welcome & news

Welcome to appscardini, home of Timed Standby for Windows, and robotfindskitten for Windows Phone and Zune.

Coming soon...

posted Apr 20, 2012, 8:34 AM by Jonathan Moscardini

...something that is almost Timed Standby Remote!

The pre-release v0.5 has been submitted to the Marketplace and is awaiting certification; at the moment it is simply a (very good) Wake-on-LAN client. And I'm proud of it. It is not (yet) a Timed Standby Remote, seeing as I haven't managed to implement any of the elements required for that to happen. But these are baby steps. And I love how it's shaped up so far - I have made, in my opinion, the best Wake-on-LAN client I've ever seen, on any platform, ever. And it's only going to get better (so long as I actually get around to turning it into Timed Standby Remote properly).

Keep your eyes peeled; it'll be on the Marketplace soon! More details will be available right here when that happens.

At long last...

posted Jan 19, 2012, 5:21 PM by Unknown user

...Timed Standby v1.0 has been released!

There's plenty more to come but it's about time I got around to releasing this thing. The installer and source code are now available on SourceForge.net - see the Timed Standby page for the appropriate links.

Updates everywhere!

posted Dec 28, 2011, 8:09 AM by Unknown user

So the busiest term of my life happened - Timed Standby for Windows Phone has been delayed. But I'm finishing up the original idea - Timed Standby for Windows - and that should be released soon.

Also, there's a new site layout.

In case you didn't notice.

Next up

posted Nov 7, 2011, 9:03 PM by Jonathan Moscardini

I'm hard at work on our next WP7 app, which will happily be released with Timed Standby. (Bet you can't guess what it does.)

Peering into a robot's soul

posted Oct 16, 2011, 8:48 AM by Jonathan Moscardini   [ updated Oct 16, 2011, 8:53 AM ]

The source code for rfk on Windows Phone has now been made available under the BSL. Check out the robotfindskitten page for the link.

In other news: v1.1 has hit the Marketplace, sorting out a handful of bugs and moving rfk for Windows Phone in line with the rfk RFC.

(Am I the only one who just thought of KFC?)

My very own kitten-finding symphony in C#

posted Oct 5, 2011, 7:34 PM by Jonathan Moscardini   [ updated Oct 13, 2011, 6:32 PM ]

After a brief wait, robotfindskitten for Windows Phone has now been published. See? I even get to use a fancy button:

This is, of course, just a brief exercise in Windows Phone app development and publishing, given that I had already done most of the work for Zune. I plan on producing much more in future - once I figure out what it is I can produce. But for now, what are you waiting for? Go find kitten!

P.S.: I almost forgot - appscardini is now on twitter! Follow us at @appscardini

rfk returns!

posted Oct 1, 2011, 3:13 PM by Jonathan Moscardini

First, some clarification: is it ironic that my delayed-power-management application has been delayed itself? I'll get back to you on when it might be released.

Part of why it's been so egregiously delayed, however, is that I've written a version of robotfindskitten for Windows Phone! See? It's not all bad.

rfk is currently going through certification on the Marketplace; once it's approved and published I'll update the site. For now, we wait.

hold please

posted May 22, 2011, 9:32 AM by Jonathan Moscardini   [ updated May 26, 2011, 3:16 PM ]

Rearranging the site to make room for ...power. Just hang on tight now, and we'll be alright.

(In retrospect, this post sounds much more dramatic than necessary. I may need to think of a new name.)

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