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Screenshot Annotating in iOS Primer Tutorial

In a similar line of thinking to yesterday’s Email iOS Vignette Primer Tutorial we feature, today iPhone and iPad (ie. iOS) … Screenshot Annotating … on the way among … screenshot (whatever currently appears on your iOS screen) via Home … Continue reading

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Input Colour Picker Multiple Linear Gradient Background Feedback Undo Tutorial

Yesterday’s Input Colour Picker Multiple Linear Gradient Background Feedback Tutorial had us starting out on our … “Feedback” web application integration with … Linear Gradient stroke and fill for … canvas element circles, text, lines, rectangles … via … Colour … Continue reading

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Input Colour Picker Multiple Linear Gradient Background Feedback Tutorial

Yesterday’s Input Colour Picker Multiple Linear Gradient Background Time Tutorial‘s external Javascript has been put to the test, that of “software integration”, today, and passed. By what criteria? There is no better criteria than “a thing integrated into changed” and … Continue reading

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Input Colour Picker Multiple Linear Gradient Background Time Tutorial

Yesterday’s Input Colour Picker Multiple Linear Gradient Background Primer Tutorial could do with some more “genericization chops“. With any web application that is … largely “external Javascript” as far as the scripting goes … and has been tested with … … Continue reading

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Input Colour Picker Multiple Linear Gradient Background Primer Tutorial

We’ve got two ideas floating around today’s proof of concept “Input Colour Picker Multiple Linear Gradient Background” web application concept, the second being the “proof of concept” bit, at least for us … dynamically created linear-gradient backgrounds (as you can … Continue reading

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