Slide between two different pictures of the same motive to see the how far the spring has evolved in only two weeks the spring of 2018. One picture is take 1. of May and the second 18. of May.
Drag the slider from side to side see the difference.
The pictures are taken by me.
I create two versions. This one is much simpler and doesnt work on smartphones. The pictures are taken by me.
A simple performance test tool. I made it for fun and to see how well different browsers on different devices handles x-number (deault is 1000) of random color and size ellipses (bubbles) being added on top of each other. Then the canvas is cleared, but this time the bubbles are multiplyed by 0.98, and being drawn and drawn again and again every 60th microsecond when the canvas is redrawn.
This is in every aspect a very simple drawing app for free-hand drawing. It is currently right under 100 lines of code, and I could probably have written it with less than half of the chars. I have probably started over 20 drawing applications, and never finished any of them. They were all just proof of concept projects. I realized not long ago that If I had written an app with all the features in this 20+ apps, I think it would have been pretty good. A lightweight online drawing tool. This is why I have started some projects using "<canvas></canvas>" lately. One of them being a performance test tool. I made it for fun and to see how well different browsers on different devices handles x-number (deault is 1000) of random color and size ellipses (bubbles) being added on top of each other. Then the canvas is cleared, but this time the bubbles are multiplyed by 0.98, and being drawn and drawn again and again every 60th microsecond when the canvas is redrawn.
I got a question on Facebook about probability when rolling dice. The case was as follow:
By using the old Greek mathematician algorithm, called Eratosthenes sieve I can calculate
100000 prime numbers on my ten year old desktop.
Calculate between different measurement units.
I will be adding more measurements units
Returns your IP-address, hostname and location (if your browser accepts it)
It is exactly what the heading is says,
a cheat sheet for the Bootstrap framework.
I also test Bootstrap related things in here so it can look messed up from time to time.
It's just a few lines of code to make this work. It doesn't do much, but I like it so I include it anyway. After all, it's my playground! :-)
This is one of the last project I worked on as a Flash developer. I still like it so I want to share it with you
even though Flash has been dead for nearly many years now.
My inspiration for the look is an electrodiagram (ECG or EKG) most people have seen in hospitals or in movie scenes from hospitals. It starts as a "flatline" for a few seconds, meaning there is no heart beat or puls, but when the music starts the heart start "beating" as well. I don't remember the name of the author of the sound track I'm using, but I emailed him when I created this project and asked if it was ok if I used it, and I got his permission I will try to find the name of the composer because credits are important, but that means I have to install Outlook and add a database which is huge > 1GB.
PS: It won't start playing before you click "Allow" somewhere in your browser, were this buttons is located depending on your browser.
I have tested it on all major browsers and it works on everyone on my computers.
This is an old Adobe Air app for guitarists that I developed ten years ago. Features: time-stretch, pitch up/down with 1 semitone intervals, user defined loops.