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Aard Dictionary is a multiplatform dictionary and offline Wikipedia reader. Aard Dictionary runs on desktop computers, notebooks and netbooks running Windows, Linux and Mac OS X as well as Nokia Internet Tablets (N800 and N810) and anywhere where Python, PyGTK and ICU are available. Aard ... [More]
A .net wrapper written in C# for Nokia's Internet Tablet Video Converter mediahandler API. This project includes a MediaHandlerProxy implementation, a .net client object which obscures the underlying MediaHandler API protocol, and a sample client app which downloads and converts videos from an RSS feed.
The goal of the QTablet project is to provide fully QT/QTopia based application framework (desktop, menu, etc) for internet tablets. Currently I'm writing it mainly for Nokia N800, but I don't see any reasons, why it couldn't be used on some other internet tablet. See the project home ... [More]
This is a Perl-based plugin for Nokia's Internet Tablet Video Converter. It wraps MPlayer to let you view DVD content on your Nokia Internet Tablet. It is written in Perl, and runs on Windows.
This project moved to maemo garage : https://garage.maemo.org/projects/erminig/ This is a python application to synchronize Google Calendar and GPE Calendar on the Nokia N770/N800 internet tablets. erminig 0.2.7 is the current developpement version. What does not work ? Moving an event to a ... [More]
This project has been moved to SDK-AMI.Garage.Maemo.org, since that hosting site is specifically targeting Maemo. Maemo is the open source development platform for the Nokia Internet Tablet devices, such as the 770 and N800. Amazon's Electric Compute Cloud (EC2) is a service that provides ... [More]
This project is all about developing a Paper, Scissors, Rock game. It was originally started with a version for Nintendo DS handheld console, and the Gameboy Advance. But in reality the whole "Paper, Scissors, Rock"-deal is just my own personal exploration of programming languages ... [More]
I like Ruby. I like the Nokia N800. I like programming. This combination is leading to the obvious provision of utilities oriented toward the N800 written (mostly) in the Ruby programming language. Currently the only utility provided is a simple Ruby script for converting AVI files into something that will play on the N800.
This is a simple web-based interface that emulates an IR remote control. Formatted specifically for use on the Nokia N770/N800/N810 touchscreen devices (though it's reported to work well on some Archos devices, too). This has been optimized for XBMC but should be usable with all XBMC-based ... [More]