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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- Exchange Data and Objects between C++ and QML and vice versa
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- QComboBox for QML
- Plasma Active - Archos G9 armv7hl Rootfs Tarballs
- QML Text Input for Maemo Fremantle
- QML TreeView
- Nexus 7: Easily Flash/Access Entire Userdata Partition
- Plasma Active 4 for Nexus 7 (2012) and Archos G9
- QML and Clipboard Interaction
Category Archives: Other Software
This is a brief, combined announcement. Two of my own apps, MeePasswords and Q To-Do, as well as another app, Emumaster, I had been porting a bit are available for SailfishOS/Jolla. I actually want to publish MeePasswords and Q To-Do … Continue reading
I put a little more work into running Zotero on Plasma Active tablets. First of all, it is now possible to install Zotero via zypper. You can get Zotero from my xulrunner branch repository on Mer OBS. Furthermore, it now … Continue reading
Interestingly, animated PNG (APNG) files seem to be so scarce that neither Gimp nor ImageMagick support this format. In fact, it took me quite a bit of searching until I found a way to scale an animated PNG preserving the … Continue reading
Zotero, in a nutshell, is a pretty sophisticated literature management tool. It lets you, “… collect, organize, cite, and share your research sources.” In this post I briefly present how I got Zotero running on the Nexus7 tablet in Plasma … Continue reading
This is just a brief wrap up about a patch I just submitted: in a nutshell, this patch enables the practical use of the acceleration sensor on Nexus 7 in Linux. Thanks a lot to Glueckself who posted a first … Continue reading
One never stops learning. I was reminded of this just very recently when I discovered a very cool feature of GTK+ which I wasn’t aware off even though I have been using Linux-based OS as my main OS for more … Continue reading