CodingNot a good day without some coding
I like to code. I can’t imagine life without being creative, and coding is a good way of getting some creativity out of my brain.
I’m working on my Go skills. I really like this language.
I have 10+ experience with java. Almost all my puzzle generators are created in java. Also some of my Android apps are created in java.
Perl was one of my first languages. I’ve automated quite a lot with perl scripts.
I’m rewriting my webpage in Angular 2, or was it 3 – no that didn’t exist. Let’s say Angular 2-10, so I don’t have to update this so many times.
There always a room for python. I always hated the indentation, but you get used to it with a good IDE. Come in handy with ansible.
We have published a new fun puzzle game called Chicken Hatch. Try to get the hens to hatch the chickens. It is not that hard to find a solution for the puzzle, but finding the 3 stars solution is much harder. Try it out at Google Play. iOS version will come later. Can...
Since my regexp test on parsing a string was a success, I created a #nodejs module for parsing strings. And the funny part, I scrapped the regexp 🙂 It now supports multiple keys and multiple values. So you can do something like this: var...
Got a little challenge parsing strings like: I wanted to split it into an array with key/value pairs, so the result would be: var res = [ [ 'Little', undefined ], [...
I was coding a scheduler and needed a sorted array of the schedules, so I started to investigate the speed of different sorting variants I could use. I created a little program (https://gist.github.com/flogvit/c9df93ab37ca4dbd2d7f) to test 4 different variants. For...
Writing correctly formatted code isn't easy to do all the time. So what do you do when you have eg written your json files like: and want it to be: [code...