Every so often I need a break... Not a typical step away break, but rather small challenge. So recently I was playing on my iPhone and I ran into "Minesweeper." I thought to myself real quick... Hmm I can make that pretty easy...
It happens... You get busy, articles and writing and everything in between gets left in the dust. Projects are left unfinished and seemingly you can never get the dust off them.
So here it goes I am slowly going to try and clean off the dust off some of the many projects I once started and left semi-unfinished to nearly unfinished.
I roughly have about 15 projects in general. 2-3 which are never ending and the others could be "finishable." All of which that can be "completed" it would be sweet to finish them this year. Though even that may not be easily done.
Web Browsers have maximum character lengths that once reached will break a GET request.
Internet Explorer has a maximum character limit of 2,083.
FireFox, Safari and Opera can go well over 80,000 characters.
In some cases I have discovered FireFox has a limit similar to IE.
Things you can do...
- Placing your mouse into the canvas area will result in the particles trying to "circle" your mouse.
- Placing your mouse into the canvas and holding down the left clicker will make the particles go into a near perfect circle around the mouse.
- Mousing out of the canvas will make the particles attempt to return to "bouncing."
Lately I have had "caching" on the brain and have been working on a decent way of caching.
So far I have found that caching is obviously faster and in XML format makes it really easy to iterate through in Object format.
My methods so far are
- Checking a database table for current cached item information.
- If it has an expiration date or does not exist the feed needs to be cached.
- If needs to be cached - Caching will grab the feed via curl, fopen, or file_get_contents()
- Feed will then be stored in a file in a specific directory on the server.
- Database will either be updated or inserted with feed information.
Recently I did a post about website loading. Which had me thinking... Paginiation! Its a lovely device that allows you to not have to display all the content on the same page. There are so many forms of pagination and pagination theories. One of which is a newer method called. "Auto Pagination." It is seen on many sites such as local pages on google and several others.
It basically detects the "windows" scroll and once a certain position on the page has been achieved it loads more content into the page. Some other neat useages of this window scroll is on mashable.com when reading an article if you scroll far enough down it will display the next article on the list. But this is about pagination...
Here is a small list of features:
- Unlimited number of sites to hook into.
- Targeting content / tagging content to pages/tags.
- Unlimited varations of content types. Ex: Articles, Banners, and more...
- Records impressions and clicks on specific content types.
- Email Campaigns - Send HTML emails to a list of registered members.
- User/Member Handling - Allows extensive registration details for membership base sites.
- Read more...
- Manage Multiple Sites in one.
- Member Registration
- Page Control / SEO
- And so much more...
Sugar Snap Photography
- Custom Gallery System with CMS.
- Previewing Gallery for customers.
- Front page uses JQuery Gallery from: http://tympanus.net
- Tons of JQuery affects and plugins.
- Blog is powered by Wordpress
- Utilizes Font Face for fancy font changes.
- Branding done by Marco Suarez
- Transformers: Robots in Disguise by Hasbro, Ince https://t.co/25I6K4UvyD by shauncs 907 days ago via iOS
- Its been a long time sense I have "tinkered" in 3D. This brings back memories of working in Adobe Atmosphere. https://t.co/JxPuNSgsK1 by shauncs 1164 days ago via Twitter Web Client
- SO ya my 2 year old and 4 year old sharing there scores on my twitter... I guess they thought I wasn't active enough... by shauncs 1216 days ago via Twitter Web Client
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- I just flew 168m in a brilliant game of #JetpackJoyride on iPad. http://t.co/uUZBoW8vcD http://t.co/iwtRX95hPt by shauncs 1245 days ago via Jetpack Joyride on iOS
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