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Worldbank API User Supplied Indicator Name Word List Tutorial

Yesterday’s Worldbank API User Supplied Indicator Code Tutorial … gave the user some WorldBank API Indicator control … but because your average person would not know these codes … today we offer … user entered Word List in the Indicator … Continue reading

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Worldbank API User Supplied Indicator Code Tutorial

In yesterday’s Worldbank API Null Value Issue Tutorial‘s … WorldBank API input XML data … is linked to via … Dropdown list user selected WorldBank Indicator Code … and other user selections … so as to produce … Google Chart … Continue reading

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Worldbank API Null Value Issue Tutorial

The WorldBank API channelling inhouse HTML and PHP web application we talked about with Worldbank API and Looks Nice Debugging Styles Tutorial had a reporting mechanism … [later year] through to [earlier year] based World Bank Indicator of Interest [country … Continue reading

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GeoJson World Countries Drag and Drop Makeover Nuance Tutorial

Nuance alert! We’re not sure if you noticed, but if you tried out the Drag and Drop functionality in the World Countries web application of yesterday’s GeoJson World Countries Drag and Drop Makeover Tutorial you may have noticed … for … Continue reading

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Google Geo Chart and Map Chart Hashtag SMS Tutorial

We’ve reached limits! Yes, researching for SMS sharing conduits within the macOS arrangement here, we believe for iMessage SMS messages there may be a length limit that kicks in around the 18k mark. Anyway, along the line, with SMS messaging … Continue reading

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Google Geo Chart and Map Chart Hashtag Emailing Tutorial

Before we got sidetracked, but along the same “where of life” themes, before the latest recent web application predilections … Earth Scanner Region Picker … we were delving into passing on work from the Google Chart‘s Map Chart to the … Continue reading

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Region Picker GeoJson Area of Interest Tutorial

Meanwhile, back in “Region Picker Land” where, if we’re not mistaken, the grapes are peculiarly sweet this season, and we needed their “fortification” to tackle today’s progress, that being … user has picked a country of interest and has gone … Continue reading

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Region Picker Area of Interest Tutorial

Recently we stumbled across the intriguing CSS property clip-path and set ourselves a one day thinking time to see whether we could make use of this CSS feature. And then it occurred to us with our recent Region Picker, as … Continue reading

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