Homebrew Repository

Discussion in 'Wii - Hacking' started by ShadowSonic2, Jul 9, 2011.

  1. ShadowSonic2

    ShadowSonic2 Advanced Member

    Dec 17, 2010
    Green Hill Zone
    Homebrew Repository! - http://homebrewrepo.com
    BluPhant (Coding)
    ShadowSonic2 (Server Side Maintenance)

    We don't have a full demo yet but its being worked on right now. We are working on a PC Application. This PC Application will be a huge homebrew repo for Wii Homebrew Apps and eventually DS (and more?). The application runs on the user's computer and a large amount of homebrew available from the front page and info on that homebrew. Users can download homebrew to their SD Card with the click of a mouse, users will even be able to keep their homebrew apps up-to-date as the application will also check for updates. In other words, a huge, smart Repository for Homebrew.

    This is a screenshot of an EARLY beta version.
    We may have a lot of UI improvements coming...

    Follow The Project on Twitter:

    (Possible) Features
    - Easy to Use Interface
    - View all available Homebrew from your Desktop.
    - View Info on Homebrew (Description, Version, Release Date, etc)
    - Download Homebrew straight to your SD Card/USB Device
    - Check for updates for Homebrew on SD Card/USB Device
    - Automatic Updates?
    - Auto-detect unknown Homebrew on SD/USB Device
    - Free to use and free of ads. It relies on donations.


    We're collecting donations to help cover the cost of the servers and website. Faster we collect this, the faster we're ready to go.
  2. scooby74029

    scooby74029 "fake coder"

    May 7, 2010
    United States
    oklahoma, USA
    i think its an awesome idea if i had a few extra dollars i would donate but its been really tight with money here lately

    hope to see this up and running soon
  3. Jacobeian

    Jacobeian GBAtemp Advanced Maniac

    May 15, 2008
    Never heard the Homebrew Browser developer asking for money for hosting the apps and I think it's a little bit premature to buy a website/server before having anything published. I doubt you are going to have massive bandwidth need at the beginning (if ever) and there are many free solutions to store that kind of stuff online (googlecode, wordpress, etc) or you could even use direct link to official websites when possible since those are not your apps anyway.