The invention of the telegraph as the first electrical telecommunications system is an important landmark in the history of communication, but while the tech itself is very interesting hardware, from the coding point of view I’m more interested in the Morse code used to send messages with it.
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When collaborating on projects and helping debugging websites and web apps, I often notice that a lot of developers miss out on a lot of useful features that Chrome DevTools have to offer, making their debugging experience more painful and time consuming, so I’m presenting my “tool-bag” of Chrome DevTools features that help me solve code issues faster.
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In a country with a population of just 2 million people you can quickly figure out that not many are developers and if you take those that are, you can find out that game developers are even more uncommon, since earning your everyday bread in this wild industry is similar to playing lottery. Yet, there has always been a lively game development scene in Slovenia and some players managed to make it big. Out of curiosity I researched it a bit, trying to collect some of the pieces together into a brief history of Slovenian game development, since I couldn’t find anything around.
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js13k2018 challenge done in collaboration with Adam Giacomelli.
Keep the bar leveled.
Code freely available for forking on https://github.com/easwee/snooffline
Also check out my previous years entries Balls juggle and Baloon operator.
100k decimals of pie visualized on html canvas – simple script alternates between 4 quadrants. Fiddle script: https://jsfiddle.net/easwee/adq4a4e7/
Rastapico from Jamaica is gonna chop some plants today! A simple Pico-8 8-bit game done in 12 hours.
Due to console controller key setup X = N – move with arrow keys.
Sample song by Soundtribe Sector 9 – Better Day
Few snapshots from our 10 day trip around island of Malta and Gozo.
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Tiny Sunday project – html game based on unicode characters as graphics.
This will probably render differently across various OS/browsers – depends on unicode support and it’s rendering. As far as I tested it works and renders nicely in latest Opera and Chrome (both Linux and Windows) – Firefox cuts part of smiley since it renders it bigger.
Try it below: