I had a drink with a friend in some bar and he told me about a cool serie he downloaded from TPB. I woke up the day after with a massive hangover and obviously i forgot the name of the serie. These kind of situations are history if you use my new mobile app called Torrentson. With Torrentson you can search for torrents on your smartphone and download them to a remote location that is running Torrentson Server.
The mobile clients use a super fast RSS processing service that runs on my server. This service scans over 200+ RSS feeds for your keywords and returns the result, wich is cached on my server so the performance is even better for the second person that is looking for the same torrent.
The Torrentson Server that you install on your home computer(for example) listens for download requests coming from the mobile client and starts the download with your own torrent client (utorrent for example). The service communicates over HTTP, so no extra configuration is needed.
I'm finishing up some last modifications and improvements on the website and the mobile client, so i think i'm going to release the first beta version in about 2-3 weeks from now. In the meantime you can follow the last updates on Twitter by following @torrentson (https://twitter.com/torrentson) or on Facebook https://www.facebook.com/torrentson
It has been a while, sorry for that! I'm working on a couple of projects and don't have enough time to update my blog.
One project i'm working on needed a simple HTML editor that has the ability to include a image. After doing some research it wasn't as easy as i thought. Most of the editors available contain to much features that our customers will never use and take a hell lot of time to start up.
After spending some hours looking for a decent implementation, i stumbled upon the Aloha HTML5 Editor and it's that good that i needed to share this. The good thing about is that it's open-source, lightweight and extremely simple to use. You can find the editor on this website.
The only problem that i have is that it doesn't support video's, but i'm currently writing a plugin that uses oEmbed (link) to include video. The plugin will check if HTML 5 is supported by the client's browser and will add a video tag or an iframe, depending on support.
I will provide a link to plugin when it's finished, i hope this or next week. If you have any question or suggestions, feel free to contact me.
The first steps in the logo design proces are a fact. Lu Yu is the guy that is designing the logo and these are the first Cool Wall results. The first logo drafts will be posted soon...
FluentChart_CoolWall.pdf (442.83 kb)
For the people that can't wait, here's a small preview on the FluentChart API that i'm currently working on. The following syntax is used to configure and create your kick-ass charts.
chart = FluentChart.Configure()
You can create your own look and feel by using the build-in template mechanism like this:
public class DefaultTemplate : FusionChartTemplate
/// Initializes a new instance of the <see cref="DefaultTemplate" /> class.
Set(x => x.ShowLegend, true);
I'm looking forward to your comments and what you think of this first sneek peek into the FluentChart API. Keep posted for more updates!
I was thinking about this idea for a couple of years now. When you work a lot with charts, i thought it would be nice to have a simpel API which you can use to create your dashboards and other chart driven applications. I'm currently working on the first API for the FusionCharts suite. This takes time, so keep posted for more info!
I just started with the development of the new Biljartvereniging Dorpszicht website. This website will be driven by NHibernate and my own NHRecipies plugin. More information, screenshots etc. will follow in the near future! Keep posted!
More features will be added to NHRecipies. More and more people are downloading my library, so i decided to add more features, like:
- Seperating web/desktop implementations to NHRecipies.Mvc and NHRecipies.Desktop
- An implementation of the Conversation per Business Transaction pattern (desktop applications)
- Session per Presenter implementation (desktop applications)
- Bootstrapper for Web API projects
- Entity stamping
If you have any requests, please send them to me so i can add them to NHRecipies!
I just updated the NHPharmacy project that is based on NHRecipies. The application has an implementation of FluentMappings and AutoMappings by convention. Try it and let me know what you think!
You can download the project here
The new version of NHRecipies is released and available now from NuGet. Check out the new features!
The new version of EasyTorrent is available now from the NuGet Package Manager. Check the release notes on NuGet for more info!