[JS] cm-rotate.js

lab | April 4, 2013 | 3 Comments   

ABOUT
Rotate js using CSS translate3d and transition
     • No dependencies
     • Works in all major browsers that support CSS translate3d or transition (IE9+)
     • Works on tablet PC
     • MIT License
EXAMPLE
http://cmiscm.github.com/cm-rotate.js/
DOWNLOAD FROM GITHUB
https://github.com/cmiscm/cm-rotate.js
USAGE
Download the js file and include it in your html.

Add CMRotate.init function in your Javascript code.

DISPOSE
Remove all events and requestAnimationFrame
LICENSE
Copyright (c) 2013 Jongmin Kim
Licensed under the MIT license.

FFF on a Kindle

cm-log | March 30, 2013 | Comment   

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LUGER’S 2013 – Lugr Log

projects | March 29, 2013 | Comment   
CONCEPT
Luger’s Day is Firstborn’s annual party to celebrate Firstborners, and we usually did some funny things for the day.
- See what I did for last Luger’s Day.
  
For Luger’s 2013, we made an camera App named ‘Lugr Log’ and a website.
The idea is very fun, everyone install the Lugr Log App on their phone, and they will have 36 photos to use from 11 am Thursday to 11 am Friday.
The photos will be automatically saved on the server and starting the morning after, we will be able to watch the photos on the Lugr Log site.
People can’t see clearly the screen when they take a picture, so nobody know what picture will be on the site next day :)
The App has a special function, when people launch the App on next day, the App display ‘self-destruct’ message and show explosion animation with vibration.
LUGR LOG APP ON IPHONE
APP DESIGN








WEBSITE DESIGN



2013 LUGER’S DAY

CREDITS
Idea : Brett Swanson
Producer : Jillian Likens
Android Developer : Zeh Fernando
Back-end, iOS Developer : Phil Baudoin
Front-end Developer : Emily Park
Designer : Jongmin Kim

Meta Tag redirect problem for Sharing to Google+

lab | March 11, 2013 | Comment   

If your website has only one HTML file, and using hash tag(#) to load different pages – like All Flash website – you can use custom share.php to share your website with different information for each pages.

This is an old version share.php code

 
 
It was working pretty well until last week.
But suddenly it doesn’t work perfectly, which means, Google+ doesn’t get the informations (title, description and thumbnail image) from share.php.
The problem is because of meta tag redirect.

So just use Javascript redirect instead of meta tag redirect.
Besides, you don’t need to use Schema.org microdata anymore.
Google+ recommend to use that - see this page -, but now Google+ perfectly get the informations from Open Graph protocol.
Here is the code.

SHARE.PHP

HOW TO USE – JAVASCRIPT

 
 
Thanks to Emily and Zeh to found the solution of this problem with me.

The pictures for my interview

cm-log | March 10, 2013 | Comment