CSTools is an advertisement supported application maintained by Dr. Michael Litman and a team of Computer Science students at Concordia University Wisconsin. It has a goal of providing technology related students and professionals with the utilities and information they need to make their lives easier.
CSTools has been initially populated with a few utilities and algorithms, but relies on users like you to financially support us by clicking on ads that interest you as well as sending us suggestions for new content, or even creating content for us. For example, if you have an algorithm you use all of the time email it to us at firstname.lastname@example.org along with your name and if we add it to the available content in CSTools we will credit you within the application.
Algorithm content is maintained external to the application so look for your submitted algorithms to be made available within CSTools quickly. CSTools displays the algorithm's source code inside of the application for quick reference and also allows you to quickly email yourself or others the source code so they may copy it and use it in their own projects. So do your part and help support and build a great knowledge base for technology students and professionals today!
Initial utilities include:
-base converter for binary, decimal, octal, and hexadecimal
-bit converter for bits, kilobits, megabits, gigabits, terabits, bytes, kilobytes, megabytes, gigabytes, and terabytes
Initial algorithms include source code covering several different problem types. Source code is provided in C#, Java, and Objective-C. It should be noted that you can submit source code in other languages as well.
Download your free copy today, and help support the CSTools knowledge base by sending your content and suggestions to email@example.com. Also please consider clicking on an ad before closing the app each time you use the app to financially support our time for the future development and maintenance of CSTools.