John Kennedy has created a
very nice diagram for aiding in Windows Mobile development. You want
GPS, VOIP, device emulators,
the Home screen,
Telephone API, ... list goes on and on.
If you're making a Windows Mobile application, I highly suggest checking out John's cheat sheet.
If you're a premium member of the XNA's Creator's Club, you now have access to
Garage Game's Torque X and Torque X Builder for free! Previously, this cost $100!
What is Torque X? It is c# based game engine that allows 2D drag and drop game creation! It allows you to make use…
If you like your photos with a unique flare to it, check out
Rasterbator. Matias Arje also has a .Net port of Rasterbator complete with source code.
So what exactly is Rasterbator? It is a program that more or less pixilate your photos but uses circles instead of squares. It…
Chad Hower over at Indy Project has built a tool that will give any presentation that extra bang. A PowerPoint presentation tool. Well, it isn't just any presentation tool, it is a WiiMote.
Grab the source or just the binaries.
WiiKey is powered by the
library that Brian…
When hiding an object, in plain sight may be the best approach.
Steganography accomplishes this task while hiding the "payload". The common form of this encryption is using images as the medium.
Alaa Jebran has created a few examples in Visual Basic to do…
The developers over at Mono group have created Moonlight. What is moonlight? It is an implementation
of Silverlight, which is a cross-platform plug-in that allows .Net programming and a host of other things.
Miguel de Icaza posted some YouTube videos showing off desklets which…
Finally a car that can drive better than my brother! The DARPA driving challenge is now gearing up for urban driving.
The Stanford University car, Junior, just got it's learning permit for basic driving. What does "basic driving" entail? Navigating a 4 way…
Server is running a
contest for the ultimate add-in. $50,000 in prizes can be won! Just got a vacation and want to show the world everything? Write a plug-in that works with Flicker. Think your room is too hot, write a plug-in to monitor the temperature. …
Martin Schray informed about a
MapPoint web service wrapper. The wrapper helps reduce the learning curve of using the MapPoint Web Services and provides an easy way to get up and working almost instantly. No
need to install MapPoint also, you just need an Internet…
If you actually know what I just said, you know it is
Leetspeak. Now if you really want to, Adam Lindsay created LOLCODE. I seriously can't stop laughing at some of the expressions and operators for this "language".
Here is an example for getting a file.