I am going to finally get back into app development. Not because I have nothing to do, but quite the opposite. Now when I say "getting back into", that implies I haven't done so in a while. That's correct. See, while I work on a lot of things, I weirdly don't make applications. I write scripts using BASH and Python, but nothing that isn't simplistic or that I even interact with for the most part.
My definition of "application" versus "script" is that I don't just write it and call it a day - it has to be:
- Interacted with
- Not for an extra specific purpose
Even then most of the scripts I write are to deal with the pain that is known as LXQt - and I don't even do that too often unless I have to, which has been for rather rare bugs.
So what have been the apps I have written? When was the last made? Well, let me set the ground rules here!
- It can't be an experimental program with no care put into it. AKA the SiteScript compiler that doesn't even work.
- The program must be open-source. I can talk about the closed-source stuff I work on (very rarely) but they aren't mine and most aren't public anyhow.
With that out of the way, what was the last app I made?
Well, the last WIP project I made was called Devwork. It was supposed to be something like a bug reporter but for smaller networks. It was supposed to be a resume piece but it never finished, nor do I care to bring it back.
The last fully-produced app was called Furry Text, and it was a GUI implementation of my friend's translator of a different name. We are both furries and it was completely made to complement his project. More of a joke application than anything else.
Now I said I would not include Python programs but I wrote this as I went - and I forgot I made a couple of Python packages. The latest of which was called Palettes, again based on my friend's code. This was more of a real application (more library but who cares)
The only other apps there were was when I started learning C++ for the first time ever. So I won't consider them. Before that, I also didn't do much.
Now I am getting back into app development using V and maybe F# if I ever need it. Anyways I wrote this for fun and to keep my brain not dying, so have a wonderful day!