SQLite Editor 1.1 is finally on the App Store

Sqlite Editor v1.1 is coming SOON

What’s new in this version (1.1):

1. Stability updates.
2. Improved file export. Now you can export any file created by SQLite Editor.
3. New data editor. Now you can easily Add, Edit, Remove data rows in a comfortable way.
4. Support for text with line-breaks.
5. Added file deletion support for any file created by SQLite Editor.
6. Added non-standard SQLite data types.

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SQLite Editor is a great HANDY tool for
DEVELOPERS, DATABASE OR SYSTEM ADMINISTRATORS

It can be used to:
1. Test some database schema.
2. Fill a lot of data and then export the data to a any database.

THANK YOU FOR YOUR CUSTOMER REVIEWS!
IT HELPS ME MAKE THE APP BETTER!

iPhone OS 3.0 coming on March 17

iPhone OS 3.0

Apple on Thursday announced plans to hold a special media event for journalists on its Cupertino-based campus that will offer a sneak preview of the next-generation iPhone operating system dubbed iPhone 3.0.

The event will take place at 10:00 a.m. Pacific time on Tuesday March 17th in the intimate setting of the Apple Town Hall — the same venue used to introduce the company’s new unibody MacBooks last fall and the original iPhone Software Developers Kit (SDK) last March.

ArsTechnica was amongst the publications invited and has posted the following image from the email invite.

At this juncture, there’s no indication that Apple will use the gathering to divulge details of next-generation iPhone handset hardware, which is expected to be unveiled several months later at the company’s Worldwide Developers Conference or another event of its choosing.

iPhone 2.0

Last year, Apple staged a similar event to unveil its plans for iPhone 2.0, which was known in advance to include a new Software Development Kit for developers, but also added surprise Enterprise features, including support for push messaging and remote wipe using Microsoft’s Exchange ActiveSync as well as support for WPA2 and 802.1X wireless authentication protocols and Cisco IPsec Virtual Private Networking for secure remote access.

When the iPhone 2.0 software was actually released in July, Apple also included support for its own push services as part of the .Mac rebranding of MobileMe, added extensive language support for global sales, and added geotagging to its camera application. Seven software updates have been released in the months since then.

What to expect in iPhone 3.0

At last year’s WWDC, Apple announced plans to provide a Push Notification Server for third party apps, allowing developers to send updates to their users’ phones through central servers operated by Apple. The new system was intended in part to account for the fact that third party apps are not allowed to operate in the background; the notification system would allow the apps to alert the user of new messages or outside changes without actually listening for them itself, a task that would be handled by the iPhone system software instead.

The Push Notification Server was expected in September but never arrived; support was included in a developer beta before being later pulled, making it a obvious candidate for inclusion in iPhone 3.0. Parallel efforts to add push messaging in the forthcoming Snow Leopard Server may have been part of the reason for the delay.

Apple also released updates for Core Location to support determining the cardinal direction and velocity of an iPhone 3G using GPS, features required for providing turn by turn driving directions. Apple may leave that area to third party developers, or could enhance directions within Maps to support turn by turn features itself. A year ago, Apple filed a patent for the concept of server generated direction and map packages calledpodmaps.

Apple has already added traffic overlays and transit and walking directions to Maps based on Google’s service, as well as Street View, a feature Google first debuted in showing off the mapping capabilities of its Android platform.

iPhone 3.0 wish list

A variety of other features may also make it into iPhone 3.0, including support for advanced Bluetooth profiles outside of the basic hands free and mono headset. Existing iPhones have high speed Bluetooth hardware capable of supporting A2DP stereo headsets, a software feature Apple has already delivered for desktop users in Mac OS X Leopard. Other Bluetooth profiles could enable iPhone users to quickly beam files to each other (such as address book vCards) or support the use of Apple’s own Nike+ (were it to supply a Bluetooth version) or the company’s wireless keyboard, which could turn the smartphone into a basic netbook replacement for business travelers.

