Archive for September, 2008

Barcode App Barcode Types

Saturday, September 20th, 2008

As I have noted several times before, I’m using open source libraries for the decoding. I currently don’t have the time to look for libraries for other barcode types. So if you want Barcode to support more barcode types and would like to contribute, please search for open source projects, investigate how good they do the job, make sure they compile on Mac OS X and are written in C or C++ (or even Objective-C) and let me know. You should also make sure, that their license allow the use in Barcode.

Barcode App v0.4 Preview

Saturday, September 20th, 2008

The next release of my Barcode iPhone application will be available later that I originally expected. I spend most of the time for the multi-touch framework. Today I took a few hours and worked on the next release. Since this release won’t add much end-user functionality but some nice feature for other app developers, I would like give a preview of what will be added in the next release.

MultiTouch.framework Beta Program started

Saturday, September 6th, 2008

We started the beta program of our Cocoa multi-touch framework yesterday. We are currently improving the FTIR/DI module that will be available soon for all beta program participants. And since the end of last week we are already using our new multi-touch table.

New MultiTouch.framework Video

Tuesday, September 2nd, 2008

We have made a new video showing how to develop multi-touch applications for Mac OS X using our Cocoa framework.

You should definitely check this video out if you want to develop multi-touch apps with our framework.