Hi there! My name is Darshan, and I run a tiny software company (it's just me) called Darshan Computing, LLC. I make apps for Android™, iOS, and the web, and most of my work is open source.
BatteryBot Battery Indicator
My first commercial release is BatteryBot Battery Indicator for Android, released in 2009. There is a:
My second product, released for Android in 2015, is Noteworthy Tuner. There is currently a:
- Free version available on Google Play.
A Lock Block
My third product, also released for Android in 2015, is A Lock Block. This is available as a:
- Free app on Google Play (with in-app purchase for Pro features).
All of the above apps are open source.
I have another project in the works that is expected to see public release by the end of summer 2016. It will be web-only at first (with mobile optimizations to work very well on Android and iOS devices of all sizes), with native Android and/or iOS clients potentially coming later depending on demand. (Both native clients currently exist but are incomplete, and the web client works so well that these native clients will only be completed and released if there is sufficient demand.)
Here is a brief list of old (but possibly still useful) resources that I've created over the years:
- I composed a list of Android™ 1.5 android.R.drawable Icon Resources.
- I wrote a Qt®4 Tutorial for Ruby. It's a translation of Trolltech's Qt tutorial (for C++) to the qt4-qtruby bindings for Ruby.
- I created a write-up on how to install Gentoo/AMD64 on the Compaq Presario R4000. The information contained should be easily applicable to installing other distributions of linux on that machine as well.
- I wrote a command-line CD player for linux called cdp.