Apple could also add support for a Dashboard-like layer of user-creatable widgets built using its existing DashCode app from HTML, CSS, and JavaScript, enabling users without Cocoa programming skills to build or install widget apps that could all run together without the launching delay of a full blown iPhone app. This would also take the wind out of the sails of the Palm Pre’s new webOS, which is designed to ‘multitask’ multiple simple widget at once rather than running heavy duty applications. The ability to run self contained web applications, if only just within the phone’s Safari, is also a distinct possibility, given the existing support in the desktop flavor of Safari and the iPhone’s existing support for HTML 5 features.

Other features Apple has already alluded to or depicted in its patent filings include a global information page that shows updates such as incoming messages and alert updates on the wake screen for quick reference; global search features; a copy and paste mechanism; support for mobile syncing of playlists and file information from a home computer’s iTunes library and then only downloading specific songs when requested; improved push features, including support for syncing tasks and notes; and “Back to My Mac” support for accessing remote files.

Author: www.appleinsider.com

A new version of SQLite Editor 1.1 is coming soon!

WHAT’S NEW IN THE VERSION 1.1:

  • Stability updates.
  • Improved file export. Now you can export any file created by SQLite Editor.
  • New data editor. Now you can easily Add, Edit, Remove data rows in a comfortable way.
  • Support for text with line-breaks.
  • Added file deletion support for any file created by SQLite Editor.
  • Added non-standard SQLite data types.
  • Screenshots

    SQLite Editor now available at App Store


    SQLite Editor allows to:
    1. Create & manage SQLite database files.
    2. Create & manage tables.
    2. Manage rows in tables.
    3. Run, save, open custom sql scripts.
    4. Export database file to given email.

    SQLite Editor contains full SQLite syntax reference.
    And allows to search in the reference content.

    SQLite Editor is property and product of Pasha L. Topchiyev
    http://iTopchiyev.com
    SQLite is property of SQLite Development Team - Hwaci
    http://sqlite.org


    Net Reversi, iCouple and SQLite Editor Screencasts



    Net Reversi is now AVAILABLE on App Store

    Available on App Store
    Net ReversiNet Reversi

    Net Reversi is an implementation of reversi (othello).

    Net Reversi has three game modes:
    1. Human versus iPhone.
    2. Human versus Human on a single device.
    3. Net Game. It’s when you play on your iPhone versus a player who plays on his/her iPhone (or Mac).

    Net Revesi Mode uses WIFI for net game mode.
    You can browse for players connected to your local network,
    select a player and invite him/her to game.
    Also Net Game Mode supports MESSAGING
    with remote payer in browsing and game playing stages.

    Net Reversi has four AI levels. It support game resuming and saves scores.

    Net Reversi AI has a RAPIDLY SHORT TURN DELAY.

    PLAY NET REVERSI AND HAVE A FUN!

    Net Reversi homepage
    Net Reversi on iTunes

    Net ReversiNet ReversiNet Reversi

    SQLite Editor soon will be available on iTunes AppStore

    SQLite Editor allows to:
    1. Create & manage SQLite database files.
    2. Create & manage tables.
    2. Manage rows in tables.
    3. Run, save, open custom sql scripts.
    4. Export database file to given email.

    SQLite Editor contains full SQLite syntax reference.
    And allows to search in the reference content.

    SQLite Editor is property and product of Pasha L. Topchiyev
    http://iTopchiyev.com
    SQLite is property of SQLite Development Team - Hwaci
    http://sqlite.org

    iCouple is now available on iTunes App Store

    Ocarina Pitcher updated to version 1.0.1

    Ocarina Pitcher updated to version 1.0.1

    What’s new in version 1.0.1:

    1. Better system integration.
    2. Stability improvement

    The new version can be downloaded from OcarinaPitcher-1.0.1-Intel-Leopard.dmg

    Ocarina Pitcher - pitch editor and companion for Smule Ocarina

    OcarinaPitcher is a Mac application for creation, editing, playing and printing pitches for Smule Ocarina application.

    With OcarinaPitcher you can easily edit pitch on mac then play it. If you’ll find some wrong notes you can correct them. Then save or print the pitch. And finally start learning this pitch on iPhone, or other 4-hole ocarina.

    OcarinaPitcher is free for DOWNLOAD

    ocarinapitcher1

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