Happy Saturday everyone! I am excited to announce that Cello Version 1.1 is here! This update makes some exciting improvements and bug fixes to Cello. Keep reading to see what's new.
Most web pages seem to have ads these days. It’s not uncommon to see websites that cram a ton of ads into one page. In an effort to combat this, I created Cello, a text-based browser for Windows. This browser only displays text. It does not load images or ads.
These days, it feels like Satin Web is often ignored. I rarely mention it in the blog anymore. However, that doesn’t mean that I’ve been neglecting it. In fact, over the last month, I’ve been working on the new version of Satin Web: Satin Web 10.
Lynx 2.0 has been released! This update introduces several exciting new features. Keep reading to see what's new!
Hello everybody! Today I have some good news and some bad news regarding Lynx and my other programs. Let's start out with the good news!
Hi everyone! I just released Lynx 1.9. This update is the final major release for Lynx 1.x. There are many exciting new features in this update. Keep reading to learn more!
Hello everybody! I didn’t know what to post on the Tectra Blog today, so I guess I’ll just answer some questions that you might have.
Hello everyone! I just released a new update for the Tectra Writer. The new features in this update include:
Hey everyone! I have some good news: Lynx has its own wiki! The main purpose of the Lynx Wiki is to help people understand how Lynx works. Additionally, it also will have downloads to every version of Lynx, primarily for historical reasons. I hope you will enjoy the Lynx Wiki. If you want to visit the Lynx Wiki, click here.
I have released a really small update for Lynx, version 1.8.1. I noticed that the commands box was a bit cumbersome to use, so I made it larger. I also made the commands less crammed together. Despite being an incredibly small update, this does make Lynx a bit more enjoyable to use. To learn more, head over to the Lynx page.
The Tectra Blog is where Tectra owner and programmer John Spahr shares what he creates. He enjoys coding and spending time with his cats in his spare time.