I wanted to try to get PixiLang and Sunvox working under StyleTap on my jailbroken 3G, but as you can see from these screen shots, StyleTap was not happy about them at all. Of course, I can run Sunvox native on the iPhone, but not not PixiLang, which is a shame.
I’ve been lurking around openprocessing of late, using it to find useful processing code to serve as a starting point for some of my own experiments. If you don’t know openprocessing, it’s a great place for inspiration and to see what other people have made using processing. You can find it here.
Another small step forward is getting Java working on the StyleTap Palm OS emulator running on a jailbroken iPhone 3G. It should be said that it isn’t particularly useful although it is an interesting thing to do just to see if it works.
Whilst this story is still part of this rather large story arc it wasn’t bad at all really. Some good ideas and 3 doctors! I won’t spoil the story on the off chance you plan to listen to it, but it did lead to a few slightly unexpected twists.
I know it’s a bit of a cliche really, everything is about apps now isn’t it. You just can’t get away from it really. Even so, there’s now an ‘Apps’ menu on the blog. What does it mean? Well it’s more for web apps that run on the site really, and nothing to do with iOS or Android apps at all.
So hopefully this section will expand over the next few months with some more interesting apps arriving. We’ll see. I’ll keep you posted.