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Monthly archives for September, 2016

D3 Libs Tree chart

D3 libs are useful for making many charts. Here is shared a tree chart which shows some of the technologies I know.

Summarise any movie with 3 words

I was watching  a movie and I was thinking about how to summarise any movie with just three words. It seems to be impossible but it’s not   The three words are “reach an objective” Objectives are for example avoid that the enemy conquers the world Make something (a new device a new vehicle a new discover a new product) [...]

D3Libs multiline figure motion

Here is one more nice example on how to use D3Libs  

Fan Heater Consume

  A week ago one my roommate bought the FAN heater for heating the laundry when it rains outside and it’s necessary to leave the cloth rack inside the house. I red his power and it is 2000watts so 2KW how much does it costs per month? I can make two assumptions: the cost of the electric energy in Ireland is 0.20 euro per KW/H for [...]

React JS Browser notification

here is shown the browser notification made of HTML ReactJS

Google Web Toolkit doesn’t work...

Today I’ve taken the time to test my old Hangman Google Web Toolkit Project understanding whether it still works. I made that project after working one month using Google Web Toolkit in the Lynx central Headquarter on November 2014. I’ve executed that project after two years for understanding whether it still works or not and for [...]

D3Lib Gears

I was studying D3 Libs and I found this nice example D3 Libs use the Scalable Vector Graphic file to show animations, charts,  3d effects without using Canvas. Enjoy

PDF with forms

Attached to this post is a PDF with a form which contains an input text and two option buttons. The user can fill the input text, choose the option and send it to the destination.   That’s another way to make forms using PDF compiled using the computer rather then printing them, compiling them manually, scanning them and sending th [...]

Italian clickable regions map

Here is available the Italian map where each region has a different link and brings to a different page   that project has been made using html css   enjoy

Python Rest service

I’ve made one silly hello world rest service using Python   from bottle import route, run, template @route('/hello/<name>') def index(name): return template('<b>Hello {{name}}</b>!', name=name) run(host='localhost', port=8080) you can download it from here

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