Extensions!

Extensions development is now underway.  Extensions have been a part of Snarl since the very early days and have developed a lot over time. R5.0 takes a slightly different approach (Snarl registers them based on the information they provide) but the general concept is the same. Some screenshots:

SNP documentation

Snarl R5.0 will support all variations of SNP, and I’ve taken the opportunity to refresh the various documentation that covers the different versions. First up is SNP 1 here: http://snarl.fullphat.net/content/developers/snarl-network-protocol-snp/snp-1-1/ You can also read up on the basics of SNP here: http://snarl.fullphat.net/content/developers/snarl-network-protocol-snp/

R5.0 update

Things are progressing well.  I have a test bed system that creates the message handling window and processes requests sent to Snarl.  So far ‘register’ and ‘unregister’ allow the most basic functionality but already they support advanced features such as base64 encoded icons! The web admin server is up and Read more…

R5.0

Planning is underway for Snarl R5.0. The focus will be on the following key areas: Re-code into C# Full backwards compatibility with everything from Snarl 1.0 onwards HTTPS for web admin SSH for console admin Redirects Network forwarding and subscriptions In addition, Snarl R5.0 will become more targeted towards Enterprise Read more…

Hello, Yosemite!

A simple Mac OS X Yosemite notification generated by Snarl! This was created using the OS X variant of snpd which effectively creates an SNP 3.0 daemon on the Mac.  Notifications can then be sent to it using an SNP 3.0 forwarder from any machine running Snarl, or anything that can Read more…

Net Redirect Tutorial

This tutorial will guide you through the basics of creating a Net Redirect component.  If you’ve arrived here directly, you can find out  what a Net Redirect is here. What you need To complete the tutorial you’ll need: Visual Studio 2010 or later (Express edition is fine) Basic knowledge of Read more…

Snarl Web Services

Introducing Snarl Web Services… One thing Snarl has always been missing is robust support for the plethora of Social Media services that are now available.  Services such as Facebook, Twitter, Instagram, Feedly, and so on. There is some support out there, and some of it is very good (Nymphicus for example) Read more…

Blink(1)

blink(1) is the world’s best indicator light, designed to give you glanceable notice of anything on your computer or the internet. blink(1) makes it easy to connect any data source in the cloud or on your computer to a full-color RGB LED so you can know what’s happening without checking Read more…