Yesterdey, I've released a new version of Ascii Design, a simple application to transform simple text to ascii art decorations:
I'm happy to announce the 0.7 version of Converseen, the batch image conversion software written by me. This new version, as I had previously mentioned in this post, brings some new important features requested by a lot of users as the capability to manage PDF files and Windows icon (ico) formats.
As you may know, Inno Setup is one of the best Windows-based solutions to make professional installers for your software.
[youtube=http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=bY2kllfIN2o&w=680] As you may know, Converseen is finally landed on the official Ubuntu repositories. From now on, external PPAs are not required anymore and you can easily install Converseen on Ubuntu 14.04 (and derivates) simply using the Ubuntu Software Center (or the relative package manager) or through the terminal giving these commands:
Many times, people asked me more about the possibility to convert pdf files to images using Converseen. As you surely know, Converseen is able to read files in pdf format just because it's a format that ImageMagick can manage. It may be a coincidence but a lot of people seems to find very useful the possibility to convert an entire pdf to a bunch of images, but the program wasn't designed to be a pdf converter.
Before I started to develop this website (using Wordpress, of course), I asked myself what would be the best alternative to create a custom Wordpress Theme without building my own around an existing one.
Hi all. Since my first steps on the internet I decided that would be a good idea to open a website to share with the entire world some of my projects and ideas. So, in 2009, I decided to open Faster in design, a website aimed to an Italian speaking audience, that I still use to share some pieces of software developed by me.