With its first release less than a month ago, Kevin Wells’ latest application, KPDFUtil, has seen an update – its second since release.
Kevin Wells’ recently released KPDFUtil, which provides a front-end for some features offered by PDFutils, has already seen its first update. Version 1.01 now includes support for extracting images from… Read more »
Kevin Wells has turned his hand from offering RISC OS front-ends to remote APIs, and put together a front-end for something the can be run locally.
Kevin Wells’ BusTimes application provides a means for RISC OS users who travel by bus to look up information online about particular stops – retrieving the times for buses that… Read more »
Kevin Wells has updated StreetFix, his software that allows RISC OS users to report problems to local authorities, such as potholes, broken street lights, etc. Using Wget, the software interfaces… Read more »
Wait! What? Oh… encoding access details in a QR code. As you were… Kevin Wells’ application for generating QR codes (two-dimensional bar codes) has been given some more attention, and… Read more »
A graphical way to say “Here’s me card, guv…” Kevin Wells has updated his application for generating QR Codes to add support for ‘MeCards’.
With a general election so recently behind us and a new set of Members of Parliament now in the House of Commons, Kevin Wells has released a new version of… Read more »
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… Read more »
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.