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An HTML5 game-programming kit.
gaming  programming  html5  games  game  javascript 
may 2010 by ulrichp
UDK - Unreal Development Kit - Epic Games
The world’s best game engine...
Now at your fingertips.

Experience the power and potential of Unreal Engine 3. Create amazing games, lifelike scenes and fantastic worlds...
for free.
games  programming  development  unreal  free  todo 
november 2009 by ulrichp
rentzsch's jrfeedbackprovider at master - GitHub
nonviral cocoa source for implementing an application feedback panel (for bugs, feature requests and support)
mac  cocoa  programming  jrentzsch 
august 2009 by ulrichp
NYT_Transformer: Overview
NYT_Transformer is an open-source project based on a framework developed at The New York Times. Originally used to load XML into a MySQL database, it’s now a generic transformer that can be customized to suit various input and output types.
tools  software  webdev  opensource  programming  xml  php  database  mysql  nytimes 
june 2009 by ulrichp
Mozilla Labs » Blog Archive » Introducing Ubiquity
Combining the web with words to let people make their own mashups.
development  tools  internet  programming  mashups  web  firefox  mozilla 
august 2008 by ulrichp
fish is a new, extremely friendly shell for *nix-like operating systems.
development  tools  cli  osxcli  software  opensource  linux  unix  productivity  freeware  programming 
august 2008 by ulrichp
InformIT: Interview with Aaron Hillegass
'It is like I showed a chain saw to a early American colonist, and he said, "Can I cut down the tree without starting the engine? I don't like the noise. Maybe I can just bang it against the tree?"'
apple  books  development  interesting  iphone  osx  programming 
june 2008 by ulrichp
Official Google Mac Blog: App Engine Launcher for Mac OS X
An easier way to create and launch Google App Engine apps, from the guys at Google. For Macs.
development  google  mac  osx  programming  python  web  webdev 
may 2008 by ulrichp
Home - Microsoft Popfly
Looks like Microsoft's attempt to make an easy silverlight creator. Now with a game creator (in alpha).
web2.0  webdev  microsoft  silverlight  mashups  programming  interesting  videogames  web 
may 2008 by ulrichp
Adding an Image to the Game Project
Another XNA tutorial, the most basic of basics (but sometimes basics are good!).
xna  howto  todo  interesting  useful  videogames  programming 
april 2008 by ulrichp
perl.com: Data Munging with Sprog
Sort of an interesting GUI way to do Perl scripting without ever actually writing any Perl.
development  programming  howto  interesting  linux  opensource  perl  software  tools  useful 
october 2007 by ulrichp
perl.com: Making Perl Reusable with Modules
An intro to creating reusable Perl modules. Also an intro to the ideas of Joseph Schillinger (sort of).
perl  programming  music  interesting 
october 2007 by ulrichp
TASK: Shoot yourself in the foot
How to shoot yourself in the foot in multiple programming languages.
geekery  programming  interesting  humor 
october 2007 by ulrichp
Static pages, Ruby and YAML style.
cms  css  development  interesting  programming  ruby  software  tools  useful  webdev  xhtml  yaml 
october 2007 by ulrichp
Programming Nu
Nu: it's like Lisp and Objective-C had a baby. A highly parenthetical baby.
apple  cocoa  development  lisp  mac  osx  programming  software  technology  tools  interesting  todo 
october 2007 by ulrichp
"Inconsolata will be my first serious original font release. It is a monospace font, designed for code listings and the like, in print."
development  fonts  osx  programming  useful  unix  windows  linux  freeware  todo 
october 2007 by ulrichp
Cube Engine Games
Cube is an open source multiplayer and singleplayer first person shooter game built on an entirely new and very unconventional engine. Cube is a landscape-style engine that pretends to be an indoor FPS engine.
games  linux  osx  windows  opensource  programming  todo  videogames 
september 2007 by ulrichp
Superators Add New Operators to Ruby
Need an operator to concatenate items to an array then sort it? Now you can, in Ruby, with superators!
