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Crazy Trick: Is it a clickbait headline or spam mail?

A simple quiz: Guess whether the text is from a subject in my spam folder or a news headline. Or: 21 scandalous true uncensored answers no one wants you to know, but everyone — including your future life partner — is talking about. [more inside]
posted by c95008 on Sep 23, 2014 - 5 comments

NumbersRound - Countdown-style number problem solver/app

I made a web-app that generates and efficiently solves Countdown-style number problems. Then I turned it into an android app (free of charge and also free of advertising). The javascript powering both is open-sourced under the MIT license.
posted by xchmp on Sep 6, 2014 - 2 comments

Hyper-Yakety-Lapse

Instagram announced Hyperlapse - their new smoothed timelapse app for iOS (which is really cool). I felt it was lacking an 'add yakety-sax' button, so I went and created a bookmarklet to do just that.
posted by TwoWordReview on Aug 27, 2014 - 1 comment

Logs of Lag: League of Legends netlog analysis

A drag-and-drop web tool for analyzing network logs from the game League of Legends. Fast, simple, helps you understand the lag you see while playing the game. It's a simple HTML5 app built with D3.js. Screenshot, GitHub.
posted by Nelson on Jun 8, 2014 - 5 comments

The Disintegrator

The disintegrator lets you select any valid audio file from your library (MP3, wav etc) which is supported by your browser. Once you click play the distortion level continually increases until you're left with a beautifully distorted cacophony! [more inside]
posted by TwoWordReview on May 21, 2014 - 16 comments

SliderBuilder: Make responsive sliders and carousels online

SliderBuilder is an interactive web-based WYSIWYG editor for creating slideshows, content sliders, and carousels for a website or blog. You manipulate slides, layers, images, and text through a web interface, then either generate HTML code to paste into your site or publish your slider at sliderbuilder.com. [more inside]
posted by quarantine on May 16, 2014 - 1 comment

An interactive explanation of quadtrees.

Because I was confused by them initially, I wrote an explanation of the concept of quadtrees (including some details about the D3 implementation of them), with some interactive elements that hopefully provide some hands-on stickiness. I tried to shoot for a non-programmer audience in the end. [more inside]
posted by ignignokt on Apr 24, 2014 - 13 comments

Soundslice interactive sheet music player

Sheet music / guitar tabs rendered entirely in the browser, synced with a real audio recording. Slow down without changing pitch, loop sections, resize notation dynamically. Demo video.
posted by adrian_h on Mar 17, 2014 - 9 comments

Pull-quotable?

Spare yourself the anguish of vainly trying to tweet a 118-character pull quote. [more inside]
posted by daveliepmann on Jan 22, 2014 - 2 comments

acb's technical journal

I have started a new technical blog, where I will be documenting various projects I have worked on (typically involving code, though not always). [more inside]
posted by acb on Jul 10, 2013 - 0 comments

Morse Code Decryptor

Inspired by this post, I threw together a bookmarklet for decrypting morse code in a web page. Once you've added the bookmarklet, select the morse code on a page and click it. The decrypted text will pop up in an alert box. Github project here.
posted by rouftop on Jun 17, 2013 - 2 comments

Learn programming with Reeborg

Reeborg's World, an adaptation of Karel the Robot, is designed to teach programming. At present, only Javascript is taught but a Python version is planned for the near future. By design, the progression is very slow but the aim is to cover almost all the basic features (and keywords) of Javascript using a Test-Driven Learning approach. Reeborg's World is free to use and does not require any login.
posted by aroberge on Jun 11, 2013 - 2 comments

Password Generator

Using the same password for multiple email, e-commerce and social networking websites is risky, but the majority of web users still do it. This tool allows you to generate unique passwords for a bunch of popular websites in one step. [more inside]
posted by Lanark on Apr 11, 2013 - 3 comments

Generate images using an evolutionary algorithm by accepting or rejecting random images

This simple JavaScript game allows you to evolve a small image simply by accepting or rejecting random images, allowing them to "reproduce" into a new generation, and then winnowing down that generation to the "fittest" (ie, closest to your desired outcome) individuals. In other words, without drawing, you can--simply by accepting and rejecting images--create an image that you imagine.
posted by candasartan on Feb 28, 2013 - 2 comments

Metropho.rs

Metropho.rs is a geographic metaphor map that plots "X is the Y of Z" tweets by putting the "Y" label on the "X" location. Some nice coverage by the Atlantic Cities blog here. [more inside]
posted by creade on Jan 5, 2013 - 3 comments

Spotmaps - film colour blueprints

Spotmaps is an on-going project to map the colour footprints of different films. The website was designed to show off the completed image library. [more inside]
posted by urbanwhaleshark on Jan 1, 2013 - 2 comments

