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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

 

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