• What are you working on? v7
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  • [QUOTE=ollie;35579025][url]http://ollipasanen.arkku.net/push/numbers.php?images=15[/url] Did someone ask puu.sh image fetcher? No, but i still made it.[/QUOTE] I expected more porn and passwords
  • [QUOTE=TerabyteS_;35579138]I expected more porn and passwords[/QUOTE] Lol, but there are some really weird images.
  • Dad bought a new lens for his camera so I decided to try this effect [img]http://gabrielecirulli.com/p/20120416-164829.png[/img]
  • So I realised my [URL="http://dl.dropbox.com/u/386727/Web-And-Graphics/edwin.quast/edwin.quast-v0.2.4.jpg"]original design[/URL] didn't take any consideration of larger resolutions but I ended up with a trade off. If you have a large resolution (>1440x900) you get a sneak peak of the next photos! wowow The smaller photos are updated via a flickr feed. I need to get the damn cronjob working. [url]http://edwinquast.co.uk[/url] Slider logic hurts my brain
  • [QUOTE=jaybuz;35601460]So I realised my [URL="http://dl.dropbox.com/u/386727/Web-And-Graphics/edwin.quast/edwin.quast-v0.2.4.jpg"]original design[/URL] didn't take any consideration of larger resolutions but I ended up with a trade off. If you have a large resolution (>1440x900) you get a sneak peak of the next photos! wowow The smaller photos are updated via a flickr feed. I need to get the damn cronjob working. [url]http://edwinquast.co.uk[/url] Slider logic hurts my brain[/QUOTE] Holy hell that looks nice!
  • [QUOTE=adamjon858;35599983]Did you drop the camera? That image is borken.[/QUOTE]No, some italians must have dropped pizza in my server and it took them something like an entire day to clean it off.
  • Working on my portfolio. no pictures only the logo is a picture & me :) CSS ftw [IMG]http://i.imgur.com/HL1g6.jpg[/IMG]
  • Side project I'm working on to make my PHP-related work easier at my job: [IMG]http://i.imgur.com/GjX7v.png[/IMG] I call it ralph, the PHP REPL that doesn't completely blow. [IMG]http://static.zoovy.com/img/gkworld/W225-H225-Bffffff/msim0003r.jpg[/IMG] Features: - it doesn't completely blow - pretty output - tab completion for functions, variables, class names & methods (readline) - history (readline) - pretty extensibly configurable - half-assed drop-in debugging (the ability to enter the REPL in the middle of a script and navigate around the scope) - simple pass-through syntax (. ~) with variable integration ( . echo "{$myPHPVariable}" ) - extensible command base for things like % show-doc (open a browser in the manual page for a function), % show-source (open a browser with the grok page for a function definition), % ls (show variables in the current scope) - doesn't completely blow! And some other stuff I forgot by now. PHP. You might find this familiar if you've used Ruby's pry, that's because I more or less completely ripped off the idea where possible.
  • [QUOTE=barttool;35610791]I just finished this: [url]http://isnotchonvacation.com/[/url][/QUOTE] [t]http://puu.sh/q92I[/t] Your background doesn't work well for me.
  • [QUOTE=toaster468;35613818][t]http://puu.sh/q92I[/t] Your background doesn't work well for me.[/QUOTE] aww shit I forgot to add a plain background behind it. The thing is that IE and Firefox mess up with the colors so I had to do some little hacks to target IE and firefox and give them a different background. I shall fix this [editline]18th April 2012[/editline] try again...
  • Two days in the making. Still lots to do! [t]http://i.jaybuz.me/eze-it.jpg[/t]
  • [QUOTE=jaybuz;35623353]Two days in the making. Still lots to do! [img]http://i.jaybuz.me/eze-it.jpg[/img][/QUOTE] I really like the design, looks very professional. It does not, however, stand out.. I don't know what you can do to fix this - someone else may be able to suggest ideas,
  • I got my cronjob working now [url]http://edwinquast.co.uk/cron.log[/url] I had an asterisk instead of a 0 for the minute causing it to never run. Whoops. [editline]18th April 2012[/editline] [QUOTE=Dotmister;35623765]I really like the design, looks very professional. It does not, however, stand out.. I don't know what you can do to fix this - someone else may be able to suggest ideas,[/QUOTE] I'm still working on it but I kinda get what you're saying. It needs more little touches and images, etc. They did say they wanted a similar or better website than this: [url]http://qa.com[/url] which is terrible so I guess they'll be happy. :v:
  • [QUOTE=jaybuz;35623788]I got my cronjob working now [url]http://edwinquast.co.uk/cron.log[/url] I'm still working on it but I kinda get what you're saying. It needs more little touches and images, etc. They did say they wanted a similar or better website than this: [url]http://qa.com[/url] which is terrible so I guess they'll be happy. :v:[/QUOTE] This is really not terrible compared to some shit on the internet...
