A while ago, I released a CSS extension to iWebKit 5 that allows for pages to be rendered ‘ok-ish’ on Mozilla Firefox. Today I have released a update to iWebKitMozilla that aligns its style sheet with the current release of iWebKit… version 5.04. You can grab iWebKitMozilla for Firefox 4.0 (based on Gecko 2.0) from Continue reading
Recently I made this cocoa application as part of a assignment at Uni. Its basically a application that runs in the background and asks you what your doing every now and then. Click the image below or here to download it.
I have a whole heap of changes to make to it soon, but for now im releasing it so that the world could use it! Check out this prezi to get a better idea what its about:
See that? Thats right! The organisers of WebDU 2010 have been kind enough to organise a FLAvatar for all their speakers. Damn they look nice! I can stare at myself all day.
Manoj Vekaria and I have been working on our WebDU presentation lately and things are coming along very well. If your going to attend WebDU 2010 and you want to be ‘flustered in lots of dots’(yes that’s my hint) come see our presentation! Continue reading
Recently i have been working on taking the iWebKit 5.0 framework and producing a CSS extension that allows pages to be ‘better’ rendered on Firefox. Checkout its homepage at: http://trynull.com/iWebKitMozilla/.
Checkout the a screen shot of it in action:)
Using this couldn’t be easier! All you have to do is add the ‘extension’ CSS to your header after the official CSS.
Special thanks to the Soft-V2 theme of iPhone icons for the ‘installer’ icon. Grab the fill list of icons at:
If your a fellow student at CSE UNSW, check out iConnect! Its a web application that i created almost 6 months ago that allows you to access many of the commands like ‘friends’, ‘labs’, ‘pp’ and ‘whichprinter’ on any web browser. I’d recommend using a iPhone though;)
To see some screen shots, head to my iConnect page.