✩ Just The Source
You’re welcome to download and use the source described on this page, subject to the License Agreement. I'm going to assume you're a software developer and can figure this stuff out for yourself. It's terribly difficult to provide support for something I'm giving away. I hope you can understand that?
If you choose to accept the mission of using the source I wish you luck, and I'd love to hear from you, the good and the bad, hopefully more good than bad? Please drop me a line (firstname.lastname@example.org) to let me know what you're using along with information about your application. I'll add you to my list of applications using this code.
I'd also appreciate constructive criticism. I do have a desire to keep this code as fresh as possible, and make it pass the Professional Developer sniff test. Translation: I want developers to use this code, that's the whole point. So, if you see something that doesn't look correct, or would like to share a swell technique, I'm all ears. Thanks!
✩ RFRddMe - An Objective-C Wrapper for the Readability Shortener Service.
RFRddMe is a simple Objective-C wrapper library for the Readability Shortener Service.
NOTE: RFRddMe depends on ASIHTTPRequest and JSONKit, which are included as 'git submodules'. Pulling the code for RFRddMe should pull everything you need to build the library.
Please read the license agreement before you start using RFRddMe.
Last Updated: November 19, 2011
Keywords: Cocoa, Objective-C, Mac OSX, iOS, Readability Shortener Service, Readability API, Source, Open Source, BSD.
✩ ACLWin - A thin Win32 Class Library
ACLWin is something I created many moons ago, think 1993-94, when I was learning C++. At the time I was at Visio and I was in Windows API mode. I was a new Windows developer, just picking up the Windows API and C++ all at the same time. I needed a project to learn C++ so I started with wrapping the Windows Dialog API's. That lead to wrapping other things, which lead to this teeny, tiny, library. Over the years I've dragged this library from job to job and it's proven useful for various utility applications. There are some classes that I've misplaced over time as well. As I find those I hope to add them to the collection.
Please read the license agreement before you start using ACLWin. You'll also find a copy with the source, LICENSE.txt.
Last Updated: June 27, 2011
Keywords: Win32 Wrapper, Simple Class Library, Source, Open Source, BSD.
✩ P8 - A ping.fm Engine [Objective-C, Cocoa, Mac, and iPhone/iPod Touch]
P8 provides an easy way to work with ping.fm, and you, the developer, provide P8 with a delegate used to communicate ping.fm results back to you. Pretty simple.
When you download P8 here's what you're getting.
- P8 Classes for communicating with ping.fm.
- A test project, called, strangely enough, P8.
- A test application that illustrates how to hook-up a delegate, create an instance of P8, and invoke methods.
Please read the license agreement before you start using P8. You'll also find a copy with the source, LICENSE.txt.
Last Updated: July 19, 2009
Keywords: Objective-C, Cocoa, ping.fm, Mac, iPhone, iPod Touch, Source, Open Source, BSD.
* P8 is a play on words. I started creating what I called PingFmEngine and I wasn't happy with the name. So I changed it to P8, as in V8, since it's an Engine for ping.fm.
✩ Shrty - URL Shortener/Expander [Objective-C, Cocoa, Mac, and iPhone/iPod Touch]
Shrty is a collection of classes that allow Mac and iPhone/iPod Touch developers communicate with various URL Shortening Services including bit.ly, j.mp, tr.im, ping.fm, su.pr, is.gd, and YOURLS.
Please read the license agreement before you start using Shrty. You'll also find a copy with the source, LICENSE.txt.
Last Updated: January 03, 2010
Keywords: Objective-C, Cocoa, bit.ly, j.mp, tr.im, ping.fm, su.pr, YOURLS, Mac, iPhone, iPod Touch, Source, Open Source, BSD.