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Dynamic Javascript and the YouTube Embedded API Tutorial

Webpages without Javascript are generally pretty static and boring. Javascript is that dynamic client addition to webpage functionality, but perhaps you only think of it as that statically written part of the webpage unable to be reloaded into effect after … Continue reading

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Worldwide Country Quiz Game Moderation Tutorial

Blogs have become a bigger and bigger force in the online world. They allow for various forms of moderation from fully vetted to “allowed through to the keeper”. Today, for our quiz we add some functionality that is … suitable … Continue reading

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Worldwide Country Quiz Game Personalization Tutorial

You often come across the term “Personalization” with regard to software functionality. In broad brush terms we see the idea of … Personalization of software is a means by which functionality is handed over to the user to shape its … Continue reading

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Worldwide Country Quiz Game YouTube Tutorial

Building on our start to our “Worldwide Country Quiz” (game) project with Worldwide Country Quiz Game Primer Tutorial as shown below, today we add functionality that uses the marvellous YouTube API for embedding videos into HTML iframe elements, to offer … Continue reading

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Australian Geographical Quiz Context Tutorial

We are continuing on with our Australian Geographic quiz today, building on our Australian Geographical Quiz Primer Tutorial start yesterday, with some added functionality to assist with “finding out more”. Which is natural for us when we come upon information … Continue reading

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Karaoke via YouTube API in Iframe Email Tutorial

It’s good with a web application like our “Karaoke via YouTube API” one to have a means by which you share what you are doing, and because we have based it on GET parameters, then an email link is a … Continue reading

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Karaoke via YouTube API in Iframe Emoji Tutorial

For a long time we resisted the use of emoji, thinking that their use was a bit lame, but more and more, as times goes on, we find good use for them. It is kind of predictable though for quite … Continue reading

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Karaoke via YouTube API in Iframe Microphone Tutorial

It was always a plan with the “Karaoke via YouTube API” that we would try to “splice” in user contributions for a more real “Karaoke” experience. I’ve done work on this before, and it takes a lot of web server … Continue reading

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