TOKYO (Tom Bluewater) – We still have two more months till the cold winter season ends. And I’m just hanging on and looking forward to seeing beautiful cherry blossoms in spring. Well, it’s been about three years since I developed an iOS outside my career. The app that I just submitted to Apple‘s App Store is called RollerText 2.
RollerText 2 is an upgraded version of an iOS app that I developed more than nine years ago. It’s a virtual telemprompter that lets you roll text letter by letter. RollerText 2 also comes with a new feature that lets you highlight all occurrences of keywords you specify. Continue reading
TOKYO (Tom Bluewater) – It’s finally here. Yes, I’m talking about the cold winter season. Well, it’s not that bad in the region where I live since the temperature seldom goes below the freezing point.
Anyway, I have submitted another desktop application to Mac App Store. This new software release is called Organize Essential 4.
Organize Essential 4 is a desktop application that lets you store your personal data in an encrypted form. We deal with a lot of accounts in cyberspace these days. You don’t want to use the same password across all accounts. In fact, you don’t even want to use the same username and email address acroll all accounts, either. A negative side of using different usernames, passwords and email addresses is that you have to have an application like Organize Essential 4 that gives you quick access to accont data.
TOKYO (Tom Bluewater) – It’s been quite a while since I released a software title last time. It’s something that I need to use daily. This new software release is called CodeBlue 5. Continue reading
TOKYO (Tom Bluewater) – Before we enter November, I have to introduce another free Swift framework to you guys. This new framework is called TomatoAnimatedPieChart Framework.
TomatoAnimatedPieChart Framework lets you create a simple 2D pie chart. Each pie in the chart will increase its size in animation. The following is a list of features.
- Create a pie chart with colors of your selection.
- Adjust the animation speed.
- Show the name of each pie at the bottom.
TOKYO (Tom Bluewater) – It was quite hot till a few weeks ago. Suddenly Susan, it’s getting code. Ughh… I hate the cold weather. Well, anyway, Sr. Tomato is back with iOS free Swift Framework No. 7! This new framework is called TomatoHorizontalBottomMenu Framework.
TomatoHorizontalBottomMenu Framework lets you create a horizontal, scrollable menu at the bottom of the screen. Each sub-menu corresponds to a specific view controller. Since the entire menu content is scrollable, you can add as many sub-menus as you want to the horizontal menu. The following is a list of features.
- Add five, six or as many sub-menus as you want to the horizontal menu.
- Use an image to characterize each sub-menu.
- Use two label colors, normal and highlight. The latter applies to the view controller that is currently selected.
- Have options of having or not having a cave-in area at the top.
- Adjust the cave-in width.
- Have options of having or not having a vertical line between sub-menus.