A while ago, the Amiga gained the ability to access Google Drive and Dropbox as DOS Handlers from the command line or Dopus. See the links here:
Now, Google-connected printers can be used by the Amiga using the Google Cloud Print device. It has the name gcp.device so it appears to be treated like other device drivers. I haven’t tested it yet, but I think that you’ll have to authenticate with your Google account somehow to get it working (like the Google drive handler above.
Here’s the link:
Google Cloud Print for Amiga
I thought this poster looked great and wanted to share it. Click for a larger image.
It’s available for purchase here:
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Here’s the first article:
Amibian + Smart Pascal: blog link
Smart Desktop: Amibian past, present and future: blog link
As a quick test, the guy streamed a WinUAE desktop session from another computer to his Amibian HTML5 desktop (running on a Raspberry PI) to make an Amiga Application server:
Here’s a nice intro to those looking into coding for the Amiga:
Link to Coppershade’s Amiga Development Environments.
There are a few articles on hardware programming on their main site.
Also, while talking about coding, if you are an OS4.x developer and want to see an example of coding the new Ringhio progress bar for your own project, check this link out.
This one is an AGA shoot-em-up game, currently under development and taking preorders: AlarCity .
Check out the gameplay:
A downloadable demo is available on their webpage (see AlarCity link above)
So, I’ve blogged about this cool project before( here , and here ), but the developer expanded this very cool RTG card with an extension that plugs into the big box Video slots to allow games to run through the card and output via HDMI.
Check it out:
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So, the guy that has been Vlogging on YouTube about his open-source 68030 accelerator every week or so just announced his plans to make a 68040 version for the Amiga 500. Wow!