• What are you working on? v7
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  • [QUOTE=phytocide;34822418]I just found this, yo dawg [url]https://github.com/nikic/PHP-Parser[/url][/QUOTE] I use this in my PHP obfuscator, it's one of the better PHP libraries out there
  • [url=http://i.imgur.com/0Hcwr.jpg][img]http://i.imgur.com/0Hcwrl.jpg[/img][/url] clicky for biggie
  • [QUOTE=Fizzadar;34824891][url=http://i.imgur.com/0Hcwr.jpg][img]http://i.imgur.com/0Hcwrl.jpg[/img][/url] clicky for biggie[/QUOTE] So basically it's an aggregator like the one I was working on a few pages back?
  • [QUOTE=wizard`;34828135]So basically it's an aggregator like the one I was working on a few pages back?[/QUOTE] Certainly seems similar (though currently pulsefeed focuses on rss feeds, but the plan is to include articles/links from facebook & twitter), I assume you are referring to bugle? Either way I've been working on PF for months now: [url]http://www.facepunch.com/threads/1165100[/url]
  • [QUOTE=Fizzadar;34828190]Certainly seems similar (though currently pulsefeed focuses on rss feeds, but the plan is to include articles/links from facebook & twitter), I assume you are referring to bugle? Either way I've been working on PF for months now: [url]http://www.facepunch.com/threads/1165100[/url][/QUOTE] Oh you miss-understood me, I wasn't trying to imply that you were in any way copying Bugle. I was just confused at first as to the purpose of Pulsefeed so I was asking if it was similar in function to what Bugle was. Having actually played around on the site and setup some feeds I can say I'm very impressed by Pulsefeed and would love to see it have facebook and twitter feeds in the future :D
  • [QUOTE=Miljaker;34821788]I don't like the purple.[/QUOTE] I'll get another one to see how it goes.
  • [QUOTE=wizard`;34828489]Oh you miss-understood me, I wasn't trying to imply that you were in any way copying Bugle. I was just confused at first as to the purpose of Pulsefeed so I was asking if it was similar in function to what Bugle was. Having actually played around on the site and setup some feeds I can say I'm very impressed by Pulsefeed and would love to see it have facebook and twitter feeds in the future :D[/QUOTE] hehe, my apologies if I came off as rude! PF might be going under a major overhaul over the next few days (though it probably won't look any different). The plan is to make the php side/etc a pure API-only setup, on pulsefeed.net. Then pulsefeed.com would simply be css & javascript, a web-app as it were. This setup would make it super-simple to build further apps (for iphones, etc), and the same for 3rd party apps.
  • Meeting with investors and CEO going on behind me and I smirk every time I hear the name "long mcdonald" read off the comps they're looking at
  • [QUOTE=jaybuz;34843324]The new Sublime Text 2 icon is rather pukie to say the least.[/QUOTE] And to say it was made by the icon factory.
  • Lovely icon here: [url]https://github.com/dmatarazzo/Sublime-Text-2-Icon/blob/master/st2_icon_128.png[/url] It actually matches the default dark UI.
  • If you don't like it there's a bunch of [URL="http://dribbble.com/search?q=sublime"]replacements[/URL] on Dribbble you could download.
  • Decided to look at some... alternative languages and frameworks... [img]http://img.itsbth.com/2012-02/Screenshot-2012-02-24_23.06.42.png[/img] Code: [url]https://gist.github.com/5c0313acf26f1779a5f4[/url] (chat.models.line just stores everything in a JSON file).
  • Thought I'd post this here. Envato are having a sale for a whole bunch of crap in a pack, $500 for $20 apparently. In case you're interested: [url]http://themeforest.net/bundles/webdesignerpro[/url]
  • [QUOTE=twenty;34854012]Thought I'd post this here. Envato are having a sale for a whole bunch of crap in a pack, $500 for $20 apparently. In case you're interested: [url]http://themeforest.net/bundles/webdesignerpro[/url][/QUOTE] shit that's actually amazing! I might buy it, i'll sleep on it
  • [QUOTE=Alcapwne;34854194]shit that's actually amazing! I might buy it, i'll sleep on it[/QUOTE] I bought it earlier today. Unzipped all the content is 1.91GB. Some of stuff included is actually really useful such as jQuery message boxes and HTML5 Audio players.
  • Console: [code]$ git push git@localhost:drderp/gitrs.git test Total 0 (delta 0), reused 0 (delta 0) To git@localhost:drderp/gitrs.git * [new branch] test -> test [/code] Events Table: [code]--- - drderp - drderp/gitrs - '0000000000000000000000000000000000000000' - 24fabda53c8bb62a5567ef3cc5441b0544b7edcd - refs/heads/test [/code] one of my more recent projects
  • I was bored so I made a chat: [img]http://puu.sh/ifPJ[/img] For the record is there a better way of doing this other than saving it to a text file and using ajax to load it? EDIT: I also made it without one error!
