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Posts Tagged ‘html5’

Using Sahi, Mink and Behat to test HTML5 drag and drop file uploads

For those that don’t know, Behat is an excellent tool for testing the business expectations of an application. In other words, it’s a behavior-driven approach towards full-stack application acceptance testing. Mink is a browser abstraction layer, allowing you to easily control different browser emulators through a common interface. Combining the two together brings us a […]

Motion tracking with Javascript, HTML5 and a webcam

Why would you use the web for motion tracking? Simple. HTML5 Canvas is exciting. Javascript is (pretty) cool. Combined with a lazy afternoon, we can create an ultra simple hand motion tracking and colour recognition system. This isn’t entirely true. It doesn’t track the hand, it tracks a bright blue bottle cap I found on […]

SLUG Feb monthly meeting

Being completely new to Australia and since Malaysia doesn’t have any sort of open-source community whatsoever I searched around for a linux/blender/open-source group when arriving. I found SLUG, or the Sydney Linux User Group. They hold monthly meetings, and though I was unavailable to join their January meeting, I did manage to join the February […]