Sunset Lake Software - Comments for "Pi Cubed 1.1 now on the App Store" Comments for "Pi Cubed 1.1 now on the App Store" en I cannot find Grafly Has it <p>I cannot find Grafly</p> <p>Has it been taken off the App Store?</p> <p> If so what can I use in place of it.</p> pubDate Tue, 10 May 2011 22:43:24 +0000 dc:creator kornflake guid false comment 970 at Looks pretty amazing. The <p>Looks pretty amazing. The amount of apps on the iphone is absolutely staggering. Things like this are just so helpful. Thanks</p> pubDate Thu, 17 Sep 2009 20:53:00 +0000 dc:creator nayr guid false comment 481 at Thanks a lot for this useful <p>Thanks a lot for this useful post, the info is pretty good and this applications seems great i will recommend it to my nephew, he was looking for an app like this.</p> pubDate Mon, 31 Aug 2009 18:14:00 +0000 dc:creator poker espaƱol guid false comment 448 at Great application in deed. I <p>Great application in deed. I too generally don't purchase applications. But this was certainly worth the money. Thanks for it.</p> pubDate Sun, 30 Aug 2009 02:41:00 +0000 dc:creator joomla extensions guid false comment 446 at Yeah! It's truly amazing. But <p>Yeah! It's truly amazing. But Mathematica is far more powerful.</p> pubDate Thu, 27 Aug 2009 07:40:00 +0000 dc:creator Buy Essay guid false comment 440 at very interesting - looks like <p>very interesting - looks like a great aplication.</p> pubDate Fri, 21 Aug 2009 02:32:00 +0000 dc:creator milton online guid false comment 430 at In fact, that's the very next <p>In fact, that's the very next thing I'm working on. I will be reworking the underlying data model to support undo, which should also significantly reduce the startup time for the application.</p> <p>My current plan is to use the iPhone 3.0 "shake-to-undo" interaction method to trigger the undo / redo actions.</p> pubDate Tue, 28 Jul 2009 15:21:57 +0000 dc:creator Brad Larson guid false comment 393 at I usually don't pay for <p>I usually don't pay for applications but I bought pi cubed after looking at reviews and I have no regrets. Great application.</p> <p>But sometimes I wish there was an "undo" button somewhere. When I tap a function I didn't mean to and want to go back a step, life gets a little hard. Do you plan on adding anything like that by any chance?</p> pubDate Tue, 28 Jul 2009 04:07:47 +0000 dc:creator Sean guid false comment 391 at The only libraries GiNaC use <p>The only libraries GiNaC use are CLN, GMP, and the standard library. All these are C++ libraries. I deliberately compiled all these from source as if I was not using an intel machine.</p> <p>Hopefully performance won't be an issue, but I'll need to sign up as a developer to check, I guess!</p> <p>And yes, the user interface will most likely be the vast majority of the programming that I do. After watching the video for Pi Cubed, I was kind of inspired to write something like it myself, whether it works on an actual iPhone or not to me isn't as important as writing the program itself.</p> <p>It'll be the first thing I've ever written for the iPhone, so I'm treating it more as a learning exercise than a lucrative business venture.</p> <p>Thanks for your replies by the way!</p> pubDate Sat, 25 Jul 2009 16:52:07 +0000 dc:creator Fareed guid false comment 386 at Have you tried this on an <p>Have you tried this on an actual iPhone or iPod touch? Beware that you may run into incompatibilities when you actually install this on an iPhone, whether from Intel-specific assumptions in their code, or from libraries that aren't present on the device. The Simulator uses the full capabilities of the Mac, including elements that may not be there on the iPhone itself.</p> <p>Performance is a second concern. Generally, low-level C libraries perform well, but for the more complex operations you're describing, you may run into some issues with hardware limitations in memory or CPU speed.</p> <p>Finally, there is the user interface. This was the most important component to me, as I had tried products like <a href="" rel="nofollow">Mathomatic</a> (which leverages an existing CAS library) and found them difficult to use in the kind of situations I use my device. That's why I came up with my own custom interface and layout engine, because I wanted to have something more than a plain text field for input and evaluation of these calculations. More than half of the time spent on this application was in the crafting of the user interface. Even with a solid math parsing library, you'll need to make it accessible to a touch interface somehow.</p> pubDate Sat, 25 Jul 2009 14:12:13 +0000 dc:creator Brad Larson guid false comment 385 at