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  1. In Topic: Thoughts on CS at University - mature student.

    Posted 12 Aug 2014

    View PostKnifeTea, on 12 August 2014 - 11:47 AM, said:

    View Postbrep, on 10 August 2014 - 05:37 PM, said:

    The last phrase made me think that, if you want to go into programming, a career in web design might suit you best.


    Hey brep, cheers for the input... I've thought about web design, and it's definitely something that I'd experiment with at some point. When I said visuals I was thinking This This and This.... I like the idea of synchronizing things to music and such. It would be cool to build something that automated visuals from midi / stem audio file input (kick / snare / synth on separate tracks etc...) I did a few bit's of generated music, they are quite nice to do, kind of Brian Eno esque ideas (there's a massive field that just specializes on this already )

    These are a fair way off though!


    I can imagine this possibly being accomplished using javascript. I would have to research it a bit more, but I definitely think it could work. The html5 <canvas> tag comes to mind as well...
  2. In Topic: Facebook share button wont work

    Posted 10 Aug 2014

    Do you have any css files linked to your webpage?

    And do you have any styling for the class fb-share-button?

    Edit: was this straight from here?
  3. In Topic: Thoughts on CS at University - mature student.

    Posted 10 Aug 2014

    Earlier you said:

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    I like the idea of working with artists and disposable applications, but without any real coding chops its a bit here and there at the mo... Creating visuals also appeals...


    The last phrase made me think that, if you want to go into programming, a career in web design might suit you best. This is a field where programmers code the front-end of a website, which essentially means how a website looks (what you see as you browse dreamincode is one example). I'm in an internship where I have to work with web design all the time, and I can say it's very enjoyable.

    If you want to explore this more, check out languages such as HTML5, CSS3, and javascript. Those are the backbone to any website with a good design (I should note that javascript isn't always required. Awesome websites have been made without the use of javascript).

    GUI for mobile or desktop applications might be something to look into as well.

    Good luck,
    brep

    Edit: spelling
  4. In Topic: "Remember me" option on account login a security risk?

    Posted 21 Apr 2014

    Oh ok, so the browser stores them itself... I never knew that. I thought I remembered reading somewhere that the passwords were stored in cookies... oh well. Thanks for the clarification!
  5. In Topic: The canvas tag

    Posted 18 Apr 2014

    Another question: when I render the canvas with a height of 1100px, Google Chrome displays it as 150px. Is that because the height was too big?

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    DimitriV Icon

    17 Apr 2012 - 18:50
    The whos online thingy shows you 4 times! LOL
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    smohd Icon

    23 Oct 2011 - 07:31
    Thanks buddy
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