archive .source code
Posted on May 28, 2017
#ChangingTracks_170528 The other day I heard a NodeJS developer state that ‘these days you cannot be a web-developer without knowing about the Command Line Interface’; making me smile as I wondered how many younger members of the development community would actually know that ‘CLI’ has been around a lot longer than Node or Javascript (or, […]
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Obfuscating JavaScript
Posted on May 19, 2017
I’m now obfuscating my JS code and linking to these files as part of inputforcolor’s new commercial expansion. This essentially means that I can demonstrate ifc webtemplates online whilst making it a little more difficult for viewers to take the code and adapt it. In this sense ‘obfuscation’ is similar to protecting copyright, but the […]
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The Rubaiyat of Omar Khayyam Colouring Book (Part I)
Posted on April 2, 2017
I recently purchased a rather battered copy of The Rubaiyat of Omar Khayyam from a second-hand book shop, with the idea of carrying out a joint project with my son to transform the book into a digital version. As well as the beautiful decorative border and frontispiece art, there are 12 illustrations drawn by the […]
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The English Grammar in Web Development
Posted on March 21, 2017
Jonas Schmedtmann_ a web development lecturer, came up with an interesting analogy that compares the main languages used in web development to word classes in English grammar. His argument is that if HTML (which usually contains the content of a webpage) is similar to English language ‘nouns’, then the CSS which styles a webpage is […]
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The Source Code Template
Posted on March 16, 2017
There are two code pages connected to inputforcolor’s portfolio. One is all about how the portfolio itself has been built, into the structure of a WordPress blogsite (about .portfolio), and the other focuses on the renewed learning of Javascript and various packages compiled from Javascript, such as Angular2 & NodeJS, which are all part of […]
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ifc first WordPress template page
Posted on February 25, 2017
At time of posting this portfolio blogsite is still ‘Under Construction’ but this post marks a small milestone being passed. I don’t think any portfolio pages will use WordPress’ page.php; though ‘index’ & ‘front-page’ will be utilised, the other pages will all be customised templates. This however, is the first!
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