TapClash for iPhone is our latest release on the App Store. In TapClash, players compete to out-tap their opponent. May the fastest tapper win! You can read more at the TapClash website.
Various iOS Projects that I have been working on to keep the juices flowing. None of these have made it to the App Store yet.
They are up on GitHub: My GitHub Repositories
Here is a sample RPG game called RpgGame
Here is a sample shopping app called StacksVilleShopping
Here is one of them called RetroCalculator
Here is an app called Multiples. The user enters a number in the UITextField then pressed the Play button. Then the following screen presents the user with an Add button. When the Add button is pressed the number entered is added to the subtotal. This app features techniques such as disabling the play button until a number is entered.
Here is an app called BoxHiders. The user can click the colored buttons to hide the corresponding boxes. The user can then unhide the boxes using the same buttons.
See how these pages show the use of bold colors, drop shadows and page balance. Examples employ the use of JSP, CSS, HTML5, JS and jQuery running on Apache with an Oracle 11gR2 back end.
My development team that I am a part of has been recognized by SPAWAR this month for the Lightning Bolt Award for team excellence. It is a great honor and we certainly have worked hard and deserve the recognition.
Introducing ADogsAge on the App Store
In Oct-2014 I crafted my first mobile app for iOS 7 using Objective-C called ADogsAge. It is a free utility app that helps people determine how old their dog is in human-years or vice-versa. ADogsAge also has information on the age of cats as well. Please try it out, it is available on the App Store.
Gatherang is a web application that is the brainchild of Todd Folie and created by Stu Hoffman. We have worked on this application for a few years, designing and evolving a unique experience for scheduling with others.
Gatherang is nearing it’s beta phase and stay tuned we will be passing out coupons for free access.
In 2000 I was programming mainly in PL/SQL and I was constantly being interrupted coding to stop and create test files for programs. I took it upon myself to build a tool on my own time that would fill this need. I quickly realized that there were no free or off-the-shelf programs to do what I wanted. Since necessity is the mother of invention , I decided to use my SQL and PL/SQL skills to create a tool to produce pseudo random data at a vastly accelerated rate. It was written entirely in PL/SQL and SQL for Oracle (So yes it was not completely platform agnostic).
Later on as I mastered Java I created a full blown GUI and custom XML based tag language to build the basis for a plugin type application. Person A could give me the specs for one type of file (Address book entries for example) and Person B could give me the specs for a cook book etc. Then I needed to write custom tags for the different specs and the program did the rest.
Here are the contents of the sql file which can be customized, limited only by your imagination…and SQL Syntax 😉 that is.
DBA’s here is another Quickie that comes in quite handy. I set this up to help me see when we have locking SQL.