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n64js - An N64 Emulator in Javascript Status Some early N64 games are running now, and the framerate is improving steadily. Here's a rough feature matirx showing what's been implemented: Supported Browsers About What is JSter? JSter is a catalog of frontend JavaScript libraries. We also maintain a blog and publish a monthly newsletter. If you want to find a library for some specific purpose, we probably have something for you. Inno Setup Setup Wizard Inno Setup is a free installer for Windows programs. First introduced in 1997, Inno Setup today rivals and even surpasses many commercial installers in feature set and stability. FeaturesLearn more about what Inno Setup can do. Download Inno SetupGet the latest version of Inno Setup here. Mailing ListBe notified by e-mail whenever major new versions are released.

How to make a Flappy Bird in HTML5 - Part 1 Flappy Bird is a nice little game with easy to understand mechanics, and I thought it would be a perfect fit for an HTML5 game tutorial. So we are going to make a simplified version of Flappy Bird, in only 65 lines of Javascript with the Phaser framework. Click here to test the game we are going to build. Spine: In Depth Spine is an animation tool that focuses specifically on 2D animation for games. Spine aims to have an efficient, streamlined workflow, both for creating animations and for making use of those animations in games. Animation in Spine is done by attaching images to bones, then animating the bones. This is called skeletal or cutout animation and has numerous benefits over traditional, frame-by-frame animation:

White Whale Games God of Blades Wallpapers- click for 1920 x 1220 God of Blades lost novel covers - God of Blades is more than just a sidescrolling adventure. The game is conceived as a re-interpretation of a series lost 1940s-1970s paperpack novels that once formed a rich fantasy universe but have been erased from our collective memory. Screenshots (click on the thumbnail for full image) React Native Tutorial: Building Apps with JavaScript React Native Tutorial: Build native iOS applications with JavaScript. Update note: This tutorial has been updated to React Native 0.34 by Tom Elliot. The original tutorial was written by iOS Team member Colin Eberhardt. In this React Native Tutorial you’ll learn about a framework for building native iOS and Android applications from Facebook, based on the same principals behind their hugely popular React Javascript Framework for building declarative user interfaces. Over the years there have been many frameworks using JavaScript to create iOS applications (such as PhoneGap or Titanium), so what makes React Native special?

Image Viewer - Powerful and Intuitive Photo Viewer, Editor and Batch Converter FastStone Image Viewer is a fast, stable, user-friendly image browser, converter and editor. It has a nice array of features that include image viewing, management, comparison, red-eye removal, emailing, resizing, cropping, retouching and color adjustments. Its innovative but intuitive full-screen mode provides quick access to EXIF information, thumbnail browser and major functionalities via hidden toolbars that pop up when your mouse touches one of the four edges of the screen. HILT: Games in the Classroom Summer Workshop I’ll be running a workshop on Games in the Classroom as part of the Humanities Intensive Learning and Teaching institute at the University of Maryland this summer, August 4th-8th. Here’s an overview of the workshop and all of the materials. Description: Games can be a great way to add experiential and playful learning to the humanities classroom by integrating learning objectives with game mechanics. We’ll look at three main ways to integrate games into learning objectives: teaching and debriefing existing games, making games for students to play, and building games with your students. Along the way, we’ll discuss what makes an effective learning game and how integrating games can offer a gentle way to learn from failure while offering the opportunity for exploration, collaboration, and the probing of ideas through new lenses.

Faster Workflow: Mastering Emmet, Part 1 Emmet is a free plugin for text editors to write HTML and CSS code faster. In this multi-part series, I will show you how to write HTML and CSS code faster then ever with Emmet, profiling all the features of Emmet and how to use syntax, abbreviation and keyboard shortcuts to save your time. Emmet is a must use web developer toolkit. With Emmet you can rapidly create your markup. You write simple abbreviations and just press Tab or Ctrl+E or any other other supported keyboard shortcut and Emmet expands the simple abbreviations into complex HTML and CSS code snippets.