Sunday, October 24, 2010


The first version of CamServer is out.

The CamServer application lets you turn your Android powered handset into a remote wireless camera that you can control with your computer's browser. You need to turn on your handset's Wi-Fi, and be connected to the same wireless network as your computer. You can take pictures in real time and display them directly on your computers browser. You simply connect to the address displayed on the handset's screen.
The CamServer application needs to run in the foreground for you to be able to connect to the phone and take pictures remotely, so remember to properly configure when your phone should go to sleep.

Here's an example of how to use the CamServer application.

  1. Turn on Wi-Fi on your handset and connect to the same network as your computer
  2. Start the CamServer application on your handset
  3. Look at the screen and note the "Connect to:" address
  4. In your browser's address bar type address displayed on the handset's screen. In the screen above we have : "". Hit enter to open the page
  5. Your browser should now display the main menu of the CamServer app
  6. Take some pictures
  7. Return to the main menu
  8. Goto the image list, to review the images you've just captured

Thursday, October 21, 2010

TimeManager (version

This is a small upgrade of the version where a couple of localization issues have been resolved. The functionality of the screens are still the same as in the previous version

Saturday, October 16, 2010

TimeManager (version

The first version of TimeManager is out on the Android Market.

The TimeManager application will allow you to track any work related tasks which should be invoiced to you customers and clients. The interface is minimalistic and very simple to use.

There are four panels which lets you track your time
  - Register : This is where you select the client and the work you've done
  - Clients : This is where you manage and create new clients
  - Rates : This is where you manage and create the rates you want to charge
  - Export: This is where you export your registered data.

You can save the hours you have registered in three ways
  - Export them to a file in csv format on you sd-Card, and recover it to you computer
  - Email them to yourself as a csv file
  - Upload them to a Google Doc spreadsheet (if you have a Google Docs account)

Pressing the Menu button, will allow you to configure your Google Docs account, and also review and delete hours that have been registered.