Category Archives: Animation

Animation is the rapid display of a sequence of images to create an illusion of movement. ( Wikipedia )

Animated GIF Slide Extraction Primer Tutorial

Would you believe … the extraction of an HTML video element still is not too hard using that HTML video element object as the first parameter to a [canvasContext].drawImage method call (as you might recall reading the recent Canvas DrawImage … Continue reading

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Colouring In Drag and Drop Animated Background Images Tutorial

One image can a background image make. More than one images can a moving picture make. And that is why, after yesterday’s Colouring In Drag and Drop Multiple Background Image Tutorial, we turn our attention to a first … animated … Continue reading

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Canvas Drag and Drop Positively Practical Tutorial

We all know “there’s practical” and “there’s practical”, and with yesterday’s Canvas Drag and Drop Positively Robust Tutorial all the new Drag and Drop functionality is getting there, but what if … user starts scribbling on the canvas … allow … Continue reading

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Canvas Drag and Drop Positively Robust Tutorial

The recent Canvas Drag and Drop Even Less Ephemeral Tutorial progress allowed for … animated GIF (and other incarnation) media file creation logic for the emailer … and today we add in … animated GIF (and other incarnation) media file … Continue reading

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Making of Canvas Drag and Drop Ephemeral Tutorial

Some recent tutorials called Canvas Drag and Drop Primer Tutorial and Canvas Drag and Drop Less Ephemeral Tutorial involved animated GIF presentations with slides created via the macOS Screenshot desktop application utility (ie. in /Applications/Utilities folder) we talked about with … Continue reading

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Canvas Drag and Drop Even Less Ephemeral Tutorial

In yesterday’s Canvas Drag and Drop Less Ephemeral Tutorial … image slides … could go into … data URI list … could be hashtagged … along with a … delay argument … then, via user button click, sent via “a” … Continue reading

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Canvas Drag and Drop Less Ephemeral Tutorial

We’re bucking the trend, today, “offering less” but “producing more”, we’re hoping, on top of the progress of yesterday’s Canvas Drag and Drop Ephemeral Tutorial …. adding totaking from an “internal use only” level of ephemeralness which only offered an … Continue reading

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Canvas Drag and Drop Ephemeral Tutorial

Onto yesterday’s Canvas Drag and Drop Primer Tutorial‘s … proof of concept feel to being able to drag and drop via the canvas element … today we have … proof of concept ideas regarding future sharing and collaboration aspects to … Continue reading

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