Beer Bubbles CSS
Another random conversation led to this experiment . . . it’s animated CSS which is pretty cool but I can’t take any credit for it.
I found this example on Codepen and then mainly gutted it to make what you see below (also a minor experiment with flexbox).
See the Pen CSS Animated Beer Pour (Forked from CSS Beaker Pen) by Tom (@twwoodward) on CodePen.
Sometimes the options given in Google Forms just won’t quite work for what you want to do. Maybe you want a particular look, or an interaction, or whatever that Google Forms just won’t do. Luckily, it’s not too hard to make a custom form that can do whatever you want and still has the ability to write the submitted data to a Google Spreadsheet and the form HTML is still served by Google. The following steps should get you up and running and comments in the scripts should provide additional details. Make a new spreadsheet in Google Sheets. Go to Tools>Script Editor Select all that stuff and replace it with the content below. Replace the string of ****** with the ID of your spreadsheet. Then save it. If you get any permissions prompts approve them. Make a new HTML page (File>New>HTML File) and name it index.html Select all and replace it with this.This is as parsed down as I could get it so it’s easier to understand (I hope). Save it. To make sure things work, let’s publish it (Publish>Deploy as Web App). Now go to that URL and submit something and see if it goes to the spreadsheet. If so, great. Now you can start customizing the form to reflect your needs. This form should now write to a […]
flickr photo shared by ajmexico under a Creative Commons ( BY ) license I’m trying to step up my programming game a bit.or have a programming game I suppose . . . APIs are also getting more and more accessible to jokers like myself.I’m trusting Kin here rather than Jim despite Jim’s overpowering charisma. And if that makes no sense to you, just ignore it or read here. (In this case I also use php, cron, and some regex.) All of this should make Alan very proud. But I’m relatively terrible at doing things without a purpose. Luckily one wandered in on Tuesday. A faculty member who I’ve worked with a few times before came in and asked if there was any way to grab Instagram data for a project on social media and health that focused on vaping and ecigs. I’m not one to look a gift project in the mouth so I said I’d take a stab at it. Step one was to check out Instagram’s APII still miss RSS.– in particular I wanted to see the tag endpoints. Those are URLs that give you access to JSON data. To get at these you need to register as an Instagram developer and register a client. This is a pretty straightforward process. After that I browsed around GitHub to […]