Developing for mobile devices can raise some interesting constraints around mobile devices being unable to access a debugging/test service for some reason. Some examples of what I am talking about would include:…
Having a mobile device access a guest virtual machine that is inaccessible since it is behind a NAT on its server.
Being able to access a ASP.NET application that is running in Visual Studio’s development server.
Fortunately there’s a very nice utility called rinetd that boutell created that you can use to get around these issues. You can get started with rinetd on OSX, Windows and Linux by visiting boutell’s page about rinetd or downloading the source from my mirror… Continue reading →
Recently while I was creating WordDice, I noticed something very interesting… Some of my own web browsers were taking much longer to ‘render’ the search results! Thinking that it would be useful to compare the time taken, I decided to create www.speedtest.trynull.com which helps compare web browser speed test results. Here is what it does: Continue reading →
Most people have heard that Windows does the best job at maintaining backwards compatibility. But just how good are we talking? I have come across a YouTube video made by Andrew Tait that shows the upgrade experience from DOS 5.0 to Windows 7. That is 20 years of Operating System upgrades! With plenty of time, patience and tons of windows upgrade discs he has put together this extraordinary video showing the upgrade process. Check it out!.. Continue reading →
After releasing skype4cocoa upon the world, I started thinking… It would be handy to have the same application for Windows users. After all, windows users do make up almost 90% of users.
Today I am proud to release of skype4cmd. This application interfaces with Skype using the same input/output commands. The only major difference between this version and the Mac version is the fact that the mac version is Continue reading →