So I made a silly thing one evening. I’ve embedded it above, and you can see the source at https://github.com/crccheck/boating-lake for more details about the inspiration and implementation. I thought my two readers might be interested in my process for preparing the graphics. Finding the source A quick Internet search revealed a clean source for…Read More Boating Lake, aka Photoshop is still useful for the web
LazyColor has been updated! Why choose just from standardized colors when you can could be choosing from colors that sort of also look like real words!Read More LazyColor updated!
What’s this? Another release already? Well yes. I’ve been working on this project, and we use Codebase for project management. And the whole time, I kept thinking, “Why can’t I sort these tickets?!”. Apparently, I’m not the only one, because I overheard some other people say the same thing so I decided to make a…Read More CodebaseHQ Tickets+ for FireFox
So I’ve been playing this game called BattleForge, and there are a handful of websites that exist just to display information about these cards you can collect in the game (think Magic: The Gathering or Pokemon). People have also made Adobe AIR applications and Microsoft Access databases. So, naturally I thought I would pollute the…Read More Announcing allbfcards.com
This one comes with a live demo! One of the biggest problems with my last Canvas experiment is that if you put text labels over points of interest, they quickly clutter up and become difficult to read. In this demo, I take a list of labels and the coordinates they belong, then I treat each…Read More Next adventure in HTML Canvas
I started writing my “Secret Stash” php script as a simple DirectoryIndex skin and evolved it to a full-featured entity of its own. My client needed an aesthetic way of showing their assets. Previously, they would either send them to an open directory on their web server, or write a new HTML page every time…Read More Secret Stash script