If you don’t know what XSLT is and how to use it, go away. This here is not for you.
Here’s another weekend-project. Actually it’s more an “interface study”, but a fully functional calculator app. It is all based around the thought: why does the “Calculator” app on my computer still look like a hardware pocket calculator from the 1950’s? Why doesn’t it render the formula like a proper formula editor? Why can’t I enter […]
Here’s another project I’m working on: The Unicode Character Map – a small but (hopefully) useful tool to view all available Unicode characters.
This program backs up any REALbasic project file in regular intervalls, so you can easily go back to a previous version if necessary. Since this has proven to be quite handy even for some other files (Photoshop works well!), I spiced it up a bit and made it public.
Ever got letter soup and don’t know how to clean it up? TextConverter offers an easy and user friendly interface to your Macintosh’s text encoding converter functions. Additionally, it features an html-entity converter and an option to define your own custom encoding.
This is a simple Mac-like port of the U*ix “fortune” command line tool. It includes the original fortune database so there’s no lack of geeky saying for every day.