Kevin Wells has released an update to his application for looking up information about MAC addresses – the unique identifiers assigned to network interfaces. The new version of MACadd can be downloaded from his website, and fixes a silly typo (the word Company was incorrectly spelt). The application uses Wget to retrieve the information it […]
Kevin Wells has released a new version of MACadd, his application for looking up and displaying public information about MAC addresses, giving it a bigger address field, and rather than the country code, it now displays the country name. It also now benefits from the addition of interactive help. In order to work, the software […]
Kevin Wells has released a new version of MACadd, an application that retrieves information about the vendor associated with a given MAC address, and displays it to the user.
Following a similar facility being added recently to TrainTimes, Keven Wells has added a save facility to BusTimes – which performs a similar timetable look-up function as the first application, but for buses and stops rather than trains and stations. Kevin has also uploaded a short video demonstrating the new feature. Both pieces of software […]
No, no, not train crashes, you fools – application crashes! Kevin Wells has released an updated version of his TrainTimes application, which can be used to look up the trains due at a given station, to help planning any upcoming trips. Version 1.10 benefits from a bug fix that prevents it crashing when first run […]
Kevin Wells’ wget-based application for retrieving railway station timetables from the TransportAPI website can now save those timetables as either a text or CSV file, ready for loading into other applications. Now at version 1.08, TrainTimes is a free download, and Kevin has uploaded a short video demonstrating the new feature.
Kevin Wells has released a new version of his Currency application, necessetated by an API change in the Free Currency Converter site the software uses via Wget.
Kevin Wells has made a small update to his QrCode application, adding a choice of background colour, and to fix a “silly bug” (a typo) in the application’s !Boot file.
Kevin Wells has made available version 1.01 of QrCode, his application to produce the ‘square’ bar codes you sometimes see, which often have URLs and other data encoded within them. First released in 2015, the software requires Wget to work, because it uses the services of the QR Code Generator website. Requested by a user […]
Having recently updated his BusTimes application to allow forward planning for trips on the bus, Kevin Wells has now given the same treatment to TrainTimes. The application, which allows you to look at what trains are due at a specified station, can now do so at a date and time of your choosing. He has […]