archiving, flagging, marking as read and unread
* Drafting emails (no quoting)
* Capacidades muito rudimentares de leitura de e-mail (apenas texto simples, sem anexos)
* Arquivar, assinalar, marcar como lido e não lido
* Criação de rascunho de e-mails (sem citação)
6 months ago
various small bug fixes
várias pequenas correções de bugs
6 months ago
* Tweak colors
* Fixed memory leaks
* Ajuste nas cores
* Corrigidos vazamentos de memória
6 months ago
Proof of concept e-mail (JMAP) client (pronounced \"Letters\"). Makes heavy use of Android Jetpack to be more maintainable than some of the other Android e-mail clients.

Features, and design considerations:

* Heavily cached, but not fully offline capable. Ltt.rs makes use of JMAP’s great caching capabilities. However, marking a thread as read does a round-trip to the server to update things such as read count. The action itself won’t get lost even if performed offline.
* Account setup and done. Settings invite feature creep and its friend unmaintainability. There is one specific work flow. K-9 Mail or FairEmail is more suitable for others.
* Minimal dependencies. Only widely known, highly tested libraries from reputable vendors. Third-party libraries are often of poor quality, and end up unmaintained.
* First class Autocrypt¹. Ltt.rs fits right into its strict UX guidelines.
* Based on jmap-mua, a headless e-mail client, or a library that handles everything an e-mail client would, aside from data storage and UI. There is also lttrs-cli, which uses the same library.
* Looks to Gmail for inspiration in cases of uncertainty.

¹: Planned feature
Cliente de e-mail (JMAP) de prova de conceito de e-mail (pronunciado “Letters”, cartas em inglês). Faz uso pesado do Android Jetpack para ser mais fácil de manter que alguns dos outros clientes de e-mail Android.

Características, e considerações de design:

* Uso pesado de cache, mas não totalmente offline. O Ltt.rs faz uso das grandes capacidades de cache do JMAP. No entanto, marcar um tópico como lido faz ida e volta ao servidor ao atualizar coisas como a contagem de leitura. A ação em si não se perderá mesmo que seja executada offline.
* Configuração da conta e pronto. As configurações levam ao desvirtuamento do recurso e ao seu amigo: a falta de manutenção. Há um fluxo de trabalho específico. K-9 Mail ou FairEmail é mais adequado para outros.
* Dependências mínimas. Bibliotecas de terceiros são frequentemente de má qualidade, e acabam por não ter manutenção. Apenas bibliotecas amplamente conhecidas e altamente testadas de fornecedores respeitáveis.
* Autocrypt de primeira classe¹. Ltt.rs se encaixa perfeitamente em suas rígidas diretrizes de UX.
* Baseado no jmap-mua, um cliente de e-mail headless, ou uma biblioteca que lida com tudo que um cliente de e-mail deveria lidar, além de armazenamento de dados e interface de usuário. Há também o lttrs-cli, que usa a mesma biblioteca.
* Procura no Gmail inspiração em casos de incerteza.

¹: Característica planejada
6 months ago
Simple and maintainable Android e-mail client
Cliente de e-mail Android simples e de fácil manutenção
6 months ago
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