Here’s a fun project I worked on most of Sunday: github.com/tlhunter/whisper | ephemeral demo It is a chat app using Node.js, but with a twist. Messages are only viewable by people who are physically near you. This is a concept I’ve been trying to squeeze into my games for a long time. Location is determined using… Read more »
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Inspired by my recent marathon of reading Daemon by Daniel Suarez (a high tech thriller), I came up with the Node News Daemon project. It scans a list of RSS feeds for a list of phrases, and performs an action when a phrase occurs. In the story, the evil mastermind was looking for certain events such… Read more »
I just got my configurable Object to XML Node.js Converter uploaded to GitHub. The goal of the project is to make it easy to generate your response object in your API once, and then depending on the request accept header, either send the raw object or use this to convert that object into XML. Without… Read more »
In this article I describe the frontend HTML5 technologies used to make Cobalt Calibur work. This includes audio, canvas, websockets, and more.
In this article I explain how to get Cobalt Calibur running on Red Hat’s OpenShift cloud platform. This article was republished on the 10gen website.
Here’s the latest picture of my Raspberry Pi. Notice how it’s not in a sexy metal box, but a bland cardboard box (well, not so bland, it once housed an overpriced Apple keyboard). I’m going to stick to hacking apart cheap boxes until I figure out exactly what I’m building; the aluminum case from Adam… Read more »
In this article I explain how to get Cobalt Calibur running on Red Hat’s OpenShift cloud platform.
Well, I suppose it was only inevitable. After getting so excited and developing the game so quickly for a while, I eventually ran out of steam and stopped working on the project (it was about that time my Raspberry Pi arrived). Cobalt Calibur 3 is an HTML5 based game engine with a Node.js backend. The graphics… Read more »
NeoInvoice has finally been shut down. Scroll down and look through the Related Posts if you would like an understanding of the history of the project. This video is of me going over the features of NeoInvoice. This is just in case the project is never built again, I’ll still have a copy of this… Read more »
I’ve done some more work on the enclosure today, thanks to the wide variety of tools provided by the All Hands Active hackerspace in downtown Ann Arbor. A lot of people have been questioning the case I’m building for the Raspberry Pi, since it is so much bigger than the unit itself. I think these… Read more »