Powershop.co

Powershop search engine for PC components (like motherboards, CPUs, etc). My basic plan was to create a tool like diskcompare that would work for all types of components, as well as an attempt to come up with a modern HTML5 UI that would let you view and filter data the same way you would in a spreadsheet or database browser. Right now it works for CPUs, GPUs, RAM, Motherboards, Monitors, Hard drives (including SSDs), USB sticks (and flash cards), Monitors, Cases and Fans, as well as Laptops and Tablets. The front-end was done entirely in javascript (about 5k lines of JS before compression), and no HTML is generated server-side, instead plain HTML is sent and the javascript code requests JSON objects for everything else. [more inside]
posted by delmoi on Dec 15, 2012 - 4 comments

Decision Tree Generator

The Decision Tree Generator parses a YAML file and, if it's in the correct syntax, creates a series of questions and responses that can be displayed on a webpage. It doesn't require a login, and the tree you create is around until someone else overwrites it. [more inside]
posted by jsturgill on Oct 25, 2012 - 2 comments

Tabminder: Stop distracted browsing before it starts

Tabminder is a Google Chrome extension I built to intercept distracted browsing and give me occasional reminders to get back to work. When I open a distracting tab on my blacklist, Tabminder starts counting down from a preset time limit. When time's up, it prompts me to close the distracting tab or restart the timer. It's just annoying enough to keep me focused but not so strict that I can't visit MetaFilter once in a while. It works well in combination with StayFocusd to keep me from wasting my daily distraction quota. [more inside]
posted by ecmendenhall on Sep 15, 2012 - 2 comments

Tweetchive, a view of your Twitter archive

Tweetchive is a little web hack I made to show your past tweets in various views. The primary view is a map, there are also views of pictures and text and links. It's not really a finished product, but it's useful enough I launched it. [more inside]
posted by Nelson on Jul 23, 2012 - 1 comment

Project It Yourself!

With an accompanying intro and arty blog post, Project it Yourself rethinks map projections and lets you make new ones from scratch, with nothing more than household math.
posted by tmcw on Mar 16, 2012 - 1 comment

Gibberish Generator

I'm proud to announce my first iPhone App: Gibberish Generator. This app allows you to generate pseudo-random sentences from lists of verbs, nouns, and the like. Optionally, you can enable your contacts, to allow them to be used in the random fun. The result can be tweeted or emailed to your friends. I can't imagine a more useful app than that. Perhaps I need a better imagination. [more inside]
posted by jpburns on Feb 5, 2012 - 0 comments

Chomper 5 - Version 2.0 of my Pac-Man in HTML5 project

Several months ago I linked to my first crack at writing a Pac-Man clone in HTML5. Based on mefite suggestions and my own revision plan, I've completely reworked my original code. Play as Pac-Man, Ms., or Jr., and select from several mazes. Original sound and graphics "borrowed" from MAME emulation. Works best in Chrome and Firefox. [more inside]
posted by hiteleven on Nov 29, 2011 - 6 comments

Javascript graphing calculator

I wrote a little Graphing calculator in HTML5. You enter formulas as javascript code, and the my code evaluates them over and over again to generate an animated graph. You can change the color and width of the function graphs, the background color and add a 'fade effect', which can result in some cool visuals (examples: 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 A B ) and you can generate hyperlinks to anything you create (that's how I linked to the examples.) [more inside]
posted by delmoi on Oct 30, 2011 - 6 comments

Map of prevalent winds in North America

Curious which way the wind blows? Here's a map of historical winds in California and here's a detailed view of Honolulu. WindHistory is an interactive web map that shows wind roses for 2500 stations in North America. Built with SVG, Polymaps, and D3.
posted by Nelson on Jun 7, 2011 - 8 comments

Consequence.js or: How I learned to stop delegating and set the var.

Consequence.js is a small Javascript library for reactive programming: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Reactive_programming [more inside]
posted by hanoixan on Apr 1, 2011 - 2 comments

Web Developer Guide: XHTML, CSS, PHP, JavaScript, HTML5, and PhotoShop

For the last nine years I have taught web development, with a sideline in 3D, while continuing to freelance. The product of this AskMeFi question, my blog contains lectures, lessons, tutorials, resources and practice quizzes for XHTML, PHP and CSS. Increasingly, I’m focusing my writing on JavaScript, CSS3 and HTML5. I’ve just added the (very much beta) ability to sign up and leave comments, with many more features planned. [more inside]
posted by Bora Horza Gobuchul on Mar 2, 2011 - 5 comments

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