Archive for August, 2013

Release of Jace.NET 0.8.3

August 28, 2013 Leave a comment

A new version of Jace.NET has been released that includes fixes for two bugs that were identified by Mikael Palmblad. It is recommended for all users to upgrade. The latest version of Jace.NET can be found on GitHub and NuGet

Besides the bugfixes, two additional functions were added to Jace.NET: ifless and ifmore. Both functions accept four parameters:

ifless(a, b, c, d)
If a > b then return c else d

ifmore(a, b, c, d)
If a > b then returns c else d

Categories: Jace.NET

Calc#: a calculator for Windows Store

August 19, 2013 Leave a comment

Recently, I decided to have a look at Windows Store app development. The result is Calc#; a free calculator app based on Jace.NET (the calculation engine for .NET I have built in my free time). Calc# supports the calculation of all possible mathematical formulas. These formulas can contain variables and mathematical functions such as sine, cosine, arcsine, natural logarithm, common logarithm, square root …


The design philosophy behind Calc# was: less is more. The UI contains the strict minimum that is needed to deliver a great user experience (or at least what I taught a calculator really needs).

Please download my app from the Windows Store and let me know your feedback 🙂


Categories: Jace.NET, Windows 8