“Logstalgia is a website traffic visualization tool that replays or streams web-server access logs as a pong-like battle between the web server and an never ending torrent of requests.
Requests appear as colored balls (the same color as the host) which travel across the screen to arrive at the requested location. Successful requests are hit by the paddle while unsuccessful ones (eg 404 – File Not Found) are missed and pass through.
The paths of requests are summarized within the available space by identifying common path prefixes. Related paths are grouped together under headings. For instance, by default paths ending in png, gif or jpg are grouped under the heading Images. Paths that don’t match any of the specified groups are lumped together under a Miscellaneous section.”
Easily target images with the jQuery filter function, using a Regular Expression. With this you can easily find elements that have a matching class, like ‘featured_image’ or ‘testimonial_image’.
When using your main content feed to share posts via buffer or other services, it is crucial that your feed validates cleanly.
There are always things in the generated WordPress content that can break your feed validation. Here some things to cleanup or alter your delivered feed content.
is_feed() Check for syndication request. This tag is not typically used by users; it is used internally by WordPress and is available for Plugin Developers.
Check for feed syndication in your themes functions.php
The sizes attribute breaks feed validation, here how to clean it up.
A tiny requestAnimationFrame powered 60+fps lightweight parallax tilt effect for jQuery.
See the Pen Parallax tilt effect, Tilt.js by Aldo Ferrari (@AldoFerrari) on CodePen.
Villa Anna Speyer – Classic Bed & Breakfast offering with 3 double rooms & bathroom.
Villa Anna Speyer
CodeCombat is a multiplayer programming game for learning how to code. The ultimate goal of CodeCombat is to bring more users into the field of computer programming by making the logic and syntax more accessible and enjoyable to learn. The end game is to educate a whole new generation of computer programmers that started their journey by slaying ogres and defending their castles from oncoming enemy hordes.
CodeCombat itself can be found on GitHub under the free MIT license. All the art assets (sprites, backgrounds, sound effects, etc.) can also be found on GitHub and are published under a Creative Commons CC BY 4.0 license. This allows easy use of the game artwork for projects of students.
You can subscribe online or setup a dev environment on Windows, Mac or Linux yourself. You need to be able to follow instructions and have some basic technical knowledge.
While the setup on the Mac and Linux are straight forward, Windows is the hardest to get working! (CodeCombat Wiki)
Used some AppleScript magic and Automator to ease the startup of the setup when needed. The setup might vary on your end, as I am using iTerm2 as a Terminal replacement.
CodeCombat is a really fun way to get into programming and keep your kids motivated.
CodeCombat Website / GitHub
Really love these. Highly realistic, articulated figures created with the artist in mind. Over 30 articulated joints make it easy to recreate a desired pose or action.
Voxel Builder is an open source tool that lets anyone design and edit 3D voxel (cube) models easily, right in their web browser.
You can export the voxel, print it to allow you to fold it up using paper or use it as a base model for 3D printing!
Robo 3T gives you the full power of the MongoDB shell, but also allows you to easily save, load, edit your queries, do copy/paste, view your results as JSON/trees/tables… and get a decent autocompletion!
It is cross-platform, free and open-source (GitHub repo here).