Scientific Software Mobile Initiative

  • Increase font size
  • Default font size
  • Decrease font size
Welcome!

Open-sourcing iRemote

Its been a long time since iRemote saw the light of day for the first time back in 2009. Active phase of the project lasted for about few months with some interruptions in between app releases and ended somewhen in spring 2011 shortly after the release of iRemote for Android. At that point it seemed to be over…At this point I find it wrong to keep it this way. Few weeks ago I made a decision (not that hard and maybe even obvious to someone) to open source the project. So today is another big day for iRemote. It goes live again with slightly updated iOS, Android and desktop applications. And as I've already mentioned its source code is being released to public!You can find more information about the project athttp://scientific-soft.com/mobile/iremoteSource code is available at GitHubhttps://github.com/egorpushkin/iremoteAs you can probably guess that "what's next?" is not that tough of a question in case of iRemote. It is still on hold and is waiting for someone to pick it up.
Its been a long time since iRemote saw the light of day for the first time back in 2009. Active phase of the project lasted for about few months with some interruptions in between app releases and ended somewhen in spring 2011 shortly after the release of iRemote for Android. At that point it seemed to be over…
It is wrong to keep it this way. Few weeks ago I made a decision (not that hard and maybe even obvious to someone) to open source the project. So today is another big day for iRemote. It goes live again with slightly updated iOS, Android and desktop applications. And as I've already mentioned its source code is being released to public!
You can find more information about the product at
http://scientific-soft.com/mobile/iremote
Source code is available at GitHub
https://github.com/egorpushkin/iremote
As you can probably guess that "what's next?" is not that tough of a question in case of iRemote. It is still on hold and is waiting for someone to pick it up.
May,

Its been a long time since iRemote saw the light of day for the first time back in 2009. Active phase of the project lasted for about few months with some interruptions in between app releases and ended somewhen around spring 2011 shortly after the release of iRemote for Android. At that point it seemed to be over…

It is wrong to keep it this way. Few weeks ago I made a decision (not that hard and maybe even obvious to someone) to open source the project. So today is another big day for iRemote. It goes live again with slightly updated iOS, Android and desktop applications. And as I've already mentioned its source code is being released to public!

Source code is available at GitHub
https://github.com/egorpushkin/iremote

As you can probably guess that "what's next?" is not that tough of a question in case of iRemote. It is still on hold, but community can leverage from it in a variety of ways now.

April, 2014

 

iRemote Meets Android

Mobile industry changed a lot since the moment when iRemote was first announced. Market seems to meet well some new players and displaces some of those whose influence seemed unshakable few years ago.
Keeping in mind that it is nearly a requirement for any mobile application to support major topical platforms, we are announcing iRemote for Android. Porting iRemote to Android turned out to be interesting exercise to walk through. Some unexpected challenges made it even more remarkable. Here is the story behind it:
http://blog.scientific-soft.com/2011/04/08/android-story-of-iremote/

Mobile industry changed a lot since the moment when iRemote was first announced. Market seems to meet well some new players and displaces some of those whose influence seemed unshakable few years ago.

Keeping in mind that it is nearly a requirement for any mobile application to support major topical platforms, we are announcing iRemote for Android. Porting iRemote to Android turned out to be interesting exercise to walk through. Some unexpected challenges made it even more remarkable. Here is the story behind it:
http://blog.scientific-soft.com/2011/04/08/android-story-of-iremote/

April, 2011

 

iRemote Goes to Macs

It was originally decided to ship iRemote having limited portfolio of supported platforms. Most decisions around including specific features into iRemote applications and supporting various platforms are made taking "time to market" variable in mind. This approach provides team with unique ability to make product decisions based on objective requirements and customer needs, rather than subjective opinions and personal preferences.
Today, we are glad to announce that Remote PC (iRemote desktop application) is getting Mac OS support. Here are some notes on the architecture put in place in order to make the release possible.
http://scientific-soft.com/mobile/iremote/internals
September, 2009

It was originally decided to ship iRemote having limited portfolio of supported platforms. Most decisions around including specific features into iRemote applications and supporting various platforms are made taking "time to market" variable in mind. This approach provides team with unique ability to make product decisions based on objective requirements and customer needs, rather than subjective opinions and personal preferences.

Today, we are glad to announce that Remote PC (iRemote desktop application) is getting Mac OS support. Here are some notes on the architecture put in place in order to make the release possible. 
http://scientific-soft.com/mobile/iremote/internals

September, 2009

 

iRemote Suite

iRemote Suite allows you to manipulate your desktop or notebook remotely via smartphone running iOS or Android. The application is capable of simulating keyboard and mouse input of any kind. Key feature of iRemote Suite is the ability to display part of desktop screen surrounding mouse pointer. This feature allows users to take advantage of application while not having physical contact with controlled computer. See iRemote product page for more details:
http://scientific-soft.com/mobile/iremote
May, 2009

iRemote Suite allows you to manipulate your desktop or notebook remotely via smartphone running iOS or Android. The application is capable of simulating keyboard and mouse input of any kind. Key feature of iRemote Suite is the ability to display part of desktop screen surrounding mouse pointer. This feature allows users to take advantage of application while not having physical contact with controlled computer.

Visit iRemote product page for more details:http://scientific-soft.com/mobile/iremote

May, 2009

 

Mobile Initiative

There is a moment in the history of every industry, when it meets a restart. It is now the time for mobile industry to be shaken a little bit. It is not an exception that events like that happen due to efforts of a single company. iPhone announcement opened a lot of questions that are yet to be answered, but it is clear already that it shows absolutely new trajectory for the evolution of the entire industry.
In the light of these happenings, the decision was made to make a correction in company course and switch focus to mobile. We will keep working on our own products, but will most likely switch to consumer oriented products.
Unfortunately, this also means that we are shutting down nearly all operations around the production of Neuro Laboratory. A lot of important lessons were learned while bringing that product to life. It was a great challenge and it is time to make the next one even more exciting.

There is a moment in the history of every industry, when it meets a restart. It is now the time for mobile industry to be shaken a little bit. It is not an exception that events like that happen due to efforts of a single company. iPhone announcement opened a lot of questions that are yet to be answered, but it is clear already that it shows absolutely new trajectory for the evolution of the entire industry.

In the light of these happenings, the decision was made to make a correction in company course and switch focus to mobile. We will keep working on our own products, but will most likely switch to consumer oriented products.

Unfortunately, this also means that we are shutting down nearly all operations around the production of Neuro Laboratory. A lot of important lessons were learned while bringing that product to life. It was a great challenge and it is time to make the next one even more exciting.

Spring, 2008

 

By A Web Design

Main Menu

Applications


Polls

What OS does your desktop run?
 

Who's Online

We have 2 guests online