I try to make most of the 'general' stuff I do available for download for anybody that either wants to use it, learn from it, or even better.. improve it.
- chumbyPHP-CGI.zip (814.29KB) A compiled binary of PHP-CGI (version 5.2.5) for the Chumby.
- chumbyPHP.zip (806.96KB) A compiled binary of PHP (version 5.2.5) for the Chumby.
- Chumby2MPD-V1.0.zip (143.32KB) Here is the source (and the compiled SWF files) for the code I use to let my Chumby control the MPD player that I use to feed my stereo.
- FD_SimpleBanner-V1.0.zip (113.74KB) Here is the source (and the compiled SWF files) for a FlashDevelop only version of the Sample Banner Widget that Chumby has posted on their site. It's a good starting place to see how to set up a configuration widget and also retrieve the parameter on the Chumby side.
- BiggerSandbox-V1.0.zip (37.47KB) Here is the source (and the compiled SWF files) for a FlashDevelop proof of concept widget which requests a load of a customized crossdomain.xml policy file, along with a PHP script that checks the name of the Chumby and the User name and only returns an XML file with permission granted if they match. You will need to change the PHP script to check for the names from your Chumby to make this work.
- PhpDbfMiva.zip (12.56KB) I help support a eCommerce site that uses Miva. Miva stores the order information in DBF files, along with a semi-custom index files. It also has a horrible programming language, so I use PHP to do the 'fun' stuff. I've written a number of interface routines to help. One is a general purpose DBF reader, another is one that quickly 'converts' the DBF to MySql. Note that there are a few helper pieces for the Miva tables I work with most (so Dates come over as Dates, money as money, etc. And there is a set of routines that will let you access the DBF files through the Miva indexs. NOTE: These are READ ONLY routines for the DBF files.
- function.passwordmaker.zip (13.52KB)This is the code for the passwordmaker. It is done as a function is CMS Made Simple. If you want to use it standalone, you will probably have to take a look and make some changes. Shouldn't be too hard though.
- function.passphrasemaker.zip (4.50KB)This is the code for the passphrasemaker. It is done as a function is CMS Made Simple. If you want to use it standalone, you will probably have to take a look and make some changes. Shouldn't be too hard though.