tinyapps.org cataloged tiny, well-made software for ages. At present, it serves mainly as an occasional tech blog.
As defined by this website, a tiny app (application) is software weighing 1.44MB or less. This ranges from the miniscule Tiny IDEA (a mere 448 bytes), to the awe-inspiring QNX demo disk (which pretty much fills a floppy).
Several well-intentioned but hopelessly flawed antivirus services were reporting this site as dangerous after their automated scans flagged legitimate sysadmin tools like Atomic Web Server and X-Pass. Encrypting the archives (hopefully) avoids this problem. Formerly, the entire downloads directory was protected via basic access authorization, but a compelling argument was made to protect the files instead.
Downloads are now hosted by Neocities. Files can be checked against their SHA-256 hashes found on the locally-hosted downloads index page thusly:
|Operating System||Terminal Command|
|OS X / macOS||
mail at tinyapps dot org
That function is now served through the blog, which is also available via RSS or Twitter.
RSS allows you to subscribe to the blog using a feed reader like Miniflux or Firefox (via Live Bookmarks). More information on Real Simple Syndication can be found here or in this short video.
Miles Wolbe, an itinerant tech on Maui.
Yes. You are 100% responsible for your own actions. Using this site, visiting a link, downloading a program, in short, living, is done entirely at your own risk (and joy).
No. (Well, with the exception of the "Recent Updates" question - that one used to get asked a fair bit.)
last update: 2019.03.14