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  1. Thanks @OSUblake, will take a look - sorry I've been out with pneumonia for a couple of weeks, will be easing back into dev as I get better - warning to all to GET YOUR FLU SHOTS!! (they think my pneumonia developed from flu, despite the fact that it isn't even flu season yet).
  2. hey guys do you have any ideas where else to post about an app? I'm going to to Product Hunt once we're ready, but I really need to get some more beta users trying the thing out before I'll be ready for that. I'm pretty miserable at Twitter and overall don't use social media much- which is apparently a disaster for marketing! Any and all suggestions would be awesome, I am really just looking to find people who will use it and tell me what they would be looking for feature wise, as we have a lot of options of where to take this and I'd rather not guess what people want. @Carl @OSUbl
  3. @Dipscom wanted to make sure you saw the upgrade!
  4. Ok I'm excited to say the logic and views appear to work now - plus a login problem I didn't realize I had - and I've got the greensock coupon set to give 12 months of PRO subscription. I'll be putting some other coupons online but I don't think any others will be for that long, but I've had so much kindness here over the years! Thanks so much to @Carl, @OSUblake, @GreenSock, and others who have answered my questions, created Codepens I was able to drop into my projects, and so much more. So the coupon is greensockers The url to enter that into is https://w
  5. You guys are sweet! 2 kids with strep throat today so I'm a bit exhausted! But working to get that upgrade logic done so anybody here will be able to use the cooler features. Still some CSS ugliness to fix - boy I'm pretty bad at CSS - but a few nice folks have already given me suggestions, which is super. So I'll be back soon with the upgrade info - looks like the easiest thing is to give out a code and set up a modal input for that, and write that to Firebase. I'm using Zapier for the stuff from Sendowl (ecommerce thingy) - frankly its way too early to think about as
  6. Funny my thing says I'm a newbie, I've been here and and off for a lotta years! Had sick kids today so didn't get the logic for the upgrades done - I'm going to do a custom code rather than run it through my ecommerce, as I think people much prefer not having to check out. So hoping to have a simple modal form with the code input up tomorrow.
  7. I'll upgrade any and all devs for FREE for a year from Greensock - I'm adding the logic for that today - if you login I'll see your email and I will upgrade you Hey @OSUblake ! I finished the demo - https://readvisually.org - but got sidetracked with this project, which is an offshoot of a much larger and more involved SVG editor that I was using to create ebooks for the read visually project! Hoping to get this one situated so I can go back to the read visually, as I am planning to use it to teach my daughter to read.
  8. Thanks Jack, sorry to shamelessly self promote But I'm trying to bake in some features for devs like me, and this is a good place to find them!
  9. Hello guys - I've finally finished an app I've been working on for some time, as while it doesn't showcase GSAP (which I've used in just about everything else I've ever done!) - I'd love to offer free pro accounts for any developers over here who might want to use it. I have about 33,000 Open Source & Creative Commons graphics, inside of an easy to use SVG editor that can output PNGS or SVGs, and will soon also have app icon exports for IOS and Android, as well as export for the Spine animation platform. We have a few thousand pieces of game art as well - including over 400 of the best Gli
  10. Beware I'm sure there are still glitches, and there's lots of cleanup to do - but here is a link to the live demo of the Learn to Read Visually app! No website or anything yet, and the app is far from done. You have to match about 7 things to move through each scene, and right now I have 4 activities live. Just about all tweening uses GSAP - as well as the drag and drop, the animation stuff is Spine.
  11. Hey Blake! I'm just writing about you in a new blog I started I stopped by to grab the link to that great sample you made for me of the buttery smooth drag and drop using Pixi and Greensock. Things are going great - I'm trying to upload the demo of my app today or tomorrow - I'll be sure to post a link here. On a weird side note I've applied for this opportunity to compete to be selected for a free trip to interview for jobs in Wellington, New Zealand (LookSee) - so I'm trying to clean up some of my stuff and build a blog that makes me sound like I know what I'm talking about, lol. I'd lo
  12. Your Cherokee learning app looks really great, especially for HTML5! Boy sometimes I miss the days of Flash. You could just build something and know it would look great without worrying so much about the positioning woes that have come w/ moving to HTML5. Springroll's demos are super limited and don't work as advertised - they assume you've coded other stuff, which isn't a great way to do demos. The project looks like it had great promise but the docs are also 1/2 abandoned, at least on the wiki. Yeah I even tend to search Github based on "recently updated" - as I've also been burne
  13. Hey 1 question: since you are using a DIV as a proxy, how would that convert if compiling to a native app via something like Cordova or Cocoon.io? Cocoon seems to have 2 options, either Canvas+ or Webview, and apparently the Webview which uses DOM elements is a lot slower and less "native"-y. Would using this proxy force you to choose that option?
  14. Hey That's lovely! to be honest not making out so great, Zim is amazing if i were making browser stuff, but it's not very optimized for mobile, and I'm bound to have issues with regards to performance. This app is mainly for the app stores, as my own child will only do it on the tablet and not on the computer - so I want to focus on the stores primarily, and web as a secondary platform. After playing around w/ things like Unity (agggh) and Corona (actually quite nice, but samples are too limited for me w/ the lack of Lua knowledge) - I can upon Springroll, which is an "educational js e
  15. I think I've found a much better framework for doing what I'm looking for than Pixijs - http://zimjs.com/ Zim seems to be built with education in mind, and has lots of built in stuff i can use to manage everything. So now I can use Greensock wherever I want
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