Connect your Flutter app’s Redux Store to the Redux Devtools from the web!
Nobody likes apps that crash or stop working properly. Handling and recovering from errors is obviously an important task for any developer; we should not assume that everything will run smoothly. In this post we’re talking about what to do on top of your regular error handling — the last resort. Read on the NextFaze Blog
Sometimes you really just need your users to update their app! Have a read over on the NextFaze Blog
Over on the work blog, I explain how to get AWS Lambda / Serverless to return binary data, using an on-the-fly image resizer as a case study. Read on the NextFaze Blog
Drag and drop sorting lists of records in an Ember 2 application, using JQuery UI’s sortable plugin! Working example up on GitHub.
I worked for South Australia’s youth circus organisation Cirkidz on their production We The Unseen. Using the same 3D projection mapping technology I developed at UniSA and expanding from the work I did with Half Real, we built several interactive projection based special effects to compliment the performance.
How to make FTGL work on OSX once more, and get text rendering back into your OpenGL applications.
A little while ago I worked on a mixed media theatre production called If There Was A Colour Darker Than Black I’d Wear It. As part of this production I needed to build a system that could send and receive SMS messages from audience members. Today we’re looking at the technical aspects of how to do that using SMS Server Tools.
So, for the last few months I’ve taken a break from the PhD to do some work for a theatre show for The Border Project, Half Real. There’s a lot of technology in the show. In particular, most of the set is projected, and we are using a Microsoft Kinect to track the actors on … Continue reading How OpenNI Nearly Spoiled The Show
UPDATE October 2015: Verified working in Ubuntu 14.04 LTS and 15.04! I’ve spent all this morning trying to talk to the Microsoft Kinect using OpenNI. As it turns out, the process is not exceptionally difficult, it’s just there doesn’t seem to be any up to date documentation on getting it all working. So, this post should fill … Continue reading Kinect on Ubuntu with OpenNI