The Game of Life is a cellular automata created by the english mathematician John Conway. This program here is my own multi-platform implementation of this automata. It is pretty fast, has multiple modes and comes with predefined forms (right click the “universe” area). To learn how the Game of Life works check out the Wikipedia Article.
I just released the second version of the MPChip-8 Emulator. It emulates Chip-8, a platform developed in the mid-1970s that allowed developers to easily program video games in a computer at those days. Chip-8 is like the Java or the Flash of the 1970s. This allows you to run programs or games develop to Chip-8. This new version of MPChip-8 Emulator was created from scratch and it’s way more simple, stable, useful and beautiful than the last version.
In its current shape, MPMath is a very small math expressions parser. It helps you to parse complex expressions and supports all the basic math operators and math functions. It may be used to replace those advanced physical calculators that are mostly used in education and in the learning of math. MPMath is free software, you can download it and run it as many times as you want. You are also able to share it for free in the condition of not modifying its original package and keep the credits.
The MPASCII-Art is a small and fun program that allows you to convert an image into text (ASCII characters). It was designed to be easy to use by any home user. You can download this software for free, the links will be displayed bellow, as well as some sample screenshots. This new version allows you to convert images with a much better quality. It also adds a lot of new GUI functionalities that will optimize your experience.
The MP-OS is a very small command line operating system. Currently it only has few features working. I already wrote some basic low-level output functions, I also wrote interrupt handlers and basic keyboard input features. It is still in a very early development stage so please don’t expect any big features.
I just released the first version of my first emulator, the MPChip-8 Emulator. It emulates Chip-8, a platform developed in the mid-1970s that allowed developers to easily program video games in a computer at those days. Chip-8 is like the Java or the Flash of the 1970s. The MPChip-8 Emulator allows you to run programs or games develop to Chip-8.
Emulates most of Chip-8 Games;
Comes with 28 games/programs;
Lots of customization;
Note: The Games that come in the MPChip-8 Emulator package are in public domain and were not created by me unless when I say otherwise.
I just released the first version of MPObfuscator PHP, a multi-platform tool that allows you to protect your PHP scripts so nobody can reverse engineer them easily. You can use this software when you want to share your PHP script in the Internet (paid or free) and want to protect your code so nobody can modify it and distribute it with their names. You can also use it to protect your code even if you won’t share it and will only host it in your server, to make sure that if someone gets your code, won’t be able to modified easily. No obfuscating tool is 100% efficient but MPObfuscator does it’s best to protect your code.
1.0 Beta Features:
Automatic Comment Removing;
Variable Names Removing;
No need to install software in the server;
Multi-Language: English, Portuguese and French;
MPObfuscator PHP is available on Microsoft Windows 7, Vista and XP and also on Linux and Mac OS X. To run it on Linux and Mac OS X you must have Mono Framework Installed.
I just released MPKosmos Web Server 0.1 (Alpha). MPKosmos is a small Web Server that I’m developing. It’s currently in development stage and there are many things that still need to be done. With this Alpha version release you are able to try it out and send me your feedback.
Version 0.1 has:
Basic Web Server fearures;
Much more things.
MPKosmos Web Server has an incomplete PHP support. If you want to write very simple PHP scripts you can download PHP from it’s official website and put it in “modulesphp”.
The MPShutdown is a software that allows you to turn off your computer when you are not at home or can’t manually shut it down for some reason. In these situations you can use MPShutdown to program your machine to shutdown when you want. It’s a very useful tool but currently it’s only available in Portuguese language and the development status is currently closed. However, in the future I might update it if needed.