My apps

Mac App Store

Tuckerton Pool
Unity3D C#
NodeJS
SocketIO



iOS App Store

Philly Bike Dock
Swift




Rhythasym
Objective-C




Tuckerton Pool
Unity3D C#
NodeJS
SocketIO




Jack's Gauntlet
Unity3D




Amoratis 7
Unity3D



Android
Play Store


Jack's Gauntlet
Unity3D




I created the custom Bootstrap WordPress theme this site is using.
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CHMOD Converter


I made this CHMOD WordPress widget.
Get it at wordpress.org

I made an open source Objective-C app for iOS

Open source and free as in beer:

https://github.com/jamorat/metronome

How it Came to Be

It is keenly important for native app coding ninjas to continuously hone their skills. This ninja hones his skills best by working on some kind of actual project, instead of just doing tutorials and examples. I decided to make an iOS metronome because it would reinforce my skills with views, playing audio, timed events, and math. A music teacher friend mentioned that some metronomes are variable. There is nothing new about this concept of a variable metronome, but not many apps do it so it would be a good challenge. My friend explained some music theory about metronomes, and I set about building the variable metronome app.

Making this app involved…

  • Delegates
  • Properties and methods
  • NSString, int, NSDouble, other data types
  • Timers
  • UITableView and other UI elements such as UIButton, UITextLabel
  • Data sources
  • UI triggering events, UI receiving output
  • Views

I also conducted a few early experiments with some other elements which I decided to leave out of the final program:

  • Sprites
  • SQLite DB
  • NSUserDefinedPrefs

Check out the source code for yourself. Do something cool with it!

https://github.com/jamorat/metronome

 

This is a great follow up to tweet from last March: