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HTML5 Web Audio Mudcube Piano Integration Composing Tutorial

As promised in yesterday’s HTML5 Web Audio Mudcube Piano Integration Keyboard Tutorial as we left it with … Next stop “Work out a Protocol to Compose Chords”, maybe, into the future … … we’re back to the future (tee hee) … Continue reading

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HTML5 Web Audio Mudcube Piano Integration Keyboard Tutorial

The web application of HTML5 Web Audio Mudcube Piano Integration Mobile Debug Tutorial makes minimal use of the keyboard, though it can be used for “composing” your own musical works into a textarea element. “While you see a chance, take … Continue reading

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HTML5 Web Audio Mudcube Piano Integration Mobile Debug Tutorial

Yesterday’s HTML5 Web Audio Mudcube Piano Integration Tutorial was tested on non-mobile platforms, but with mobile (iOS) work we sometimes reach different parts of the Javascript client code, the reason being that the non-mobile platforms do not require that “button … Continue reading

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HTML5 Web Audio Mudcube Piano Integration Tutorial

The integrations of the recent HTML5 Web Audio Piano Mobile Safari Web Inspector Debug Tutorial have a lot in common with today’s … audio applicability … in conjunction with … piano … basis. But this integration to an older “piano … Continue reading

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HTML5 Web Audio Piano Mobile Safari Web Inspector Debug Tutorial

There were problems peculiar to mobile platforms involved in the work of yesterday’s HTML5 Web Audio Piano Mobile Tutorial. But just how did we arrive at a solution? We can tell you now a placement of Javascript “alert” popup windows … Continue reading

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HTML Nav Tag Primer Tutorial

Simple “across the top” webpage menus are very popular. We just about all read left to right or right to left, so horizontal menus like this make sense. HTML5 came along and made the job of creating non-hierarchical horizontal menus … Continue reading

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WordPress Blog Collaborative Annotated Email FormData Post Tutorial

Yesterday’s WordPress Blog Collaborative Annotated Email User Experience Tutorial helped with practicalities regarding user experience with this WordPress Blog highlighting of text accumulated into the body (as HTML attachment) and subject (as text) of an Annotated Email form of collaborative … Continue reading

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WordPress Blog Collaborative Annotated Email User Experience Tutorial

Did you try yesterday’s WordPress Blog Collaborative Annotated Email Tutorial highlighting of text Annotated Email functionality? If you did, you might have found a “hair trigger” timed user experience. You had a very small amount of time to decide on … Continue reading

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