Version 4.0.4 of GpsTracker has been released with support for SQLite and PostgreSQL!

September 13th, 2015 | Nick Fox

I’m happy to report that the latest version of GpsTracker now supports SQLite and PostgreSQL. This is all due to Brent Fraser, a fellow developer. One of Brent’s areas of expertise is working with databases and he has put quite a lot of work into porting GpsTracker over to these two databases.

Brent has also become the second developer on GpsTracker and we are going to be exploring some new technologies to enhance GpsTracker and make it more valuable to companies. What we want to look at next is using an off the shelf gps device like this that can be permanently installed in a car or truck. We are looking for something that is cheap and reliable and can be easily purchased off of amazon. This will allow small companies to track employees, trucks and other equipment without the unnecessary cost of a cell phone. Buying a SIM and mobile plan will still be required but not having to deal with phones will greatly enhance the usability of GpsTracker for companies.

Once again, I would like to thank Brent for his hard work and welcome him to GpsTracker.