The Symbian application ‘Lex’ is now published as a free trial with in App purchasing enabled.
The free trial permits up to 10 searches (with no restrictions on looking at search word semantic relationships), before a purchase is required. Allowing evaluation of the application before making any financial commitment. After 10 searches each search attempt [...]
Lex has just been submitted for review at the Nokia Ovi store.
This is a Symbian application that allows a user to get the definition of words (a dictionary) and browse their relationships (a-la a Theasurus). The words defined include place names and so there is also an element [...]
The technology is still very much in a preliminary evaluation form, so I thought it might be worthwhile to give a quick overview of the planned future road for [...]
Its been a while, but now there’s been some time available to concentrate on publishing some of the symbian apps I’ve been working on over the last few many months.
Unfortunately the standalone support for regular google gadgets seems quite weak in that I could [...]
JIRA Plugins Updated
Just a quick blog post to flag up that the the three JIRA plugins I manage/develop have now all been updated for JIRA 4.3
The JIRA 4.3 release had code breaking changes so these plugins require the latest versions to work with the latest JIRA. Pre JITRA 4.2 installations will need therefore [...]
The agile software development process is now a well established and popular methodology for managing and developing working software to customers requirements, needs, and schedules. It is most often realised using the SCRUM procedure(s), or more particularly in the UK Atern DSDM. Although most development houses prefer [...]
This is an application for the symbian Touch screen phones (so symbian^1 and symbian^3) which permits quick one touch access to up to 8 different timers, each with their own timeout settings, alarm and ticker sounds sounds.
Timers can also be ‘chained together’ – so for example a 2 minute timer follows a 10 [...]
SimpleTimer is an application for the symbian Touch screen phones (so symbian^1 and symbian^3) which has a large minutes and seconds LCD style display for timing application, in the style of a basic lab timer.
The timer supports start/stop/resume and reset, both up and down counting and works in landscape or portrait modes.
The following are free Symbian applications available for download. Please note this is very much beta software and although it works for me I can make no promises as to what it will do for your system. The usual caveats and warnings must apply – please use at your own risk.
Here’s some Qt based [...]