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Javascript Multiline User Definable Replace RegExp Multiline Tutorial

The user definable Javascript “replace” code textbox of yesterday’s Javascript User Definable Replace RegExp Multiline Tutorial was not user friendly for ideas beyond that “replace” clause, but we see that the user may be wanting to learn about Javascript as … Continue reading

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Javascript User Definable Replace RegExp Multiline Tutorial

Almost a year on, we revisit the Javascript Replace RegExp Multiline ExecCommand Tutorial, because, after all, if you are an interpretive substitutional kind of thinker you will know Javascript’s replace is the bee’s knees. Yesterday’s ‎AppML Acronyms Hierarchy Tutorial‘s coding … Continue reading

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Javascript Replace RegExp Multiline ExecCommand Tutorial

The star HTML element of the recent Javascript Replace RegExp Multiline Primer Tutorial was the … textarea … and a regular reader will know how we here like to associate textarea thinking with … div contenteditable=true … thinking, representing alternative … Continue reading

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Gimp Guillotine Follow Up Memory Tutorial

It’s a bit arrogant to say a sizeable piece of code you’ve written is “bug free”, especially if it involves user entered data, but it is a good aspiration, like marking at the 50 metre line, on the boundary, for … Continue reading

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Gimp Guillotine Follow Up Zip Tutorial

We’re entering the Goldilocks Zone today as far as “onions of the 4th dimension” thoughts go with the recent GIMP Guillotine Follow Up web application we’ve been developing. it’s too hot thinking we’ll find any “onions of the 4th dimension” … Continue reading

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Gimp Guillotine Follow Up GD Filter Tutorial

With regard to today’s (PHP) GD Filter functionality (additions to the GIMP Guillotine Follow Up web application) we ask you to please not get bored with another angle, or view, of image filtering, here. The more intervention points you can … Continue reading

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Gimp Guillotine Follow Up SVG Animate Tutorial

Continuing on with the SVG ideas within our GIMP Follow Up (image manipulation and display, all with data URL) that we left off yesterday with Gimp Guillotine Follow Up SVG Filter Tutorial, not only can SVG elements involve … filter … Continue reading

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Gimp Guillotine Follow Up SVG Filter Tutorial

Yesterday with Gimp Guillotine Follow Up SVG Tutorial we started down the road with some SVG functionality to our GIMP Follow Up (ie. what we can do with a sequence of related images, and a server side language like PHP) … Continue reading

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