This blog is simply an opportunity to record the snippets of code, and demos I’ve created over the years. Some posts I’ve even gone as far as creating a tutorial or fuller documentation. I try to leave code and demos in a workable state, but nothing is guaranteed to work. Feel free to leave comments if you can spot problems or suggest improvements.
The code I provide here is free for you to use and abuse in whatever project (including commercial) you see fit to use it in – I only ask that you keep any copyright block (or at least the @author part) intact, to maintain some credit where credit is due.
No official support is given to any code here, although if you have a problem, leave a comment and I’ll probably respond. I can’t offer custom variations of my classes or code for free – I am available for hire though.