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Animated GIF Slide Extraction Reveal Tutorial

Around here, we’re not ashamed to simplify 90% of web design issues into two categories … an “overlay” issue … or … a “reveal” issue … and today’s improvements, pitted against the progress up until yesterday’s Animated GIF Slide Extraction … Continue reading

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Animated GIF Slide Extraction Absolute URL Tutorial

The other user entry the user might do using the Animated GIF Slide Extraction web application of yesterday’s Animated GIF Slide Extraction Browsing Tutorial onto … relative animated GIF URL (within the address bar domain of use or an absolute … Continue reading

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Animated GIF Slide Extraction Browsing Tutorial

As of the recent Animated GIF Slide Extraction Primer Tutorial‘s progress with an Extraction of a User Nominated Animated GIF Slide web application’s … input animated GIF URL modus operandi … today we add … local operating system file browsing … Continue reading

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Animated GIF Slide Extraction Primer Tutorial

Would you believe … the extraction of an HTML video element still is not too hard using that HTML video element object as the first parameter to a [canvasContext].drawImage method call (as you might recall reading the recent Canvas DrawImage … Continue reading

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Javascript Lazy Evaluation Sun Angle Game Tutorial

In this world we all look up at the same … Sun Moon … as our “usual companions” of space. One is tempted to say G’Day but we’re too scared of misspelling it, so we’ll just say … Good Morning … Continue reading

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Javascript Lazy Evaluation Game Sharing Tutorial

In thinking about a sharing, via email or SMS, component on top of the progress of the recent Javascript Lazy Evaluation Bearing Game Tutorial, with our current … Javascript Lazy Evaluations themed … Drag and Drop themed … Geography Quiz … Continue reading

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Javascript Lazy Evaluation Bearing Game Tutorial

Let’s just suppose you’ve got a “hardy crow” (like those in Javascript Lazy Evaluation Crow Fly Game Tutorial) and it doesn’t mind “a bit of chill” on occasions. To minimize the distance it flies to get to a given destination … Continue reading

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Javascript Lazy Evaluation Crow Fly Game Tutorial

To be a crow on the Mercator Projection is to be the “moron” in oxymoron. Yes, have a read of Why is the ‘straight line’ path across continent so curved? Or do they have a “shot of Mercator” and move … Continue reading

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