2017 Aug 30 By Dusko 0 comment

The era of object-oriented programming began some time in mid 1980s. New languages started to appear and one them, Smalltalk, began to be available on the then ubiquitious PC. Smalltalk/V was the version for DOS. It offered a rich set of graphics, fonts, shapes and it was as close to the original Smalltalk as it was possible then. (The “v” in the title meant that it used the memory of the PC in a virtual way, so it seemed that the memory was limitless.) I have programmed in many languages, starting with FORTRAN IV on IBM 360/44 at the university….

2015 May 14 By Dusko 0 comment

I have a new app, called Ambient Music New: https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=com.ambientmusicnew If you want to listen to non-intrusive music while you do something else, this Android app is for you. (See the description below.) From the programmer’s point of view, there are two enhancements to brag about. My plugin called DS_awlProOperaMusic is based on CM_awlPro from the plugin market, however, it adds the — ability to listen to the entire playlist with one tap of a button, and it introduces — several commands besides the video playing. You can stop and and pause the video, direct it to an absolute count…

2015 Mar 21 By Dusko 0 comment

There does not seem to be any part of these forums specially devoted to hiring a programmer, you just publish it and it appears on the top of all threads. That should be sufficient for the possibly interested programmer to contact you. If you want to spend money for an app, I’d suggest first becoming a member here. That would give you more weight, so to speak, showing your commitment, and would also enable you to have an apps server. Without it, you are making the task of a would be programmer more difficult. Try the Existing Plugins First I…

2013 Dec 16 By Dusko 0 comment

What would be the best software to build a site with members, forums and chat? Here is my answer. You have many options and here I will outline just a few. 1) Use WordPress It is the most popular CMS (Content Management System) in the world, with some 15% of all sites built on it. It is easy to install, easy to setup (it gets a little technical but you will have dozens of sites to help you out immediately), and you can all do it on your own. Basic WordPress will not do what you want now, but you…