I noticed that lately there has been interest in finding a panda in a large array of snowmen in this post. There was also this post where you have to find a cat amidst a great deal of owls. I started thinking about how I could make a similar game that is randomly generated. I ended up with the following HTML5 version in which you have to either find the one face with a nose or the one face without a nose:
Here is a link to the actual page. Let me know what you think! 😎
I finally have the 1st pass of YourJS available to the public!!!
What is YourJS?
Who controls the codebase?
Everyone does! All you have to do is sign up and you can start writing code that can be included in YourJS.
How do I design and download my own library?
As of right now there is a section called Snippets which is a repo of code that can be included in your custom JS library. You can browse the snippets, add the ones you like to the build and then go to the build page to build the library from the selected snippets. Finally, you will have the opportunity to name your library (this will be the variable name added to the global namespace for your utility library).
What development plans are there?
- Port most functionality available in jPaq over to YourJS.
- Add an examples section similar to the one that exists on jPaq.org.
- Include a buildable version of the library which includes documentation.
- A link share for all other JS sites.
I have a lot of ideas for YourJS so the sky is the limit! Let me know if you have any suggestions and perhaps I will be able to include them in the next iteration of changes. 😎
variable.constructor. 🙂 Of course, many times I like to make functions that will spit my results for me so here is one that will take any variable and spit out its class constructor:
getClass(). The one thing you will notice is that if