NewLife Software

NewLife Software

  Binex | Calendar | CharCode | Geneal | Delphi

  Binex

Binex

A Windows console conversion program for binary and hexadecimal-encoded embedded software data files.
Download Binex V2.00 in ZIP-format (70 kbyte)
Read the User manual on-line.


  Calendar

Calendar

Generate a calendar in your own language on-line using a JavaScript. More than 50 languages are available.


  CharCode

CharCode

Convert between different representations of a universal character code on-line using a JavaScript. Optionally a character table is produced.


  Geneal

Geneal

A simple Windows genealogical database application (in Dutch/English), importing GedCom files and exporting HTML-output.
Download Geneal V2.1 in ZIP-format without installer (583 kbyte)
or Geneal V2.1 in ZIP-format including installer (1.21 Mbyte)
Read the Dutch User manual on-line.


  NewLife Delphi Software

Newlife Delphi Software

The NewLife Delphi Polymorphic XDOM Components Package that extends the OpenXML Extended Document Object Model (XDOM) components package with polymorphic element node and document creation.

The NewLife Delphi Document Components Package is a package for Borland Delphi and C++Builder containing components, actions, and classes for rapid development of single (XML) document applications. With source code and documentation. Now you can create your own XML application without writing a single line of code.

The XML Document Demo application demonstrates the use of the NLPolyXDOM and NLDoc component packages. It features DTD content model guided editing of XML documents, and it includes a wizard for generating source code based on the content model to make the application aware of your own document formats.


  Legal stuff: Since the software presented on this site is for free, you understand that usage of it is completely at your own risk. This disclaimer sounds serious, as it is supposed to be. Nevertheless, you should not encounter any problems if you use the software correctly.

NewLife Software / 21-01-2006 / Ernst van der Pols, Zuidland, Nederland