is a Windows desktop tool for visual design forms and PocketC for Palm
code generation. Feature highlights:
- Visual design with all common controls and multiple forms.
- Project management.
- Properties Editor for controls and forms, like many visual IDEs
(Delphi, Visual Basic,...).
- Generation of code for Palm memos or PocketC Desktop Edition (PDE).
- Division of the code generated in sections to separate visual design
from code of events.
- Multi-libraries support: CControls and PToolboxLib.
- Bitmap editor for graphic controls.
- Cut, copy and paste of controls; Aligning and sizing of several
controls at once.
Toolbox , by Joseph Stadolnik, is a native library containing an
amazing number of routines for graphics, user interface, and miscellaneous
system routines. Visit the Pocket Toolbox website for full details, but
here are a few highlights:
- User Interface - dynamic forms, dialogs, and form objects. Access to
static form resources. Many specialty functions, such as text wrapping
and multi-line editing, custom fonts.
- Graphics - color and grayscale graphics, buffering, resource bitmap
access, rectangle copy, polygons, intersection testing, bitmap
collision detection, floodfill, plotting, scrolling
- OS access - low level IR, fast record sorting and searching, GetURL,
tone generation, backlight control, versions, battery info,
by Mario Schlesinger, emulates most Palm OS controls and contains a
well-implemented form editor:
- supports tables and database-linked tables
- supports real menus
- supports dialog frames
- all controls have palm pilot's standard outfit and behavior
- customizable outfit for certain controls like edit fields
- all control's contents are created dynamically (the number of added
items is only limited by your pilot's memory)
- easy to use: no need to initialize special environments
- a small footprint (controls library uses about 12k / three memos)
v1.3, by Klaus Rindtorff, enables programmers using PocketC to develop applications using a graphical user
interface. The library supports 14 different user interface controls like buttons, menus,
checkboxes and lists. A resource editor lets you create your controls interactively and
saves them to a database. It also generates ready-to-use PocketC code for your
application. Full source code included.
by Rob Konigsberg, is a
rewrite of PocketGui with added features, such as multi-line text edit,
and improved lists. PocketGui2 requires PocketC Desktop Edition.
Version 7.0 docs are available in iSilo
to Ken Pimple.
Version 6.0 and PToolBox quick reference is available, which contains a single page quick-ref with all PocketC and PToolbox function, along with two memos containing the same, thanks to Daniel Navarro.
Version 6.0 function reference is available in Palm Reader format, thanks to John Eriksson.
Version 5.0 PDF docs in Deutsch, thanks to Carsten Bollenbach.
Version 4.4 docs in Espanol, thanks to Diego
A memo pad version of the documentation
was created by Kirk Israel. This also included a quick reference version which
is helpful as a reminder once you've been using PocketC for a while.
Native libraries add additional functions to PocketC's built in features.
See this forum
entry for helpful details on creating native libraries.
||Networking functions for modem/wireless
||Full access to the Datebook database -
finding, creating, and deleting appointments.
||Adds color support to built in graphics
||Gary A. Clark
This is code specifically designed to be used within other applets.
||An application skeleton making it easy to
build professional apps including dynamic generation of Handango
||A sorting routine that works with simple
types and can be expanded to use pseudo-structures
||A library for manipulation/drawing of playing cards.
||A library for quick and easy pen selection.
||A simple library to add buttons to your applet.
Ken Pimple -
Contains a few apps and a tool for generating rich help displays.
Alien Bill PocketC Page -
Source code, applets, BitmapBuddy (helps create PocketC bitmap strings), and
PocketC references in memo format.
Convert 2 PocketC - A tool convert
images into PocketC source code using bitmap strings and pixel calls.
These applets have been created by users and contain source code. Many of
them are useful for helping new users learn to better use PocketC.
||The classic "snake" game
||PDGA Course Directory
||An RPN calculator based on the venerable
||Scott T. Schad
||A full-featured lap timer with very large
digit display, and some hardware advise for creating an external lap
||A simple analog clock
||An excellent RPG-type game, with plenty of
||Pocket Dimension Team
||A shopping list maker
||Euro currency calculator/converter
||A chess clock
||Strategy game. Try to force the CPU (Rommy) to cross off
the last match.
||A freeware PocketC-based Piano for the Palm Pilot.
||Concentration version 1.0.
||A measuring, unit conversion applet.
||A tool to help you layout your text.
||The classic, text-based game.
||Metronome is an instrument which generate repeated beat
tone at a constant interval. This program simulates graphically a traditional mechanical
metronome.Online help is provided by this software.
||A library (source code) for drawing a graph and plotting
points. Also contains several functions for counting/positioning items in a memo/db.
||A PocketC bitmap editor that doubles as a version of
PicCross - a puzzle game in which you select pixels in an image based on row/col clues
||Timothy J. Lipetz
||An excellent MasterMind game.
||Timothy J. Lipetz
||A simple game of moving a cursor around a grid of numbers
trying to cover the whole screen
||Timothy J. Lipetz
||A 2 dimensional graphing package
||Calculates the lines, words, and characters of a given
||A Mandelbrot fractal viewer
||A less dangerous version of Russian Roulette
||An evaluation tracking program
||A fun implementation of FreeCell -- and it's free!
||A simple structural drawing program
||A dice applet with several different die configurations
(6-sided, 10 sided, etc.) Generates random numbers.