I'd be really gratefull if anyone would test my app before I release it to Betanews. It's an outlook app, sits on your desktop and monitors your tasks and calendar. I think I got all the bugs out the otherday but can never be to carefull.
The really cool thing is the UI is 100% customizable via XHTML and CSS...
Alright... I want to experiment some with SDL[^], does anyone know of a good idea for a game?
It's gotta be a 2D, tile-based game, and I was thinking this idea would be awesome:
A game in which many people connect to a server, and there will be 2 game modes:
1. All against one: At the start of the game, one player will be randomly chosen, and then all of the other players have to "catch" that player, and whoever catches him, becomes the new chosen one, and everyone has to catch him/her. (Her? Do girls even play games? ) At the end of the game (specified time limit in the server), the player who catches more gets more points.
2. One against all: Same as above, one player gets chosen randomly, but then, s/he has to catch any of the other players, and whoever gets caught, has to catch the rest. At the end of the game, the player that gets caught less times will have more points.
They invented the term "Web services" to describe a type of remote procedure call based on the work of the XML Protocol Working Group. To understand XRPC and the SOAP framework, you should go straight to the source[^].
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I have developed the PC version of Idea Knot but I haven't been getting so much feedback on it after the release.
It is a free 10-days trial version developed in C#. (Idea Knot Demo)
Would be nice if some of you out there could test it and give me some feedback to what's good,bad and how to improve it.
It's just a simple tool to collect ideas in a fast and easy way no graphics can be saved.
Save pictures in XML makes the files just to big, If you want pictures and alot of functions you should try one note from microsoft.(think it's an overkill in storing ideas though )
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