I have introduced two new Palm OS apps today: Circumference and Triangle Calculator! The first program may sound familiar, as its Windows counterpart has been around for a while now. The latter is exclusively available for Palm OS. If you want to learn more about the two new programs, be sure to check out the Palm OS Apps page. Enjoy!
The Weekly Update is back! For now... we'll see if I can consistently release it here on out.
This is an exciting week for Tectra! A lot of things have happened. We have released an update for one our programs and started developing apps for a new platform. Keep reading to learn more!
I have released a few programs for Pocket PCs over the last few weeks. There is Secret Message, a fun little program that Windows Mobile Fans will enjoy. There's also Easy Clock, a program that lets you view the exact time on your PDA. The latest addition to the Pocket PC software page is very exciting. I have made a mobile version of Tectra Writer!
Cello Browser has received a new update! Version 1.4 introduces quite a few neat features that improve the browsing experience.
Version 1.4 of the Cello Browser may be an incremental upgrade, but it brings a few nice features to the table. Don't worry; I have some big plans for Cello. Stay tuned so you don't miss them!
You can get the latest version of Cello here. Thanks for reading and have a good day!
My mother -- who is a French teacher -- mentioned two of her favorite resources for students one day. They were WordReference and Linguee. She explained that WordReference gave better definitions for words while Linguee provided better definitions for terms or multiple words. That got me thinking: what if I made a website that sent a user to either source depending on what they wrote? For single words, it would direct you to WordReference. For terms or multiple words, it would send you to Linguee.
Hello everyone! I just released my first Windows Mobile program. I am aware that Windows Mobile and PDAs are more or less obsolete. However, there are many people who enjoy these old devices, including me.
On paper, version 1.7 of the Tectra Writer may seem like yet another incremental upgrade. However, this is not the case. Version 1.7 introduces many exciting new features that enhance the user experience.
This is for people like me who are confused by Lynx. It removes some features and makes the program easier to comprehend.
Lynx does not have an official way to open previous drawings yet. However, there is a way to do it. Keep reading to learn how.
Today is one of those days at Tectra. It’s office cleanup day. As the name suggests, this is the day when we make the headquarters look nice and fancy by cleaning up the area.
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.