Since I can’t find the time to continue working on these two projects, and a lot of people are asking for new features, I have decided to release the source code of DemoGod and ScreenSplitr to the public. I have decided to use the GPL license. I believe that by helping the community, the community can help back and maybe provide bug fixes, patches, suggestions.
A few things about ScreenSplitr:
ScreenSplitr supports rotations meaning that if you tilt the iPhone, ScreenSplitr will detect it and adjust the output by rotating the images on the fly.
Additionally, ScreenSplitr can serve a flash based vnc client (based on FlashLight-VNC). That’s what happens when you click on the “Experimental” link on the home page before it switches automatically. ScreenSplitr serves a custom templatized crossdomain socket policy file as well to allow the flash player to connect back to the iPhone on the Veency port (5900). The url is http://iphoneip:8099/content/viewer/FLViewer_t.html.
(Note: ScreenSplitr also embeds an applet based vnc client but it’s not as good so it’s currently dormant but you can reach it at http://iphoneip:8099/content/viewier/VncViewer.html)
A few things about DemoGod:
DemoGod is based on iPhoney which is using Webkit to render any html page. DemoGod renders a local html page and uses Bonjour to look for ScreenSplitr instances on the network. When it finds one, it uses the discovered url to display the iPhone name with a link to http://iphonename.local.:8099/screensplitr.
Lately, I have tried to support Veency inside DemoGod but it seems that Webkit keeps crashing when trying to load the Flash plugin. If someone wants to help with it, just try to click on the Veency link in parentheses next to the iphone name.
Enjoy and contribute back!