Kevin Wells has released version 1.05 of MACadd, his application to dig into the details of any given MAC address. The new version allows the company name and address behind the MAC address to be exported as a vCard file, ready for importing into a contact database.
Kevin Wells has released updates to his two applications that use Wget to interrogate the Transport API website in order to find and display timetable (and other) information.
BusTimes, Kevin Wells’ application for finding out bus and bus stop timetables has been brought up to version 1.11, and along with some bug fixes, it now allows GPX files of the bus route to be launched, if an application that can handle them has been seen by the filer.
Kevin Wells has released a new version of TrainTimes, his software that looks up information about train and station timetables and routes via the Transport API website using Wget. The new version follows a similar route to BusTimes (which performs the same task for buses) in that it now allows multiple stations to be added […]
Kevin Wells has released version 1.04 of QrCode, his application that uses Wget to access the QR Code Generator website API in order to do what it says on the tin: Generate QR Codes – those ‘square’ bar codes you sometimes see. The new version now supports ANT URL and Acorn URI files being dragged […]
Kevin Wells’ application for generating random users and data about them, ideal for generating test data for databases that need to be populated with data about people, has been updated to version 1.02. RandUser, which uses Wget to use the API provided by the Random User Generator website, now supports version 1.3 of that API, […]
Kevin Wells has updated his Currency application, which allows users to check exchange rates by tasking Wget to obtain data from the Free Currency Converter API site. The new version gains the ability to save the last eight days of exchange rates as either HTML for displaying in a web browser, or CSV for loading […]
Kevin Wells has released a new version of BusTimes, his application that allows RISC OS users to find the times and routes for buses, based on the stop the user needs to use. The software does this by using Wget to talk to the TransportAPI website.
A new version of BusTimes has been released by Kevin Wells, and new in this version is a selection of different file formats for exporting a bus’s timetable beyond plain text.
Small update to the program – not an update to do with small buses Kevin Wells has released another version of BusTimes, his application that uses Wget to interrogate the Transport API website and return information about bus (and bus stop) timetables. The new version fixes a problem whereby, depending on the data source used […]