Tim
Parnell

I write code for Web, Desktop, and iOS

Hi, I am Tim Parnell. I have been making Mac software since 2007, when I released one of my most popular projects, MacDust. I am now a software developer with several products available.

I currently work with BKeeney Software. In the past I have worked with the TinyGrab team; and as an in-house developer for MacHeist.

I am not available for contract work at this time.


My Work

Answers

Answers makes the challenge of writing help docs simple and easy.

WebGen

Generates empty WebSDK control wrappers for Xojo web in a snap.

2016
WebStudio

A collection of my Xojo Web controls, available as one easy to use package. Brings Bootstrap controls to Xojo, and features workaround hot-fixes for some Xojo bugs.

2015
HTML Edit

An easy to use WYSIWYG rich text editor with HTML input and output for Xojo Developers. Originally created as a component for Answers, the control was sold to GraffitiSuite as both a Desktop and Web control.

2014
Answers

Created to encourage software developers to write documentation for their products by offering this cool free app. Answers is used daily by developers around the world.

2012
Mac Client for yourls

Created a Mac desktop client, for the lovely yourls URL shortener. Desktop client featured a global keyboard shortcut, and a history of links.

2009
TinyGrab

Worked on the Mac desktop client. Maintained features, and updated the code for the new upload API. Added drop-on-menuitem feature with the help of friends.

2009
MacHeist Chat

Desktop chat client that connected with the web-based chatroom to receive server notifications which were pushed to Growl, and featured dock icon badges.

2007
MacDust

Created back when hard drive space was much more limited, MacDust cleaned out caches and other support files that got large rather quickly. One of the pioneers in the category, it also cleaned logs, transcripts, and miscellaneous "dusty" files.


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