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And Then There Were None [book]

Written by Remy Sharp / Original link on Aug. 4, 2020

My first Christie book, and it did not disappoint.As kids one of my closest friends would read Agatha Christie like it was going out of fashion and I would struggle to read just a few single pages from a comic or magazine. As an adult I've finally found my way to read (using a Kindle with the right…


Focus ring default styles [til/css]

Written by Remy Sharp / Original link on Jul. 28, 2020

I've been tinkering on a tool that has a custom UI but I wanted to still support keyboard navigation and with keyboard navigation comes tabbing to focus elements.I have an element that is an underlying checkbox, but toggles between the label of "T" and "-", so I'm using CSS to change visual state:.…


Oh Mummy - 28-Jul 2020 [devlog/oh-mummy]

Written by Remy Sharp / Original link on Jul. 28, 2020

After last week's failure in sound this week(end) was a total win over sound 💪I knew the game played better with some audible feedback and I also knew that the only way I could pull it off in NextBASIC was to use the interrupt handler at the machine code level. I'd previously tried and failed with…


Old (way) Octal [til/javascript]

Written by Remy Sharp / Original link on Jul. 23, 2020

JavaScript has lots of numerical type support, my usual default is decimal.Then with a lot of the byte mangling work I do, I use hex a lot, so things like 0x80 give me a little more information than just 128 because it tells me that the MSB is on when all others are off.This works well with binary…


Oh Mummy - 20-Jul 2020 [devlog/oh-mummy]

Written by Remy Sharp / Original link on Jul. 20, 2020

This week's episode: Experiments in sound…or rather: failures in sound.Since I'm writing this game in NextBASIC I'm abstracted much higher up that machine code (which has it's obvious benefit to my programming experience). The downside is control over the machine.Currently Oh Mummy has (really cool…


Works offline [blog]

Written by Remy Sharp / Original link on Jul. 17, 2020

So many web sites work offline and we don't know it. It's kind of a beautiful aspect of the P in PWA: the web sites are progressively enhanced to be available even without an internet connection.Yet browsers won't tell us so. More on that in a bit. How do we tell our visitors our sites work offline…