  • [QUOTE=toaster468;34856048]I was bored so I made a chat: [img]http://puu.sh/ifPJ[/img] For the record is there a better way of doing this other than saving it to a text file and using ajax to load it? EDIT: I also made it without one error![/QUOTE] yeah? What language are you using
  • [QUOTE=Ac!dL3ak;34856069]yeah? What language are you using[/QUOTE] PHP :( EDIT: And JQuery. I had most of the code from my other projects. But some of it was pure luck. EDIT: Get in here: [url]http://www.toaster468.com/chat[/url]
  • [QUOTE=toaster468;34856100]PHP :( EDIT: And JQuery. I had most of the code from my other projects. But some of it was pure luck. EDIT: Get in here: [url]http://www.toaster468.com/chat[/url][/QUOTE] there's a better way to do that PHP should handle sending the messages back to the client, and have the messages stored somewhere the client would first tell the server what time it last got the messages, and the server would respond with messages that the client doesn't have, rinse, repeat. The idea is to cut down on the redundancy of the messages that the client is being sent; so if you have a huge chat, you're not loading the chat each time the client asks for the chat. You also might want to include the date the message was sent, and the name of the client (and remove the client's name from the body of the message), and send all that data via json to the browser.
  • [QUOTE=Ac!dL3ak;34856457]there's a better way to do that PHP should handle sending the messages back to the client, and have the messages stored somewhere the client would first tell the server what time it last got the messages, and the server would respond with messages that the client doesn't have, rinse, repeat. The idea is to cut down on the redundancy of the messages that the client is being sent; so if you have a huge chat, you're not loading the chat each time the client asks for the chat. You also might want to include the date the message was sent, and the name of the client (and remove the client's name from the body of the message), and send all that data via json to the browser.[/QUOTE] Ok good tips. Should I increment each post so if the last post the client got was 3 and there are currently 5 lines it would ask for the rest?
  • [QUOTE=toaster468;34856502]Ok good tips. Should I increment each post so if the last post the client got was 3 and there are currently 5 lines it would ask for the rest?[/QUOTE] that was the point of the timestamps that works too, but i prefer the timestamps
  • [QUOTE=Ac!dL3ak;34856515]that was the point of the timestamps that works too, but i prefer the timestamps[/QUOTE] I'd add time stamps but what if there were 2 posts at the same time? It could mess up so I like the idea of keeping the id name and time of the message separate and concatenating them on the client.
  • something like this GET [url]http://www.toaster468.com/chat/chat.php?last=1330138910[/url] [code] { "newest_message": 1330138979, "messages": { "client_name": "drderp", "timestamp": 1330138979, "body": "hello world" } } [/code] [editline]24th February 2012[/editline] [QUOTE=toaster468;34856527]I'd add time stamps but what if there were 2 posts at the same time? It could mess up so I like the idea of keeping the id name and time of the message separate and concatenating them on the client.[/QUOTE] use milliseconds, but ids work just as well
  • Fuck. I want to work on something but fuck am i rusty. I think i need to do a project once or twice a month so I don't forget HTML.
  • here is something i've been working on quote straight from minecraft chat thread [QUOTE=zzlawlzz;34857355]Sorry, not to go off topic.. I've been working on a MyBB plugin for minecraft [t]http://jung3o.com/i/img_220630.png[/t] [t]http://jung3o.com/i/img_220652.png[/t] [t]http://jung3o.com/i/img_220709.png[/t] [t]http://jung3o.com/i/img_220725.png[/t] [t]http://jung3o.com/i/img_220737.png[/t] It's suppose to make the users in the forum to login with their minecraft account in the "add minecraft" page and verify that they are premium users. when they do, they get their group id changed in different group and has special privileges. Right now it's at an alpha stage and none of the "settings" work, but ... + Usercp works + user group change to minecraft works. The download, if you are interested in test it out. [url]http://jung3o.com/mcpremuser.rar[/url][/QUOTE]
  • [img]http://dl.dropbox.com/u/11275736/s/d/f/030.png[/img] woo [editline]25th February 2012[/editline] this actually works, you know [t]http://dl.dropbox.com/u/11275736/s/d/f/031.png[/t] [t]http://dl.dropbox.com/u/11275736/s/d/f/032.png[/t]
  • [QUOTE=zzlawlzz;34857382]here is something i've been working on quote straight from minecraft chat thread[/QUOTE] Really don't like the idea of having to enter a password to validate it. Would be better if someone at Mojang (Probably Mollstam, the web guy) made some sort of API. I bet some forums using that plugin will modify it to send the username and password via email or something along those lines.
  • [QUOTE=BBgamer720;34860941]Really don't like the idea of having to enter a password to validate it. Would be better if someone at Mojang (Probably Mollstam, the web guy) made some sort of API. I bet some forums using that plugin will modify it to send the username and password via email or something along those lines.[/QUOTE] I agree.. I was thinking about adding a ~~secret~~ MD5 checker or something.