  • I enjoy playlist.com's service, despite them not appearing to be very professional, or refined at all. A peek at their API shows they are indeed not very refined. However, they're one of the only sites, if not the only site I know of that will display full mp3 search results with great accuracy. So I'd like to take advantage of that in an innocent way. I'm checking out how their site works, and what data is returned when you make a query. In general, song URLs are returned so on your end you can play the music you've been searching for (obviously, right?) and you play that music through an on-site flash player. Okay, cool. Well, that's the part I want to take advantage of. I'd like to use their services to return generic result data for an API I write myself, since, as far as I know, there's no public API. [url=http://www.playlist.com/api]They never really finished it,[/url] or whatever. Looks like they obfuscate their song URLs though. Here is a sample of the data returned by the query "cake the distance": [code]{ "linkid":556984337, "trackid":556984340, "can_play":1, "status":1, "artist":"Cake", "album":"", "title":"The Distance", "duration":180, "signature":"", "timestamp":1334808470, "price":"", "song_url":"1d4c2a039c13cdb899650728648a881203ea9171a07b1c024d8c962133386a75c97fe0d140d3da38d0182c0f9e9f78f96f70eede796362818f5cb8681a678595e67482882e161bacc6329100f6cbf7b09b1717155c449e4d98f7e7683a68ecf359af78d634cb2b85f017da3eaa4392b0d5b44d9a750e8612dbf95eb4f7316624efebb5cd6d7865d4b494160658becaa744a82a4f6732133fde108d395d917ca16136fca383c018cfed2d5fae242f70f0f116a8dde0" } [/code] It all looks good until song_url. Fuck. But hey, no worries right? It's all handled on the client so there has to be a way for me to figure out what the real URL is. And that's what I'm working on! Almost done. -snip-
  • Currently I'm working on a simple todo system. Obviously, it's not too complex. Although, there is a twist to make it special. Instead of registering for an account on the website, you login with your credentials from an IRC network I'm on. The IRC network has an API for web services in Python to allow you to login with the accounts. Anyways, it's written in Python with Flask and it's looking really nice as of now.
  • Bootstrap erryday [img]http://cl.ly/2r2f0c0n3l2c3p1X0c0r/Image%202012-04-22%20at%202.27.08%20PM.png[/img]
  • [QUOTE=swift and shift;35668973]ew[/QUOTE] It's quite funny how your link above your avatar goes to a 404 page.
  • [QUOTE=kragmars102;35671757]It's quite funny how your link above your avatar goes to a 404 page.[/QUOTE] Well, he didn't change it himself.
  • [QUOTE=kragmars102;35671757]It's quite funny how your link above your avatar goes to a 404 page.[/QUOTE] I find the fact that it links to a page called "ruby.php" way funnier :v:
  • So it's been a week since I dived into Ruby and Ruby on Rails, and I have to say they are both great tools. They do exactly what I would have wanted without any workarounds, and the fact that the conventions are so that it reads ( almost ) like English only adds to the ease of use. I definitely prefer writing this: [code] <%= @count unless @count == 0 %> [/code] then [code] <?php if ($count === 0) echo $count ?> [/code]
  • can somebody tell me how vizze.net/dm/ looks? I'm nowhere near even close to finishing but i'm working with a bigger resolution and things tend to look fucked on smaller resolutions
  • [QUOTE=Miljaker;35672659]I find the fact that it links to a page called "ruby.php" way funnier :v:[/QUOTE] Awe someone changed it :(
  • [QUOTE=rookwood101;35677033]Awe someone changed it :([/QUOTE] Thank god it was really tall and annoying.
  • Okay, well. I think automerge is done having a fit. Anyways, picture time. [img]http://i.imgur.com/pX3ap.jpg[/img] The API name/site name is censored as I'm still testing some security bugs. Not sure how bad they are. I'll find out. Flask + SQLite3 [QUOTE=commander204;35676614]So it's been a week since I dived into Ruby and Ruby on Rails, and I have to say they are both great tools. They do exactly what I would have wanted without any workarounds, and the fact that the conventions are so that it reads ( almost ) like English only adds to the ease of use. I definitely prefer writing this: [code] <%= @count unless @count == 0 %> [/code] then [code] <?php if ($count === 0) echo $count ?> [/code][/QUOTE] Here's some Jinja2/Flask templating magic: [code] {% for entry in entries %} <h2>{{ entry.title }}</h2> <p>{{ entry.body }}</p> {% else %} <p>Can you believe it? No entries here!</p> {% endfor %} [/code] I prefer writing that to any PHP/Ruby. Oh, also it has sandboxed execution and escapes HTML in dynamic scripting to prevent XSS attacks. Hooray.
  • [QUOTE=/dev/sda1;35678173]Here's some Jinja2/Flask templating magic: [code] {% for entry in entries %} <h2>{{ entry.title }}</h2> <p>{{ entry.body }}</p> {% else %} <p>Can you believe it? No entries here!</p> {% endfor %} [/code] I prefer writing that to any PHP/Ruby. Oh, also it has sandboxed execution and escapes HTML in dynamic scripting to prevent XSS attacks. Hooray.[/QUOTE] Ruby also escapes anything you output.