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im practicing some cross platform coding before starting a fairly big project and i want ideas for a small utility app. be realistic please :)
- Application that acts as an alarm clock. You could set time and it would play some music on computer?
- Backup application, which copies files from a specific folder to destination?
ahh great ideas.. you're the winner so far :P
How about a tiny little URL bookmark tool that you can view current thumbnails of all your bookmarks and keep them organised. With a colour coded system, grouping, keyword associations etc.
A text modernizer generator. Paste some regular, boring, mundane text in the app like:
"Mr jox is a hot fox, for he has a big cock"
and it changes into
"Meester jawks is a haute fawks, for he has a big kawk"
Don't tell me that wouldn't be a hit!
bah, you dont need to write an app for that. give me 2 min and ill write you a php script that does that hehe
Well don't you sometimes wish you had something that could turn "socks" into "sawks" without having an internet connection? ;)
On a more serious note, I have yet to come across a calendar app that I really like. Most are too complicated.
lol that is cool play with the vowels.
desktop floating world clock.
LMFAO, i've been playing with this the entire day
eem prakteekeeng sawme krawss platfawrm kawdeeng befawre starteeng a faeely beeg prawjekte and ee wante eedees fawr a smaw uteeleety app. be reeleesteek pleese :)
Sounds more like an english to dutch translator
Yaw yaw yaw, whass krakeen neegga
anyway, you're getting sidetracked, i still need some ideas!
go with the alarm clock idea cos i would use it and im sure others would aswell
cool.. its the top idea so far
there are already tons of alarm clocks out there that play music etc...
I like the bookmark tool....
He wants to learn how built cross platform applications, not build one for your own use.
OK, he's another one.
A mini little app that you can Add Clients details, and projects associated with them, and track hours of all projects, then spit out a fairly customizable invoice, maybe some graphs.