Or at least very (a)corny ones. Kevin Wells has released another application that makes use of Wget to act as an interface between the RISC OS user and a remote website. Called DadJokes, the purpose of the software this time isn’t to perform a useful service, but instead to do something much better – display […]
Kevin Wells has released another update to his TrainTimes application. The software, which uses Wget to interrogate the Transport API site, presents the user about trains due at a chosen station. Clicking on a button for any of those trains will reveal stations and times for that train’s route – and the new feature in […]
Kevin Wells’ multi-lottery result checking application, Lcheck – which uses Wget to fetch the results and then parses and displays them in a user friendly format – has been updated to squash a couple of bugs.
Keeping up with the Joneses YouTube Wget Murnong, Christopher Martin’s application for downloading YouTube videos, has been updated to version 2.32. The software is designed to parse web pages fed to it that have been saved from YouTube, Google’s video sharing website, so that the address of the embedded video can be established. Once it’s […]
App to tell you when Euro millionaire. Lcheck, the lottery syndicate checking application from Kevin Wells, has been updated to version 1.08. The recent update to version 1.07 added the facility to for the software to use wget and a working internet connection to fetch the last eleven draws for the main Lottery, Thunderball and […]
Not yet able to predict next week’s numbers. Kevin Wells has released a new version of his lottery syndicate checking application, Lcheck. Written to work for the UK National Lottery, Thunderball and Euro Millions draws, Lcheck will compare your syndicate numbers to see if they match the numbers from those draws, bringing any lines that […]