MobileApp Systems LLC today announces iLuaBox 1.3, a Lua scripting environment running on all Apple iOS 4.2+ compatible devices. Lua is a powerful, fast, lightweight, embeddable scripting language. It has been used in many industrial applications, with an emphasis on embedded systems and games. Version 1.3 features AirPrint and integration with MobileApp Systems Forum, Twitter and the online community of Lua developers. Also new are the SQL and Vox toolboxes, and user interface enhancements.
Independent developer Andrei Doubrovski today announces Script Arsenal 1.0, a handy catalog allowing you to manage and apply your Photoshop scripts. Script Arsenal ships with over 100 ready-made scripts for creating various effects and streamlining your everyday workflow. Users are able to easily extend the catalog by including additional scripts, either downloaded from the Internet or with their own customized scripts. The catalog interface is available in eight languages.
Yokohama-based Nagaraja Rivers today announces Reading Thai 1.2, an update to their Thai alphabet app for iOS. Offering a complete introduction to the Thai script, Reading Thai covers not only the Thai alphabet, but also the complex rules of word formation. It covers consonants, vowels, numbers, tone marks, punctuation marks, tone rules, letter combination rules, and multi-syllable words. Each word example includes the Thai script, a phonetic transcription, and audio by a native Thai speaker.
California based .com Solutions Inc. today announces FmPro Script Diff 1.49, a maintenance release adding compatibility with FileMaker 11 and general usability improvements. FileMaker 11 Scripts are detected automatically when they are discovered on the ClipBoard, and are processed accordingly. Transferring scripts between FileMaker Pro 11 and FmPro Script Diff is accomplished by copying and pasting the scripts via the clipboard. No DDR Export is required.