I am a software developer with a keen interest in mobile devices, and system internals.
Currently, I work at TeamSpeak, and sometimes make things in my spare time.
Xen HTML allows for displaying widgets on both the iOS Lockscreen and Homescreen.
It provides a number of useful features:
Homescreen Background Layer
Adds support for rendering a widget behind icons.
This layer has full touch support.
Adds both a stationary background layer behind the lockscreen, and a moving foreground layer for widgets.
Integrated Widget Settings Editor
Both Options.plist and config.js can be easily modified whilst in Settings.
Provides support for a new file widget developers can use, which can give additional metadata to Xen HTML.
It also allows for the usage of Options.plist in any widget, and is fully backwards compatible.
See Documentation for more information.
Improved Performance and Stability
Xen HTML uses new WebKit APIs from Apple to help improve performance, and to optimise battery usage.
Widget Placement Adjustments
Provides drag and drop support for moving around widgets whilst in Settings.
All settings can be previewed without leaving Settings.
No Resprings for Settings Changes
No settings change in Xen HTML's settings panel will ever require a respring.
Why should I use this?
The idea behind Xen HTML is that it unifies all existing HTML-based tweaks together, and improves their performance using new APIs where possible.
12th September, 2016
ReProvision provides automatic re-provisioning of iOS applications to avoid the 7-day expiration associated with free certificates.
ReProvision never requires a paid developer account to install applications.
It provides a number of useful features, such as:
Automatic re-signing of locally provisioned applications.
Saving of your Apple ID login details (Note: sensitive information is stored in the Keychain).
.ipa files through Safari and other applications.
Support for signing Apple Watch applications.
3D Touch menu to manually re-sign from the Homescreen.
It has also been designed to use the lowest amount of battery power possible, via a background daemon.
12th August, 2018
14th December, 2018