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1st May 2014 04:11pm
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BBC News TOTH Project

Manual BBC New TOTH Project

Ever since being a youngster on the internet, I've always enjoyed playing around with soundboards and especially when the (unofficial) Chris Moyles website came out with a program that assigned various sound effects, jingles and what-not to your keyboard keys, I started getting right into them.

So I thought the other week, why not make one myself? Well I dabbled and thought, I'll make it in Flash, however it would then only work on Desktop computers and also there's always a slight delay in the audio playing... [read more]

3rd Jul 2013 09:30am
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Oh Hello, Android Studio

Now how on earth did I miss this puppy? Well that's twice this week I've missed out on knowing something about Google (This and also my quick US Weather Alert system for tornado watches and tornado warnings - will post about this at a later date though)

Now when I'm fiddling around and programming for my Android phone, I usually use Eclipse as my IDE and use it with the Android SDK (API Level 8 and API Level 15 for Android 2.2 and Android 4.0.3 respectively), however upon searching around the internet for some tutorials... [read more]

25th May 2012 05:43am
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dhConverter (Android)

Well I finally got around to learning how to make applications for Android phones after downloading a million and one different programs and development kits from here, there and everywhere and spending countless hours reading tutorials and shouting at my screen when things weren't working correctly. Definitely not something I'd recommend to do if you suffer from high blood pressure.

Anyways, once I'd got the slight jist of the programming language (which for Android is Java (yuk!)), I was thinking what on earth to actually make. Now obviously anything you can think of has pretty much been created,... [read more]

17th May 2012 12:59am
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GooGar HTML5

Earlier on I noticed Google had a "Story fo Send" link underneath their search bar. I clicked it and watched the presentation all the way through about how your email is sent. It was quite entertaining - obviously I know how emails are sent and received, but how the presentation was set out was great. Though it got me thinking, "what on Earth have they used to make it, is it Flash or HTML5?" and a quick look in the source code proved it was HTML5 (and the workings of a fair bit of JavaScript... [read more]