“Cornucopia – Minecraft SG Aid” is for all Minecraft Survival Games (MCSG™) players, both skilled and novice. Its purpose is to serve the community with useful information regarding Minecraft game mechanics, maps, statistics, and items. We aim to represent the great MCSG™ service though an equally great smartphone application.
Finally, I have reached the last task in the series and I am ending it with an outdated Twitter widget! Using the 1.0 Twitter API adjacent with jQuery, I was tasked to retrieve five tweets with the
Game development can be a daunting task when suggested, especially if never attempted before. But in all honesty they are not so bad. Exercise number six was to create a game, so I did, Silhouette Runner. The naming of my game is quite self-explanatory when played, but the idea might not be.
The HTML5 canvas element is a great new addition to web development. It allows designers to create amazing graphical work in a more standardised way, with increasing support amongst browsers. Working with an HTML canvas for the first time can be challenging task, therefore my choice to create a simple paint application.
The halfway marker has been reached in our exercise chain and this article will be on object orientation on a larger scale than in the first article. Again the tool used is Python. However this time the task was not to create classes and then a UML diagram, but rather the opposite. Using a pre-existing UML diagram to create classes that then can be tested with data.
Creation of my E-portfolio or as I like to call it "The Me Website", has been a challenging task as well as the second piece of work in the series. My E-portfolio was by far the largest of all the assignments, but also inspired the most creativity. The framework, created by me, is based on HTML5 for structure and PHP for dynamic content.
For my ongoing education towards becoming a greater computer programmer, the Department of Computer and System Sciences at Stockholm University, has tasked me with a series of programming exercises. Each exercise more challenging than the next, as it usually goes. This article will cover the first of eight pieces of work, the first being object orientation with python as the tool.