Monday, June 23, 2014

Swelio 1.5 - Freeware Belgian eID card SDK

The new release of Swelio - freeware Belgian eID card SDK is available for download.

Whats new in this release:

* Fixed some bugs in C++ code
* Updated C++ documentation
* Added Delphi documentation
* Added Microsoft .NET binding

The C# source code of the .NET binding included. The library supports AnyCPU, x86 and x64 projects. It is compatible with .NET Framework 2.0 - 4.5 and tested with all Windows versions starting from Windows XP.
The provided assembly was compiled for .NET Framework 2.0 using Microsoft Visual Studio 2008, but the project can be easily upgraded to the more recent versions of the .NET Framework and Visual Studio. It was done to cover more possible configuration, because the downgrade of the Visual Studio project is not possible. The sample project is also provided.

Please leave your comments or write a review to help me improve the quality and functionality of the Swelio SDK. If you found a bug - please report it to me using the contact form. The future requests from the active testers will be treated with higher priority.

Download Swelio SDK

Thursday, June 19, 2014

ALM JumpStarts

If you’re looking for creative problem-solving solutions to streamline
the development pipeline and create a culture of continuous improvement,
watch this new on-demand series on the Application Lifecycle Management
(ALM), based on the popular “ALM Wednesdays” events. Get practical tips
you can implement right away, and break free of rigid, process-oriented
lifecycles. The training sessions are led by seasoned professionals who
have been in your shoes, including Steven Borg, Co-Founder of Northwest
Cadence. They explore the technology, solutions, and mindset behind
ALM.



ALM JumpStarts

EIDNative library update

There is a small update for EIDNative library 3.0 available:
http://users.telenet.be/serhiy.perevoznyk/download/EIDLibrarySetup.zip
This update solves some problems related to the new Eid card with chip v1.7

Monday, April 28, 2014

Mesh Networks are the future of the Internet

Forget Your ISP: Mesh Networks Are The Future Of The Internet (via curiousmatic.com)

Picture courtesy of Erik Drost via Flickr. Wireless symbol courtesy of no_hope via openclipart. Modified by Curiousmatic. Could a network of decentralized Wi-Fi routers replace Internet Service Providers (ISPs) and thwart snoops and interlopers? Gathered…

 

Monday, April 14, 2014

Tuesday, March 11, 2014

Apple keyboard symbols in the text

When writing a post related to the OS X sometime is necessary to include the special keyboard symbols in the text. You can do it by using the special HTML codes:
  • Command ⌘  ⌘
  • Option ⌥  ⌥
  • Shift ⇧  ⇧
  • Caps Lock ⇪  ⇪
  • Backspace ⌫  ⌫
  • Eject ⏏  ⏏

Example:
The following key combination ⇧ - ⌃ - ⏏ puts all displays to sleep.




Thursday, February 27, 2014

Freeware Fullscreen desktop clock application

Desktop clock is a  simple freeware application that shows the fullscreen clock using your photos as background. The background changes every minute.






Tuesday, February 25, 2014

Add your own folder to the Finder Sidebar

You can add your own folder to the Finder Sidebar by selecting the Folder in the Finder and pressing ^⌘T or you can use the mouse and drag the folder to the Sidebar. This is useful for the folder that you have to access very often.