- Draw progress in separated slices or as a single arc.
- Can customize all colors, the distance of the slices and their thickness.
- Clockwise and anti-clockwise drawing order.
- Can start progress from any slice, not necessarily from the top.
- Display a label with the current progress. The label size automatically adapts to the space available.
- Themes support for easier customization of multiple views.
- Fully accessible
- Support iOS 6.0+
- Original BSD and Commercial Non-Attribution licenses available (you can use it in commercial software).
An iPhone application to split a restaurant bill fairly according to how much people have eaten/drink. Available on the iTunes App Store.
An emergency and disaster management iPhone application I've written for a client that allows the user to build a report based on pictures, videos, text messages and audio recordings, save it on his device and send it to a remote server where it will be analyzed and dispatched to the competent authorithies.
An Android application that suggests a list of movies to watch given a movie title. It uses the Rottentomatoes API to retrieve movies informations. Uses my rottentomatoes-for-android open source library.
An Android proof of concept application that demonstrate how to perform motion detection using an Android phone and its camera. I’ve also written an article to explain how the motion detection works.
An Open Source Java library that implements the Rotten Tomatoes API.
A Mac OSX utility to monitor your eBay watchlist for expiring items and be sure not to lose any bid again. Retired from the App Store since I don't have time to maintain it anymore.
An interrupted attempt at writing an improved Trailblazer (an old Commodore era videogame). About 10k lines of Python code shared among the game and the track editors.
A Go library to use the Amazon Product Advertising API from Go.
Deprecated ! I no longer recommend this fork since it is no longer updated and all open issues have been resolved in the last year. Thanks to the Mac OSX team @ Oracle.
I am no longer the maintainer ! I no longer maintain this project but the great folks at The Infinite Kind still do !.
I maintain a fork of Oracle AppBundler that adds some functionalities not available in the original code to ease the deployment of Java applications on OSX.
A tool I've written while looking for a job in order to learn ruby. It scrapes the content of careers.stackoverflow.com and produces a set of visualizations to highlight the most used technologies required by the companies looking for developers. I used the graphics in an article about the job market.