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Feedback Annotation Canvas Image Tokens Tutorial

The discovery in yesterday’s Linux sendmail Remote Attachment Tutorial that … in the “body” section part of the email above the attachment we’ve written functionality for Content-Type: text/plain … so why not today write functionality to cater for Content-Type: text/html … Continue reading

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Feedback Annotation Canvas Image Filter Tutorial

There are other image filters we can apply on top of yesterday’s Feedback Annotation Canvas Pixels Tutorial canvas pixel and transformational ones, they being ones that make use of the PHP GD image library. But there is a way to … Continue reading

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Feedback Annotation Canvas Pixels Tutorial

So far with our revisit work on the Feedback web application of yesterday’s Feedback Annotation Image Cover Contain Tutorial we haven’t talked much about the middle person conduit of data, the HTML(5) canvas element, it being a useful “middle person … Continue reading

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Feedback Annotation Image Cover Contain Tutorial

Do you remember a discussion here about the CSS property background-size we discussed with CSS3 Background Size Contain and Cover Primer Tutorial? It’s become one of our favourite properties ever since our bid for the Opera House failed?! Well, today, … Continue reading

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Mobile Feedback Annotation Image Camera Capture Tutorial

Mobile devices, those “smart ones”, gave us a very useful advantage on top of a lot of the laptops that preceded them (regarding personal computing) … the inbuilt camera. HTML came along before the modern smart phone or tablet, so … Continue reading

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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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