|Posted on August 23, 2014 at 9:00 AM||comments (0)|
Head on over to http://www.10101software.com to see the new digs!
I probably won't delete this website any time soon so all the downloads will be avaialable for the foreseeable future.
|Posted on November 22, 2011 at 7:15 PM||comments (3)|
I just started a week-long break from school so I decided to finish XDB (X Database), a lightweight database solution for REALbasic developers. Check out the Developer Tools page for more details.
P.S. I have discontinued development on XPrefs, please use XDB Light as a replacement.
|Posted on August 31, 2011 at 9:00 PM||comments (0)|
First I want to get product announcments out of the way, then we can get to other, more different topics.
Dock Clock 3 development is going very slowly. I have been running into problems with the large nober of options. I am thinking of rewriting a lot of the data handling systems becuase I don't think it makes for expansion. On the other hand there will be many more gorgeous presets included!
Podcast Assistant 1.6.3 is being reviewed for the Mac App Store right now. Windows and Linux versions will be available when the mac version passes it's review. This version fixes indentation, an XML error, and a bug that caused a crash when the last edited file was moved.
iFactor is a new product that I will be introducing on the Mac app store and on Windows. It is a multiplication board game that is actually quite addicting. It can also be used as an educational tool. More details about that in the future.
XPrefs 1.6.6 will be released as soon as I find time to finish the Developer Tools page. It will be a place for me to put all my tiny utilities that I make for my development process that other developers might want. For instance I could never decide on SKU numbers for my apps in the Mac App Store so I decided to write an SKU generator. My SKU numbers are generated from a 64-bit hash of the application's unique identifier. I will be releasing that app on the dev tools page as well. Oh, and all the developer tools will be free!
Aaaalright, now to the more exciting stuff.
I have been working on Fragmented Galaxy again but from a different angle. I actually drew up some desgn docs and have a road map for development. I already have a very nice OpenGL game engine set up and it even generates galaxies of stars. (I am adding planets next) While it is only 2D right now, It will progress to 3D when the economy, world building, and data handling all check out.
As a final note I have been listening to this a lot recently.
Thanks for reading,
|Posted on July 10, 2011 at 8:16 PM||comments (0)|
I switched the main page for 10101 Software to this blog instead of the previous staic page. This will allow you to post directly to the front page and I won't have to post big news items twice.
|Posted on July 10, 2011 at 7:55 PM||comments (2)|
XPrefs 1.6.4 went live just a few minutes ago! Download here!
Version 1.6.4 -- (July 10, 2011)
[NEW] Added SaveAlertWait as Double for long save times
[NEW] Added XPrefsSaving as Window for long save times
[NEW] Added LastErrorCode as Integer in case something goes wrong
[NEW] Added error code constants in case something goes wrong
[NEW] Added Access as Semaphore for multithreading
[NEW] Replaced slow string processor with RegEx for speed reasons
[FIX] Optimized portions of the code
[FIX] Changed scope of many methods, properties, and constants
[FIX] Corrupt preferences no longer crash XPrefs
[FIX] Fixed a KeyNotFoundException
Keep sending me suggestions!
|Posted on June 25, 2011 at 1:57 AM||comments (2)|
My trusty preferences solution from Dreystone Software finally died today with the release of Real Studio 2011r2. So I decided to make my own preference file solution that makes plain-text XML plist documents. I also decided to make it free! I call it XPrefs.
Download an example project with XPrefs module included here. (this example also comes with the awesome color well that I made) If you have any suggestions, improvements, or questions just leave a comment!
This new preferences solution should clear up the errors that some people got when launching Dock Clock 3.
I hope you are having a great summer!
|Posted on April 12, 2011 at 2:41 PM||comments (2)|
|Posted on March 23, 2011 at 1:49 PM||comments (0)|
Good news everyone! Dock Clock is available on the Mac App Store! The reason I haven't been blogging much is because Dock clock was in review so there was nothing to report.
I do have news on the final GUI though. Have a screenshot:
Notice that I got rid of the drag and drop elements list on the left. I realized that it was a very clunky interface. Now the elements can be enabled via a checkbox in the editor.
So go out and get it and support 10101 Software!
Thanks for your support!