Simpleblogger: Added Bootstrap image carousel support.

By isendev.

 Posted on 2016/12/23 22:51.

 Tagged as: programming, java, springframework, bootstrap.

Hello.

I've just added Bootstrap image carousel support to SimpleBlogger engine. Now, the BBCode engine supports the carousel tag to add carousel image elements to blog entries and static pages. Feel free to browse SimpleBlogger source code on GitHub.

And enjoy this image carousel courtesy of NASA... :)


A beautiful videogame: Journey for PS4.

By isendev.

 Posted on 2016/08/24 22:46.

 Tagged as: videogames.

I've just finished the game Journey (Collector's Edition) for PS4. This game is a small piece of art. Beautiful graphics, incredible sound and an unique online mode. If you want to try something different, do not miss the opportunity to play this game . You will not regret.

Here are some of my own gameplay FullHD screenshots. Can be easily used as desktop wallpapers... ;)


New SimpleBlogger engine with Bootstrap responsive design.

By isendev.

 Posted on 2016/08/16 20:35.

 Tagged as: programming, java, springframework, bootstrap.

I've been really busy last months, but recently found some time to spend on this project.

As web traffic moves massively to mobile browsing, it becomes clear that my old blog design do not find any usability on this devices. So I've refreshed my Spring Framework blog engine and replaced the old CSS based frontend with a responsive Twitter Bootstrap design. A lot of changes have been done to integrate the new responsive frontend, and as Bootstrap is JQuery based, I had to get rid of my Mootools code and rewrite with JQuery accordingly. Mixing Javascript frameworks makes me uncomfortable :)

Now, the new www.isendev.com using the revamped SimpleBlogger engine is live. I hope you like it!

Feel free to browse the source code on GitHub.


Bye Moosaik.

By isendev.

 Posted on 2016/01/29 21:50.

 Tagged as: programming, mootools.

Unfortunately, I don't have time to adapt Moosaik to the new Instagram's API Sandbox model, and it's pretty clear that my Mootools based Instagram's browser would not pass the required review process. See Instagram's platform policy point 3:

"You cannot replicate the core user experience of the Instagram apps or web site. For example, do not build a media viewer."

Pretty clear, uh?

I'll put offline the web application in the next hour, but the source files will be available in the project page for anyone interested in snooping between lines of Mootools javascript code. I've learned a lot developing this application, so it may be useful to someone who is starting with Mootools.


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