Looks like I can't escape the native code this time... The Internet Explorer part of our project will have to be written in C++, probably! Not that I really mind. But it's going to cost more time than the other stuff.
Internet explorer, why do you make my life so painful? If anyone has experience with crossrider and Internet Explorer (11?), let me know -.-
I just realised, since the HTML of my homepage is so generic (nothing bootstrap specific, iirc), I can just slap on any other framework, and if it looks nice I can just use it without any changes. Pretty flexible, it seems. Except for the icons though, but I could export/replace those with my own.
Made a blogpost! Just a roundup of interesting links I've stumbled upon over the past few months. I used to do something like it more frequently but the links started piling up, heh. I hope I'll soon be writing about either my experience with writing a keylogger-esque application or writing about a game!
(selfless plug: my site)
I learned something useful today! https://gist.github.com/bobismijnnaam/ed4772a126e973c890cc
Implemented basic window focus event hooks! It's gonna be really useful to determine when the user switched applications. Besides that worked a bit on network discovery, and noticed that it's really imprecise, even on my dad's home network. Oh well. At least our router runs Linux 2.6.0. #Pisa
Wow, I... I... Did some documentation today. WHAT IS WRONG WITH ME.
Moved my workspace to the other side of the room (together with a lot of other furniture displacements). I'm gonna be sooooo productive 😏
Now I'll have a look at discovering network devices. Let's hope Python has a simple library for that as well.
Rapid progress today! Application discovery and active application discovery is working. The windows registry stuff is weird to work with, as is the task management interface :S
Also managed to get Nikola back to work on my Ubuntu desktop. It's time for a blogpost sometime soon :)
Did some exploratory work on Pisa, found out about pyHooks, py2exe, en discovered portable python installations. Interesting stuff!