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We Can Do Anything But Keep Things In Perspective

I’ve been playing around with using 2D transformations to enable 3D effects, even (or especially) in browsers without support for the latter. There have been a few examples of this kind—putting text and images and even video on isometric cubes, … Continue reading

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Transform Rewrite: Dancing Trees and Errant Pixels

Two months later, I’ve finally had some time to finish a rewrite of my “CSS3″ transform/transformed element GWT module. I’m pretty pleased with its new state and don’t anticipate the need for any more major changes in the near future. … Continue reading

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On Web Workers, GWT, and a New Physics Demo

That original proof of concept gwtBox2d demo has slowly evolved along with the rest of the GWTns library. Though only a small portion of the original code remains, it has ended up being a pretty great stress test for new … Continue reading

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On the Behavior of 2d Transformations in Internet Explorer, Part 2

Unsurprisingly, the last post ran overlong. I’ll endeavor to stick to code and equations wherever possible, as they are generally faster for me to write and you to parse. Amateur-hour Illustrator work takes a little longer. All previous provisos still … Continue reading

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On the Behavior of 2d Transformations in Internet Explorer

In my work on the box2d and web worker modules in gwtns, I’ve needed the ability to put things up on the screen. To really make sure I was doing the word “overkill” justice, I decided to use my old … Continue reading

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Web Worker Example: The Rationals

The Web Worker library I’m writing for GWT is getting to the point that it needs some examples. At least one of them needs to be simple enough that what is being done doesn’t distract from how it’s being done. You can see various examples … Continue reading

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