Submitted by Robert Szeleney on Thu, 2005-10-06 12:53.

Want have fun optimizing your applications?

Using the performance optimization tools in SkyOS you can profile your own applications as well as the entire system. By adding your own dynamic measure points into your application or using the hundreds of available system measure points you can visualize how your application interacts with the rest of the system.

This is a screenshot which was made while optimizing the ISS Service communication with the SkyOS Mediaplayer:


More screenshots:

Index Feeder

Submitted by Robert Szeleney on Wed, 2005-10-05 16:02.

The Index Feeder document has been updated with a bunch of screenshots showing how you can search for files and actions in SkyOS.

The Apps Keep On Coming

Submitted by Robert Szeleney on Tue, 2005-09-27 02:23.

The 3rd-Party Beta Developer Program is already starting to turn out some cool applications. Hot on the heels of SkyGajim comes the SkyFTP, a simple graphical FTP application, and SkyDock, an application for creating quick links to commonly-used applications. Click on the links to see each of the applications in action. Great work, keep the great applications coming!

SkyGajim 0.01a Released

Submitted by Robert Szeleney on Sun, 2005-09-25 21:26.

The initial release of SkyGajim was released today, by third-party developer Patrick Bichler. This release is GUI-only, but future releases will contain the actual networking functions as well. Be sure to check out the SkyGajim website for screenshots of the program in action, and to learn more about the project.

Mouse gestures

Submitted by Robert Szeleney on Mon, 2005-09-12 12:13.

Support for mouse gesture recognition has been implemented. By using the System Manager "Gesture" plugin you can add, remove and configure your own mouse gestures. Whenever SkyOS recognizes a conigured mouse gesture, the desired action is performed. You can select from many pre-configured actions like: Maximize/Minimize window, close application, launch application, ...

The entire gesture recognition is fully intergrated into SkyOS/SkyGI as a service application which can easily be enabled/disabled with the System Manager "Services" plugin.


Changelog is now available