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    Original URL path: http://www.craftymind.com/factory/guimark3/video/flash_360p_base.html (2016-04-27)
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  • Craftymind | Hacking away at UI development | Page 2
    this one as well provide simple notifications that updates are available for certain apps and then handle the process of installing that update Application upgrades Publishers should be able to set options for users to get discounts on major upgrades if they own a previous version Users should be able to enter serial numbers for existing applications to prove ownership of previous copies Cloud Storage Apps can use up to 50mb of cloud storage per user paid apps can choose to use a percentage of proceeds to pay for unlimited space for their users Developer Tools Developers need strong guidance on how to package their apps and test them before going live They should be able to download sample receipts for their app and test the installation process through the store itself before going live Freedom of Language There should be no restriction on languages or technologies think java that are allowable in the store Dependencies lists can be built over time into the store to help facilitate getting users the correct packages for certain apps to run I m sure there s a few other things I haven t thought of yet what would you add Cocoa Launching Space Gremlin to the Mac App store February 7 2011 Sean Christmann 2 Comments Lately I ve been on a kick instead of wishing for software to work the way I want I m just gonna build it the way I want instead Today one of those ideas has come to fruition and I m happy to announce it s launch in the new Mac App Store Space Gremlin is an app I wrote over the course of Christmas to visualize disk usage on a hard drive to help find and delete gremlins taking up too much space It features a top down view of a disks folder structure and the relational sizes between other objects It s easy to drill in to folders or slice up the view to focus on important areas While there are other apps out there on the Mac platform that address this concept I ve never found those other visualizations very usable or readable I m hoping other people out there find Space Gremlin as usable as I do so I ve added it to the new Mac App Store to handle the distribution end Since this is the launch and I m still new to the whole Mac App ecosystem I m setting a launch price of only 3 99 but it will probably settle at a higher price soon after I ve also decided to go exclusive to the Mac App Store to avoid setting up my own purchasing and validation system Give it a try and let me know what you think Big thanks to all the fellow developers and designers at EffectiveUI who helped me test this app If you re interested there is also a free demo available on the website http www spacegremlinapp com apps mac osx Cocoa Mac

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  • Craftymind | Hacking away at UI development | Page 11
    Again there are 2 approaches to pattern matching strings in AS3 RegExp and String indexOf The idea is to apply pattern matching on the raw string representation of the xml to create a new xml string containing only the nodes matched The new string is then cast back into an XMLList to be placed in the datagrid RexExp matching var pattern RegExp new RegExp searchTerm ig var result Array rawXMLString match pattern filteredXMLList new XMLList result join Filter Time 31000 14000 ms 31 14 seconds IndexOf matching private function searchStringFor source String term String String var lowersource String source toLowerCase var lowerterm String term toLowerCase var i Number 0 var out String var pos Number 0 while i 1 pos lowersource indexOf lowerterm i if pos 1 out source substring source lastIndexOf pos source indexOf pos 1 i pos term length else i pos return out filteredXMLList new XMLList searchStringFor rawXMLString searchTerm Filter Time 200 50 ms While the RegExp and indexOf are performing the same match RegExp clearly has a long way to go before being viable in AS3 Even using simply pattern matches with String search during Method 1 above was 3 times slower then an indexOf during iteration IndexOf in Method 2 on the other hand has gotten us down to a 200 50 ms filter time 50 ms is decent but 200 ms still feels slow Final Method Key search reference copy At this point indexOf searches on the full string block appear to be the fastest way of filtering and it provides the most room for refinement Two aspects are contributing to the slowdown at this point 1 unneccessarily searching the full xml structure 2 constructing a new xml string and casting it to XMLList after each search We can cover both issues by initially loading the xml string into an XMLList and iterating that list to generate a second string containing just the fullName field and the index that fullName belongs to in the original XMLList rawXMLList XMLList urlLoader data var count int 0 for each var node XML in rawXMLList fullNameIndex node fullName toLowerCase count count This will generate a string looking like Antiques 0 Antiques Antiquities Classical Amer 1 Antiques Antiquities Classical Amer Egyptian 2 Antiques Antiquities Classical Amer Greek 3 Antiques Antiquities Classical Amer Roman 4 Now when we do an indexOf search on the above string we can look ahead to the index inside the tags to find which reference in the original rawXMLList to use Those references are then set into a new XMLList to display private function searchStringInAttribute list XMLList attributelist String term String XMLList var output XMLList new XMLList var i Number 0 var pos Number 0 var index int 0 var count int 0 while i 1 pos attributelist indexOf term i if pos 1 index int attributelist substring attributelist indexOf pos 1 attributelist indexOf pos output count list index count i pos term length else i pos return output filteredXMLList searchStringInAttribute rawXMLList fullNameIndex searchTerm toLowerCase

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  • Launching Space Gremlin to the Mac App store | Craftymind
    app I wrote over the course of Christmas to visualize disk usage on a hard drive to help find and delete gremlins taking up too much space It features a top down view of a disks folder structure and the relational sizes between other objects It s easy to drill in to folders or slice up the view to focus on important areas While there are other apps out there on the Mac platform that address this concept I ve never found those other visualizations very usable or readable I m hoping other people out there find Space Gremlin as usable as I do so I ve added it to the new Mac App Store to handle the distribution end Since this is the launch and I m still new to the whole Mac App ecosystem I m setting a launch price of only 3 99 but it will probably settle at a higher price soon after I ve also decided to go exclusive to the Mac App Store to avoid setting up my own purchasing and validation system Give it a try and let me know what you think Big thanks to all the fellow developers and designers at

    Original URL path: http://www.craftymind.com/launching-space-gremlin-to-the-mac-app-store/ (2016-04-27)
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  • apps | Craftymind
    one of those ideas has come to fruition and I m happy to announce it s launch in the new Mac App Store Space Gremlin is an app I wrote over the course of Christmas to visualize disk usage on a hard drive to help find and delete gremlins taking up too much space It features a top down view of a disks folder structure and the relational sizes between other objects It s easy to drill in to folders or slice up the view to focus on important areas While there are other apps out there on the Mac platform that address this concept I ve never found those other visualizations very usable or readable I m hoping other people out there find Space Gremlin as usable as I do so I ve added it to the new Mac App Store to handle the distribution end Since this is the launch and I m still new to the whole Mac App ecosystem I m setting a launch price of only 3 99 but it will probably settle at a higher price soon after I ve also decided to go exclusive to the Mac App Store to avoid setting up

    Original URL path: http://www.craftymind.com/tag/apps/ (2016-04-27)
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