March 8th, 2012 § 2 Comments
It’s at BBDevCon that I first heard of FDT, I immediately downloaded it when I came back, and I’m now using it as my main IDE for AS3 development. While FDT5 is a great tool, it lacked default project wizards for the BlackBerry PlayBook, fortunately, this can be easily fixed thanks to FDT’s Project Templates.
In this post, we will explain how to customize FDT to create custom project templates for the BlackBerry PlayBook.
January 8th, 2012 § Leave a Comment
Rejoice, Android Monome fans!
I finally found the time to release a working Beta of OSCream Monome and Monome Arc emulator for Android devices, it works quite well on my Samsung Galaxy S2, but I believe you would need quite a powerful device to run the application, in any case your Android device needs to be capable of running Adobe AIR.
I hope you’ll enjoy it, let me know how it works!
October 22nd, 2011 § 3 Comments
There is not a lot of improvement in this second Beta release, it is now possible to add groups, and DB creation is on its way, though the functionality is broken now, this update is mainly for users who add older version of DB that were not accepted by KiPass due to a bug in the version check procedure.
Development was frozen for a week since my Dell Inspiron Laptop cpu fan died, and the computer would overheat and stop brutally after 5 minutes of usage. I have now finished to move my dev environment to a new computer and work resumed.
Please tell us what you think of the Beta in the comments, and don’t hesitate to report any bug.
October 11th, 2011 § 1 Comment
Here we go, progress on kiPas is now going slower because I started a new full time job, and while the final version is still not ready for a release on App World, I thought I’d give out a Beta version for users who are eager to test functionnality, and hopefully give a bit of feedback about what they’d expect to be fixed for the final release.
As the release process on RIM’s AppWorld is a bit too complicated for a Beta, I decided to leverage Adobe AIR’s portability to give you a Beta release that’s basically exactly the same as what you would get on the PlayBook, except that this one will run on your desktop computer, Windows or Mac (not sure about linux, let me know).
This beta version is read-only, which means all DB creation, editing and saving features are disabled. Also Twofish encoded KeePass DB are not supported yet. So far, only KeePass 1.2 series databases are supported, KeePass v2 will come later.
To install the Beta on your desktop, just click on the Adobe AIR install badge below, this will also download and install Adobe AIR for you in case you don’t have it yet on your computer.
The Beta was updated, new version here: kiPas Beta updated
Hope you enjoy the app, and don’t be afraid to drop a comment