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Video via Image Filter and Canvas Magnifier Mobile Tutorial

We hadn’t tested the work of yesterday’s Video via Image Filter and Canvas Magnifier Tutorial on mobile platforms, and because it is so mouse event sensitive, yes, there are quite a few issues. Also, on an iPad, the issues were … Continue reading

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Video via Image Filter and Canvas Magnifier Tutorial

When thinking of the HTML img element’s relationship with the HTML5 canvas element there are loads of importing and exporting possibilities between them, but one that just has to live in the img world alone are … CSS filters do … Continue reading

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Video via Canvas File API Tutorial

Yes, some of you probably guessed correctly, regarding where we’d go after yesterday’s Video Pixel Manipulation via Canvas Tutorial. As a background to this, we see for web applications, two primary source “partitions”, those being … around the “net” (in … Continue reading

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Canvas Image Capture Ajax FormData Annotation Dropdown Tutorial

It is probably not surprising we involve HTML select element (“dropdowns”) related to our progress on canvas based Web Storage standing order type scenarios with our “Media Capture Email” web application we got the Web Storage working with yesterday’s Canvas … Continue reading

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Canvas Web Storage Image Capture Ajax FormData Annotation Tutorial

It’s time for “Intersessional Thoughts Part II” today, continuing on with our “Media Capture Email” web application from yesterday’s Mobile Canvas Image Capture Ajax FormData Annotation Tutorial. Previously, for some intersessional thoughts that did not involve a lot of data, … Continue reading

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Mobile Canvas Image Capture Ajax FormData Annotation Tutorial

Yesterday’s Canvas Image Capture Ajax FormData Annotation Tutorial‘s new Canvas Annotation functionality was not great for mobile devices. Today, we improve via … “floating” better the position of our “overlayed” Canvas Annotation menu so that it sidles up near canvas … Continue reading

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Canvas Image Capture Ajax FormData Annotation Tutorial

A precursor to today’s continuation of “Image Capture Email” web application HTML5 canvas functionality was the previous Image Capture Ajax FormData Upload Canvas Tutorial as that proof of concept that the canvas … onclick event could be trapped and coded … Continue reading

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Media Capture Asynchronous Ajax FormData Upload Progress Tutorial

Onto the recent Image Capture Asynchronous Ajax FormData Upload Tutorial “Media Capture” web application (but a “spoiler alert” soon (maybe tomorrow) is that we will argue that this can become a mobile application for you mobile users too), today we … Continue reading

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