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  • Matthewfl 12:57 pm on 18 April, 2009 Permalink | Reply
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    Ether wiki 

    I made a wiki system using appjet and ether pad. The system uses wiki creole as a wiki engine and loads the content out of ether pad. If you have been using ether pad check it out at wiki.matthewfl.com.

  • Matthewfl 1:08 pm on 12 April, 2009 Permalink | Reply
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    I was looking at the info that was take from one of my appjet apps, and well take a look at the app first. You will need to reload the page a few times.
    The App
    After looking at the App for a minuet look at the info that it has gathered. The Info
    At least it is not as bad as it could be.

  • Matthewfl 11:05 am on 2 November, 2008 Permalink | Reply
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    I have made another Appjet web site. This time it is for making Ubiquity commands and being able to distribute them at the click of a button. It is free and easy to get going with a small simple command. If you do not have Ubiquity yet then you can try it at http://labs.mozilla.com/projects/ubiquity/. Then head over here to get some new commands to try out.

    So far I have the Ip-get app, that will determine your Ip address. “Quote” that gets a quote from my quote Appjet site and can insert it in to any text field.

  • Matthewfl 11:55 am on 25 July, 2008 Permalink | Reply
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    Quote on site updated 

    Now the quote on my home page are supplied by the quote app on Appjet. So if you would like to add your own quote to the list head over here. And the background is a from my backyard. Also if you would like to get your ad on my site for free check out the ad grid that I have made.

  • Matthewfl 1:27 am on 24 July, 2008 Permalink | Reply
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    I had to make it.

  • Matthewfl 3:50 pm on 23 July, 2008 Permalink | Reply
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    Appjet and Agrid 

    I have found a new way of doing small simple web applications. It is through a web service called Appjet. Appjet host web apps written in JavaScript, they have made there own little way of doing thing but it works out well enough to make something worth while. To try out there system I made a simple ads grid (you and someone else trade ads on your web sites(s) to get more views). It is about 90 lines of JavaScript, and from the test that I have run, it works well enough to maybe drive a few more viewers to your site.

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