Blog articles tagged 'javascript'

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on 3/12/2011 9:13 AM
I wrote previously about how you can set up multiple observable sequences and subscribe to them with multiple observers and create a many-to-many relationship between them. Whilst this is a very flexible model with a clear separation of responsibilities, [...]
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on 3/7/2011 4:11 PM
Matthew Podwysocki posted a couple of very good articles on RxJS on codebetter.com and amongst them was a simple demo to do a look up on wikipedia using their open API: Introduction to the Reactive Extensions for JavaScript – Wikipedia Lookup Unfortunatel[...]
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on 3/6/2011 8:17 AM
One of the great things about the Reactive Extensions for Javascript is that you can easily create a many-to-many relationship between observable sequences of values and observers who handles the arrival of new values. You should have a read of these coup[...]
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on 3/6/2011 4:20 AM
Been a while since I’ve been meaning to check out Reactive Extensions for Javascript, I have been using the .Net version for a while now and blogged about some of the cool things you can do with the .Net version. Although there are many sources where you [...]
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on 2/27/2011 3:20 PM
Another productive weekend bares fruit for another mini game! This time I’ve put together a dojo-themed mini game whose sole purpose is to test your ability to do simple (well, mostly) arithmetic calculations in your head and your tolerance for my sense o[...]
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on 2/23/2011 6:44 AM
Whilst working on the MathDOJO mini game one of the neat little things I tried to do was implement a time meter which steadily counts down and changes colour (from green to yellow to glowing red) as it approaches 0: First, you need something to represent [...]
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on 1/30/2011 12:23 PM
I saw this tutorial the other day, it’s cool but I fancied taking it a step further and make it useful as an app rather than just a fancy way to show some structured data on the screen. Here’s a list of the features which I wanted to add: being able to ed[...]
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on 1/22/2011 2:10 PM
In part 4, I put together the foundations for a mini shooting game, with targets moving on the screen and you can ‘hit’ them by clicking inside the targets, etc. etc. I promised an update to make it feel more like a game, so here it is! Adding a backgroun[...]
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on 1/21/2011 5:53 PM
Following on from part 3 where we basically made a little app that lets you scribble with HTML5’s canvas element, let us push on and see what else we can achieve with the canvas element. The logical next step would be to made animations, and give you a wa[...]
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on 1/15/2011 6:14 PM
Java vs C# As Jon Skeet pointed out in this excellent article on closures, the strategies of capturing the execution context which the behaviour is bound to different between Java and C#. C# captures the variable itself, whereas Java captures the value of[...]
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