Hi, I am Tim Parnell. I have been making software since 2007 when I released one of my most popular projects, MacDust. Now I write code for Desktop, Mobile, and Web platforms.
I am currently a freelance consultant. I have worked as an in-house developer for MacHeist, as a Xojo specialist, and with a popular cloud screenshot software startup.
I am available to hire! Please send me an email :)
A Rapid Application Development expert and can maintain your cross platform Xojo project
Enjoy clear communication, a personal service touch, and complete satisfaction with your project
I maintain a high standard of quality and technical integrity with reliable straightforward code
Available for all projects, tough to resolve issues, and development. Contact me today!
Deploy and manage Xojo Web apps
Change logs made easy
Freeze files in time without locking them. Work around apps that crash on locked files.
Built to simplify the deploy process for Xojo Web applications. Upload and update apps, install free SSL certificates, and serve static files with an easy to use GUI.
Launched Strawberry Software, a central home for my software projects.
Microsoft Authenticode sign Windows executables from macOS.
A free tool to help developers maintain and generate version history logs.
Desktop app to control TP-Link devices via their cloud service. Currently a private project and is not available to download.
A simple tool that aids in the creation of custom web controls for Xojo. Ensures the proper constants are in place, and helps set up the control as specified in the docs.
An easy to use WYSIWYG rich text editor with HTML input and output for Xojo Developers. Now part of GraffitiSuite as both a Desktop and Web control.
A module that allows easy access to Build Step related locations in the Classic Xojo Framework. Source code is available on github!
Mac desktop client for the lovely yourls URL shortener. Global keyboard shortcut and a link history feature.
Desktop chat client that connected with the web-based chatroom to receive server notifications which were pushed to Growl, and featured dock icon badges.
When hard drive space was far more limited, MacDust was built to clean up caches and other disposable support files. As one of the pioneer cleaning tool apps, MacDust also removed extra logs, transcripts, and miscellaneous "dusty" files.