QRCode library now has a new website at http://platform.twit88.com/projects/show/mt-qrcode
The SMS library has a new website now. You can get the latest version from http://platform.twit88.com/projects/messagingtoolkit
Please take note it is no longer open source. However, the VB.NET open source version is still available, but no support is provided.
Due to spamming, I do not plan to keep the support forum open anymore.
In future if you have any questions please post it to the blog.
Do let me know also if you have problem downloading any source code here.
The SMS library is being ported from VB.NET to C# but due to lack of time in testing, the release is delayed.
You are welcome to post any queries you have.
Open source solutions offered in this website are under GNU General Public License. For details you can refer to
If you would like to use them for commercial purposes, please leave a comment at my blog. Depending on your usage, a small sum may be charged, or no charge at all.
We are currently working on version 2 of the SMS library. Many bugs reported so far will be fixed in this coming release, which is scheduled to be released in October or earlier.
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QRCode Library is a .NET component that can be used to encode and decode QRCode. QRCode is a 2 dimensional bar code that originated in Japan. Nowadays it is widely used in a wide range of industries, e.g. for vehicle parts tracking and inventory management.
QR stands for “Quick Response”. It was created by the Japanese corporation Denso-Wave in 1994 and is aimed at decoding contents at high speed. Nowadays, QR Code is used in mobile phones to ease data entry.
JCellBrowser is a J2ME cHTML browser which supports most of the cHTML tags.
Some sample screenshots are displayed below: