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NumGuess S-Lang and guideline updates

There was another release in the NumGuess family recently: S-Lang script. I’m still looking for more implementations to add, if you have any ideas please contribute or let me know and I’ll write it.;) The guidelines have been updated too

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Coming soon: Day of The Tentacle Remastered

Originally released by LucasArts in 1993, Day of The Tentacle to me and many is one of the greatest adventure games of all time. I played through it at least a dozen times, both the floppy and the full talkie

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It’s never late to celebrate

Although 1st January came and went without a post, CodeBin is now officially 3 years old. As my regular readers (if any) know by now, it is time for another recap. Here’s what’s happened in 2015… Well, not a lot

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NumGuess for Haskell, Crystal and Swift

Three new versions of NumGuess have been released this week: The Haskell version was long outstanding, but it is finally here. It was a tricky language at first look, took some trial and error to get my head around the

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Overlap2D 0.1.0 release

Overlap2D is a WYSIWYG UI, scene and level editor by UnderwaterApps, which was released as open source earlier this year. Its goal is to separate the game engine from content creation. Currently, it has a LibGDX runtime. Main features include:

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Upgrading Eclipse 4.4 Luna to 4.5 Mars

Eclipse 4.5 Mars was recently released at the end of June 2015. Upgrading is easy as usual and I didn’t experience any errors this time around. Although the lack of a new logo was a bit of a disappointment. 😉

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There is no cow level

I’m happy to report that there is no cow level in Diablo 3.

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Mangular.js

I recently started having a look at AngularJS to replace HTML + jQuery spaghetti code, and it is pretty neat. I looked at the todo example on the main website and as simple as it may be, I do think

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Mangler.js javascript aggregators

Mangler.js‘ new .aggregate() function helps you do calculations on sets of values with the least amount of coding. Syntax As usual, it comes in two flavours: as a static utility function or as a Mangler object method: Parameters: collection: Any

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Mangler.js transform, deflate and inflate

It is time for some new features, fixes and breaking changes to my Mangler.js object processing library. As I started using it in my projects myself and it seems pretty stable, it might even see an official release soon. Transform

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