UltraMega Blog
23Jul/160

Flavordex Source Code Released

The source code for the Android version of Flavordex has been released under the terms of the MIT License. The project is available at GitHub. If you want to contribute to the project or just see the code, head over to there.

Flavordex on GitHub

Update: The code for the backend server is also available on GitHub.

Update 2: Now the code for the Windows version of the app is available on GitHub.

12Apr/160

Elementary Is Now Available For Windows 10

Elementary, my free and open source Periodic Table reference application, is now available for devices running Windows 10. You can install it from the Windows Store.

Get it on Windows 10

The source code is available on GitHub.

27Oct/110

TempServers Source Code Released

This post is just to announce that I have released the source code from TempServers on GitHub under the MIT license. The link to the repository is below. This code has been sitting here collecting dust, so I figured I should just release it to the open source community. It might contain something useful to someone.

TempServers on GitHub

12Jan/090

Saving Time With jQuery

jQuery is a popular JavaScript library that greatly simplifies developing advanced JavaScript applications. It is extremely powerful and lightweight at the same time. I've been using it for the first time on a current project, and I really like it.

jQuery supports all major browsers, has a small file size, and is used by major websites such as Google! Here is the description from their website:

"jQuery is a fast and concise JavaScript Library that simplifies HTML document traversing, event handling, animating, and Ajax interactions for rapid web development."