Our BigWords project needs Sets which are lists of Games and SetOrders which sequence the Sets. Json References seem perfect for this but the examples I could find online did not conform to my experience with the way it actually works.
Make the Sourdough White Bread recipe, divide into 15 balls and place in a lightly oiled 9x13 glass pan. Let rise, then bake at 375 for 15 minutes, brush tops with melted butter, then cook for 5 minutes more. Thanks to Sourdough Diva for the idea.
They dropped spidermonkey from Ubuntu with the Lucid release. This broke my jslint script.
For testing on our UOW project I needed two virtual machines each running Ubuntu and nginx to be able to talk to one another and the outside world without interfering with the server already running on port 80 on my machine.
I want 10 year old game programmers working on games for kids with disabilities (and themselves). Given some tools, kids could write simple games that kids who have NO GAMES would enjoy. And maybe get drawn to CS at the same time.
Today we reached 10,000 books at Tar Heel Reader . We have books in 12 languages and they have been read over 1.2 million times in 137 countries.
Today at about noon we passed 1,000,000 books read on Tar Heel Reader . I've embedded a video below showing how its use has spread over the 22 months since we began back in May 2008. If you have sound you should be able to hear a varying pitch indicating how many books were read each day. Listen for the pitch to go down during the summer and at Christmas.
We've got books in 12 languages on the site and they have been read in 133 countries. Our server has been accessed over 70.8 million times and has pushed about 1.1 terabytes of data onto the web.
I looked high and low and couldn't find a working example of connecting a dojox.grid.DataGrid to a dojox.data.JsonRestStore so I puzzled out parts of it myself. This code probably has errors and omissions but it seems to work for me with dojo 1.4.1.
I would appreciate any corrections or pointers to other examples from those of you who know better. I haven't included any error checking and the references to items by key break down after deletions because of the simple minded implementation of the "database".
Maze Day is for visually impaired and blind students in grades K-12, their parents and teachers. Your students will enjoy fun and educational computer applications developed especially for them. UNC students will learn how well their accessible applications work with real users. And everyone will have a good time!We plan to have a wide variety of accessible fun, educational, and exercise activities including: (preliminary)
I've been thinking about the trade off between difficulty and choice (or freedom) in making music. I cooked up this simple graph to illustrate the idea.
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