Today i talked about creating apps for mobiles with a colleague.
I made me wonder what programming IDE i’ve used in the past.
Things i’ve made:
clog killer – a game application i made while working at a job. It was the name of a process on our servers we all hated. It was slow and messed up your terminal.
Webled – have to install this one again, to see what its purpose was 🙂
Whistle hole calculator – When making your own tinwhistle/lowwhistle you had to calculate diameters and positions. I will make another post about this.
Made a Multiple-Choice Quiz tool, for learning Iai-do positions/terminology. (Japanese Martial Arts – See other posts)
A iscp Onkyo controller (see post about my web controller)
And mobile applications using html5, php, css3 and jquery mobile
App ideas, not started or not completed:
Game for blind people (Or people who are bored out of their skull going to meetings) It involves a evolving maze game on a black screen, you have to remember the way. Hitting a wall, buzzz .. dead, start all over again. So you can hold your phone under the table or behind your back. (Black screen and no sound, just the little vibrating thinghy.)
New way to select app’s using a widget.
Pull down search game. (Have to look at the source again, i forgot what i did)
Downloads and screenshots:
I’ll post more/better examples
Reversed engineered a tool found on a ‘hackers’ phone. Apparently it was a security test setup nobody was aware of. I was able to find urls and domains where some call-home functionality was involved.
I’ve create my own bww/bwm to parsons code convertor. Rest of the website is php, mysql … first one started in 2001 using php3, until php7.
PARSONS CODE: OMG, you don’t know how long I have been waiting for a search engine to find tunes in my head. I thought about creating some kind of dictionary based on theme notes, or searching through bww files for sequences. What a thrill to find your site. I just hum a tune, use the up, down, repeat letters and… like magic the title is found. You are a genius. I will never be stumped for a title again. Thanks so much, John
Other successes i’ve heard of are: 2 Youtube movies being identified, a nameless bww file and mp3’s
Mail from Dave:
My name is Dave Mason. I put a few tunes together a few years ago called "Tummle Yer Wilkies" which, I see, gets mention on your website. However, I see that you're not sure where people can access the tunes.
Well, the book is free to download from https://sites.google.com/site/tummleyerwilkies/home and I hope to have volume 2, "Tummle Yer Wilkies Too!" uploaded in the near future.
NEW - Palm version by Andreas Joebges (updated)
Added stuff changed software
Added parts in booklist and search.
Additions to www.drumscoresearch.org
Many additions by: Chris MacKnight
Palm version by Andreas Joebges
Added index send by : Henning
sat 14 feb: Installed DB on macbumm's site
sun 15 feb: Made some changes, limit search and layout
Removed own collections from DB
Expanded statspage with jig/hornp/march/etc.
mon 16 feb: Imported College of Piping index i got from Ralf .. (thanks!)
Imported Irish Tunes for Warpipe
Added Log, Fixed Members Login for edit purposes
tue 17 feb: Layout, testing new functions
wed 18 feb: Imported Bagpipe Music - John MacFadyen
thu 19 feb: Uploaded some Book Covers,
programmed a export-to-xls function, so you can use the
DB data yourself (bottom of booklist pages)
Imported Gordon Highlanders Vol 1
sat 21 feb: Fixed m?c and l*ken search
Imported Gordon Highlanders Vol 2
Added AKA search
Old search request stays in search field
Added some covers
mon 23 feb: Fixed bookcover popup
Imported Mark Saul Vol I
Uploaded Mark Saul Cover II and changed faulty cover other Vol
Bookinfo added ISBN, Price, etc. Suggestion i got by Email
Uploaded Queens Own Highlanders The Pipers Day
Imported Seaforth Highlanders - Standard Settings
thu 26 feb: DB cleanup
Imported Donald MacLeod vol 1 2 and 4
fri 27 feb: 1st editor assigned - Henny Barnhoorn
sat 28 feb: Imported Vol 5 and 6 Donald MacLeod
sun 29 feb: CD Information added
2nd editor - Coline Gerritsen
mon 01 feb: Added CDs .. Thanks Coline
Gordon Highlanders Book 1 checked/added/etc. by Henny .. thanks
CD displaying code changed
Imported Robert Mathieson Book 4 (now over 4000 tunes in DB!)
fri 05 mar: Added CDs
Altered ShowCD Code
sun 07 mar: Imported some books (NOW 50!)
Henny Completed reediting Gordon Highlanders Vol2
Add MP3 clip code in cdinfo
mon 08 mar: Imported book
Fixed image caching for faulty browsers
Search finds composers also
Fixed Menu structure
tue 09 mar: Added link under advanced search - find ALL harmonies. :)
wed 10 mar: Added book with cover + MP3 sample
thu 11 mar: Imported Piob. CD
Added edit icon help
fri 12 mar: Find tunes on CD in beta test .. :)
(click search -> advanced .. enter a keyword, mark the media
checkbox and click search .. CDs found at bottom of page .. :)
sat 13 mar: Imported another filled-in cd-template :)
Added some covers
wed 17 mar: Added 15 Piobaireachd Society Volumes
sat 20 mar: Added 3 CD's
tue 23 mar: Added several books (5166 tunes now!) Thanks John
thu 25 mar: Changed code, checked book, imported book
tue 30 mar: Uploaded covers, edited book (Murray Blairs) and added books
tue 06 apr: Uploaded Covers, Added books, Changed code
sat 17 apr: Imported some books, added parts to export-excell
(will be in search later)
Henny checked/edited some books
tue 20 apr: Imported books, testing query caching for speed improvement.
(yes getting kindda large .. this thingy)
thu 22 apr: 100! BOOKs!
Added book, covers e.t.c.
sun 11 jul: Added Battlefield Book (thanx Markus)
mon 11 jan: Added 2 books (thanx again Markus)
HackRF One from Great Scott Gadgets is a Software Defined Radio peripheral capable of transmission or reception of radio signals from 1 MHz to 6 GHz. Designed to enable test and development of modern and next generation radio technologies, HackRF One is an open source hardware platform that can be used as a USB peripheral or programmed for stand-alone operation.
1 MHz to 6 GHz operating frequency
up to 20 million samples per second
8-bit quadrature samples (8-bit I and 8-bit Q)
compatible with GNU Radio, SDR#, and more
software-configurable RX and TX gain and baseband filter
software-controlled antenna port power (50 mA at 3.3 V)
SMA female antenna connector
SMA female clock input and output for synchronization
convenient buttons for programming
internal pin headers for expansion
Hi-Speed USB 2.0
open source hardware
I’ve got dvb alternative below now. Hackrf cannot be bought anymore
ALTAIR 8800 EMULATOR KIT
The Altair 8800 is a microcomputer designed in 1974 and based on the intel 8080 CPU. Using only switches to program and leds for output. Even my DIY build computer has a hex keyboard input and 7segments display.
Omnicharge 20+ Usb C Wireless Power Bank 20,000mAh Power Delivery 3.0 + Quick Charge 3.0
You can use this as a mobile soldering station using a TS100 soldering iron.
Rigol Oscilloscope DS1054
SDCard reader for C64 and other commodore machines
Got this one now, superb. Will post about this
Tv Stick Dab Fm Dvb-t RTL2832 R820T Sdr RTL-SDR Dongle Stick Digitale Tv Tuner Ontvanger TVSDVBS816
Update : got this one, review later on.
Clear case for amiga and tank mouse
"If something is worth doing, it's worth overdoing."