hacks  programming  ruby 
august 2007 by ulrichp
Inform 7
Inform is a design system for interactive fiction, a new medium for writers which began with adventure games in the late 1970s and is now used for everything from literary narrative fiction through to plotless conceptual art.
art  books  computers  development  fiction  games  history  if  interesting  internet  literature  mac  opensource  programming  project  software  todo  tools  useful  videogames  windows  writing 
august 2007 by ulrichp
Kempa.com: Vinyl Data
Adding digital content to music isn't a new thing - in fact, some musicians added Spectrum ZX code to vinyl recordings! Jawdroppingly weird. Includes some versions ready for emulation.
art  computers  emulation  games  geekery  hardware  history  humor  interesting  music  nostalgia  programming  software  technology  trivia  video  videogames  todo  howto 
june 2007 by ulrichp
Official Google Mac Blog: Google data APIs connect Cocoa developers to Google
The native language for Mac OS X applications is Objective-C, and it's our preferred language for Mac application development. To make it simpler for us to write Mac software that interacts with Google services, I created a framework to use Google data AP
cocoa  google  mac  programming  software  todo 
april 2007 by ulrichp
How to Write a Spelling Corrector
...in 20 lines of Python 2.5 code, using a collection of Sherlock Holmes stories as your 'good word' corpus.
development  diy  programming  howto  interesting  linguistics  python  productivity  software  statistics  technology 
april 2007 by ulrichp
Soft Coding - Worse Than Failure
Most programmers consider “Hard Coding” to be a Bad Thing: it’s hack-like, inelegant, and all-around lazy code. And as such, many programmers try their damnedest to avoid it. Unfortunately, this quest of avoidance often leads towards a much worse pa
development  programming 
april 2007 by ulrichp
lua:functions - PSP-Programming.com
Complete list of Lua functions in luaplayer.
lua  psp  hacks  diy  interesting  programming  development  todo 
april 2007 by ulrichp
Lua Player
A moderately simple way to write games in Lua and play them on the PSP. Time to learn Lua, I guess...
development  diy  freeware  games  hacks  opensource  programming  tools  lua  psp 
april 2007 by ulrichp
Cocoa XML-RPC Client
XML-RPC Client is a free Cocoa-based developer tool for Mac OS X Tiger that allows you to access and debug XML-RPC web services from the comfort of your desktop.
cocoa  development  freeware  javascript  mac  programming  webdev  tools  software  todo 
april 2007 by ulrichp
WTFPL - Do What The Fuck You Want To Public License
humor  software  opensource  programming  wtf  law 
april 2007 by ulrichp
XNA - GPWiki
The Game Programming Wiki's entry on XNA.
programming  videogames  xbox360  windows  interesting  todo  howto  microsoft  xna 
april 2007 by ulrichp
Fortune Favors Big Turds
'Why? Because guys like Joel and Don scream out to programmers that it’s alright to make complex buggy crap that’s difficult to use. “Complexity sells! Fuck the art let’s make cash.”'
programming  ruby  rubyonrails  philosophy  interesting 
april 2007 by ulrichp
Oh the things that you'll see - Optimize Prime
"The cool thing is, you can also watch the debug messages from everyone else. There are a few interesting ones, but the best I've found so far is the YouTube embedded player." 'showing the goddamn play button' takes the cake for me.
flash  programming  video  interesting  humor 
march 2007 by ulrichp
Dan Wood: The Eponymous Weblog
Q. When is an NSURLConnection error not an error? A: When it's a status code.
cocoa  development  mac  programming 
march 2007 by ulrichp
MF Bliki: HumaneInterface
Comparing the Humane Interface approach of library development to the minimalist approach. These days, I find myself leaning way more towards humane.
java  ruby  programming 
february 2007 by ulrichp
Front Page - MKAbeFook
MKAbeFook is a Cocoa Framework to access the Facebook API.
cocoa  development  mac  programming 
february 2007 by ulrichp

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