Digital Wallet and password manager
A new way to digitalize your wallet. Save your customer cards and receipts in one app. Keep your passwords, router data, software licenses and much more in Peral.
Peral can do much more, explore the features by clicking on the read more button.
For iPhone, iPad and Mac
For iPhone and iPad
Arduino IO Simulator Drag & Draw 1.1
Windows 7 and above
This Arduino Simulator is designed to simulate your (IO) projects with the aim of making everything as simple as possible. Use the drawing tools to create the clearest possible simulation of your Arduino project. Available for. $6 USD or a 30-day free trial. Currently only available for windows.
I'm Louis D'Hont, I am 18 years old and I live in Belgium. I am a programmer, an electronics hobbyist and I'm a senior. In the past few years, I have worked on projects like a function generator, self-driving robot, Arduino simulators,…
Making it possible for others to do their work in a better way through my programs gives a great feeling, that is why I want to keep going in the direction of programming (IT sector).
Novem is designed, owned and created by Damian Van de Kauter. Damian is 20 years old and is a good friend of mine that I met at school. He learned himself Objective-C in Xcode and created beautiful programs and apps for iOS and macOS. The design of my Xevro logo is also designed by him.
Next year he will release a new app to digitalize your wallet. You can add your customer cards and store your accounts all in one place. Check out his Facebook page, give him a like and follow his work. Later this fall he will release his new website!
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Around 5 years ago, we had the idea of building a clean and easy-to-use program in Java named as the Arduino IO Simulator. In the beginning, we didn't know anything about Java. When I created the basics of the communication between Java and Arduino, we worked really hard to create a decent simulator. Now after 5 years of work we are still updating the Arduino IO Simulator to make sure everyone can simulate their projects even better. Between the 2 simulators, we worked for one year on a screenshot/editor program that we combined with the new Arduino IO Simulator Drag & Draw.
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