An app to securely store short snippets of confidential data like passwords etc.
An easy to use to-do list organizer.
Note: All featured apps are available for BlackBerry (BB10) Z10, Q10, and Q5, Desktops (Linux, Windows), and Nokia N9.
All offer synchronization features to sync between, e.g., smartphone and desktop (Requires an e-mail account with IMAP support.).
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Category Archives: Libs.
This is somewhat an announcement as well as a call for participation. Some time ago, I treated myself to a Pebble smart watch. As my primary phone is a Jolla smart phone, apparently, the next “logical” step was to get … Continue reading
This is just a very brief update. I actually did this some time ago but didn’t really get to write about it. clj-assorted-utils and clj-net-pcap now make use of Travis CI. Integrating Travis CI was actually very easy. What I … Continue reading
Recently, I ported some of my apps (MeePasswords, Q To-Do) to BB10. These apps use some Open Source projects as dependencies that were not readily available for BB10 yet; at least I couldn’t find them. So, I decided to give … Continue reading
Due to an embarrassing error in test2junit I had to quickly release another version. The current version 1.0.1 fixes the problem and is available from clojars.org. The readme at github had been updated as well.
I like test-driven development very much. Over time the number of test cases grows and grows. As one consequence, it may become difficult to keep the overview of the results. As a simple mean to get an overview of my … Continue reading
On Sunday, I uploaded a new version of clj-assorted-utils to github. This version features an improved counter and a convenience function for processing input line-by-line. Another great news, imho, is that now there is autogenerated API documentation. You can get … Continue reading
I just uploaded a new version of clj-net-pcap. This version re-adds native libs for Linux i386 and fixes some issues in jNetPcap with respect to formatting IPv6 addresses. Jars are available from clojars: https://clojars.org/clj-net-pcap https://clojars.org/jnetpcap Alternatively you can get the … Continue reading
I just changed the names of my two Clojure libraries cljAcmeUtils and cljNetPcap. Those two libs are now named clj-assorted-utils and clj-net-pcap respectively. Please excuse the inconvenience but I felt this step was necessary as I wanted to upload these … Continue reading
Already before my vacation I fixed some annoying issues in cljNetPcap. You can get cljNetPcap version 1.6.3 from its github page. This version improves the stability, offers more robust mechanisms for extracting the shipped native libs, and improves the stability … Continue reading
cljAcmeUtils is a collection of assorted helper functions that I wrote over time in order to reduce the amount of duplicate code in my Clojure projects and to help me implement code quicker. Now, I finally had the time to … Continue reading