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    My Final Year Project

    by  • May 28, 2010 • Journal, Programming, Projects • 0 Comments

    Well I guess a few of you noticed that I haven’t updated my blog recently, this was mainly due to me finishing my Final Year Project at Uni. So I thought I would explain what it was about. Our department created through several student projects a digital circuit simulator in Java. It allows users...

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    JavaScript WebEngine

    by  • June 11, 2009 • HTML5, Programming • 0 Comments

    Wouldn’t it be cool if you could run Javascript applications like normal desktop applications, where each app has its own window and where Window Management and Composition is handled for you, and where events are passed easier and with better cross browser support. Well this is what I’ve been trying to achieve with my...

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    My Pictures 3D Helix using WPF (Part 3 of 3)

    by  • October 7, 2008 • .Net, Articles • 5 Comments

    We now enter the final part of coding a 3D My Pictures Helix using the Windows Presentation Foundation, we’ve done quite a lot and covered quite a few key areas but still have some important areas to cover: optimising memory usage, camera positioning and hit testing. Soon you will have your very own program...

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    My Pictures 3D Helix using WPF (Part 1 of 3)

    by  • August 3, 2008 • .Net, Projects • 0 Comments

    Now everyone enjoys looking at pictures and reminiscing over good times; myself included however when browsing through My Pictures I thought there has to be a better and more interactive way to do this. This occurred quite luckily around the same time I’ve been working on a project using the 3D abilities of WPF,...

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    OPO Runtime… again?

    by  • September 20, 2007 • Articles, Programming, Projects • 1 Comment

    When I first started programming my OPO runtime I was doing it as a proof of concept, except with some of the cool support and interest from people I have finally decided to rewrite it properly. Also after being given some technical documentation about how OPO was structured and its internals helped! So its...

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