Volume 15, Issue 2 (June 2010) of Juiced.GS, the longest-running Apple II publication in print, shipped today to all subscribers. This issue features a review of the FC5025 floppy controller; a tutorial for using the
Some Assembly Required: Hello World
Among programmers, there’s a long-standing tradition whereby one’s first program in any given language is one that simply displays the message “Hello world.” In this installment of Some Assembly Required, we’re going to create “Hello world.” I’m not going to really explain how it works this time around. We’ll get into understanding the programming next […]
New Google command line API may benefit retro-computing platforms
Exciting news for the Apple II Community (and retro-computing at large). Google has launched GoogleCL, a command line API project that may enable developers to write Apple II applications that are capable of interfacing with Blogger, Calendar, Contacts and other Google services.
Some Assembly Required: Choosing an Assembler
Over the coming weeks (or maybe months or even years), I’ll be posting a series of articles introducing you to the glorious, glamorous world of assembly language programming for the 6502 series of microprocessors. While, sure, there are plenty of other languages out there, and in this day and age, assembly is something of a […]
Applied Engineering Repository on RetroMacCast
Bill Martens and Brian Wiser are interviewed on episode 161 of the podcast RetroMacCast about their Applied Engineering Repository Web site. The interview starts about 15 minutes into the show. Hear some of the history of Applied Engineering and their excellent Apple II hardware products such as the Transwarp, Ramworks and PC Transporter.
CFFA 3000 release pushed back
Rich Dreher has posted an update that the CFFA 3000 card will be delayed at least until September 2010. Rich also posted additional information on upcoming features of the new card which we’ve re-printed here.
Denis Molony’s Disk Browser updated
Denis Molony wrote in to share an update to his cross-platform, Java-based disk image tool, Disk Browser. I just wanted to let you know that I have finally worked out how to release a Mac version, and that the server has changed to dmolony.dyndns.biz/apple. There are a large number of new features and bug fixes […]