This is the beginning of the command line interface for Karen’s Replicator 2. I hard coded it to copy the contents of one directory to another, including sub directories. Here’s the Code
Somebody asked on YouTube if Replicator was going to be rewritten. I have said yes since 2017. I’ve started dozens of times, including again today. Spoiler: 45 minutes of very little getting done. There’s some bad music. And I prove to myself I shouldn’t do these online. 🙂
The MVVM pattern helps cleanly separate an application’s business and presentation logic from its user interface (UI). Maintaining a clean separation between application logic and the UI helps address numerous development issues and makes an application easier to test, maintain, and evolve. It can also significantly improve code re-use opportunities and allows developers and UI
Karen’s Feed Reader will be an Atom/RSS feed reader. More later. I streamed this a few minutes ago on our YouTube channel, https://youtube.com/@karenware. It’s not meant to be a complete, useful video. It’s a beta test of the studio setup. The example program “consumes” the Atom/RSS feed for this blog. That feed URL is: https://blog.karenware.com/feed.
Here’s 30 minutes of me programming on Karen’s QR Code Talker. I streamed this as a test to see if the wireless internet we have out here on the edges of the county is capable of sending full HD video at a low bitrate. Success! The following is the embedded live stream as record by
I’m working on the format for an audio-mostly podcast. What topics would you like to hear discussed? Nobody Works for Free I’m presently only accepting financial assistance. When it’s cash money, nobody misunderstands our relationship: You sent money for a license, or as a donation, and you received a license, or nothing. Either way, your
QR Code Talker is a simple QR Code generator. You type in some text and it shows you a QR code. Simple. This project is based on open source work by Raffael Herrmann (codebude) on GitHub at https://github.com/codebude/QRCoder. Here’s some code The program isn’t done yet, but here’s what makes it work.