My name is Rolf Smit. I’m a computer science student, working and living in the Netherlands. I have a passion for programming, especially mobile development. Currently I work as a freelance app developer and I created some cool stuff you might want to check-out.
Besides hard-core coding I’m also interested in UX and design. In my spare time I like to photograph things, listen to music and scuba-dive.
- Android (SDK and NDK)
- Embedded software (C++)
- HTML5, CSS3
- MySQL, SQLite
- Test-driven development
Pixie Dust is a special story, it originally started as a programming challenge. But after the first prototype it turned out to be much. Pixie Dust is a 2d real-time sandbox game written in mainly C++. Players can mix up elements and see them: grow, burn, vaporize, explode, dissolve, you name it. It’s literally possible to create wicked chemistry experiments or just blow everything up. Pixie Dust has become quite popular, with over 20.000 downloads in the first six months. In the future I would like to add more elements, achievements and online sharing.
Technologies: Android NDK and SDK, OpenGL (C++, Java)
Platforms: Android 2.3+
Tinycore is my first ever commercial app. Tinycore is a small utility app for Android and enables users to monitor things like RAM, CPU, or GPU usage in the status-bar. Tinycore originally started as a very basic app but has grown into a highly adjustable app with many options. Tinycore has been downloaded over 30.000 times and has been featured on the XDA forum protal.
Platforms: Android 2.2+
BubbleTap is an Android game created in some spare time. The original idea was to create a simple, classic looking game. BubbleTap uses Play Game Services for in-game achievements and leaderboards.Technologies: Android
Platforms: Android 4.0+
Royal Jongbloed Bible apps
Royal Jongbloed is a worldwide well known publisher located in Holland, they are specialized in Christian books and Bibles. Together with Royal Jongbloed I developed a series of Bible apps to read and study Dutch Bible translations in. Some of the most important key features are: offline access including search functionality, ease to use and an optimized layout for reading. Currently there are six Bible translations available, five Dutch and one English.
Technologies: Android, USFM (ParaText)
Platforms: Android 2.2+ Release date: 31 January 2014