Apologue's UI has changed in various ways over the last year. When it started, it was basically a single screen and only worked on iPad. I later reworked it, breaking things up to make it usable on iPhone. But I'm reaching the limits in the current model.
Earlier this month I began work on a revamped UI. It retains some significant similarities, but the changes should make things more maintainable going forward. It'll also hopefully help improve the workflow on larger screen devices (iPhone 6 Plus and iPad).
On the larger screen devices (in landscape modes) the project list will be displayed. The right pane will display the various views (edit, results, internals, and documentation). On smaller screen devices, the project list will be displayed first, then switch over to the other views once a project is selected.
This is still under development. It'll be a while (likely late May or early June) before this is ready for use, but I think it'll be very helpful going forward.
The UI updates will eventually be brought to Retro as well. This will take longer though. Since Apologue only supports iOS 8 and later it can leverage updates to UIKit that aren't available to Retro (which supports iOS 7 as well). I'll have to consider what to do when iOS 9 is released. Do I need to keep iOS 7 support at that point, or would it make sense to push the minimum version forward to 8?