He’s been at it again – here’s a couple more videos this time using the popular server Mineplex.
This year we decided to carve three pumpkins for Halloween. Although not as intricate as some you see, I’m quite happy with my attempts – all designed by my kids.
My son seems to spend his entire time watching YouTube videos by the likes of Stampy and Squiddy so I suggested he had a go himself.
Twenty-odd years ago I knocked up a version of a game from my childhood for my then computer, an Acorn A3010. Hopper was the name of the game, Acornsoft’s take on the classic Frogger – a game that came bundled with my first computer, an Acorn Electron.
To help with building and debugging PhoneGap/Cordova apps there used to be a Chrome plug-in which would let you emulate various device only events and features that normally wouldn’t be available in a normal web browser, i.e. the onDeviceReady event.
In the previous post I did all the groundwork in preparation for installing PhoneGap or Cordova, so now its time to install PhoneGap proper.
Well after a good hour fondling a whole box of Simpsons minifig packets we finally have the last six.
I decided to go down the route of installing Homebrew as it seems it’ll come in handy at a later date for installing other bits and pieces.
Another trip to the shops today and another five minifigs found. Although each figure is pretty unique so it should be easy to find out which is which with a bit of fondling, in reality its not quite as easy as I thought.