Category Archives: Games

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Ants Up a Wall Game Toast Tutorial

Further to Ants Up a Wall Game Fixed Tutorial recent progress with our “Ants Up a Wall” game we have a single word … “Toast” … as a means of describing an alternative arrangement to have at the end of … Continue reading

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Ants Up a Wall Game Fixed Tutorial

It’s often hard, with web application games, to know how much “randomosity” is good. Too little, and little interest, but too much and the game might become scatter-brained, and thereby less interesting at the other end of the spectrum. Do … Continue reading

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HTML/Javascript Binary/Octal/Hexadecimal Game Buttons Tutorial

When you think about a makeover to a web application involving user interactive input, you could do a lot worse than concentrating on additional HTML (for us, input type=) button elements. Just about everybody understands the concept of a “button … Continue reading

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Just Javascript Card Game Cursor Tutorial

Today we grew the complexity of the logic for non-mobile cursor users of our 500 or bridge card game web application, after yesterday’s Just Javascript Card Game Mid-UX Tutorial. The logic took a while and the presentation took a while … Continue reading

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Just Javascript Card Game Mid-UX Tutorial

Apropos yesterday’s Just Javascript Card Game SVG Background Data URL Tutorial dive into aesthetics and non-essentials, we venture into some “mid-ux” work today … Mid-UX? What’s that? To our mind it’s that Clayton UX (user experience) improvement push you do … Continue reading

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Just Javascript Card Game SVG Background Data URL Tutorial

We turn back to styling and aesthetics with our 500 and bridge and memories card game “Just Javascript” (ie. no body definition on parent window) web application onto the audio and language work of yesterday’s Just Javascript Card Game Say … Continue reading

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Just Javascript Card Game Say My Memory ISO 639-3 PHP JSON Tutorial

Afficianardos of server side languages such as PHP are bound to tell you a few things … PHP is great at making Javascript look smarter than it is, as it can feed Javascript information ahead of it in the “production … Continue reading

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Just Javascript Card Game Say My Memory ISO 639-3 JSON Tutorial

Did you end up clicking the “star link” of yesterday’s Just Javascript Card Game Say My Memory ISO 639-3 Tutorial that gave us the ISO 639-3 code data? Did you notice … CREATE TABLE [ISO_639-3] ( Id char(3) NOT NULL, … Continue reading

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