Well, since I changed jobs, and since .NET is not something I use profesionally anymore, I am not sure there will be a sucessor to WDD 1.5. I learned a lot with this little project of mine though.
I would like continue using this platorm to expand the “Lessons Learned” series, but lack of time is probably going to kill this project.
I would like to use this blog to discuss about my new endeavours in the realms of Linux, TCL/tk and OpenGL, but I don’t have a lot to bring to the table yet. Oh, and the “lack of time” thingie.
There’s always music.
Message in a bottle… ?
I have released a small C# library called LinqToJSON.
What is LinqToJSON?
LinqToJSON is a .NET assembly, written in C#, that allows reading and writing data formatted according to the JSON standard with features that mimic those of LinqToXML. It is available for free, with its source code.
So, my main “web site” is somewhat ready. Check it out here.
It was for me the opportunity to have a closer look at CSS and have a bit of fun with it. Playing with CSS can be pretty addictive though, and at some point time I had to go to bed. 🙂 I am pretty satisfied with the result (somewhat modern design, with flat grey colors and slight touch of colors to make things less boring), with a couple of things still bothering me though:
WDD has been approved at download.com
As far as future plans for WDD are concerned… Continue reading
Skydrive is not exactly the best hosting service for me… It has enough space, but linking to a file (in my case WDD_Setup.exe) doesn’t work well: each time I’ve linked it, the link expired! Not very useful.
So I’ve schecked a few free hosting services, and I’ve chosen OnPHP.net. Continue reading
Bug fix time is almost over. I also found time to make a few features work (see “Show & Organize”) and have therfore made them appear in this version.
Get WDD 0.9.8 here (install) or here (download, unzip and install) Continue reading