Category Archives: JavaScript

Star Particles

5 Comments 7 November 2011

Two posts in two days! Just made a star version of the fun particle thing I made yesterday! Check it out here. The stars are drawn with code – check the source code to see how. I’ve got a few … Continue reading


Posted in Experiment, JavaScript, Physics

Fun with JavaScript and particles

Leave a comment 6 November 2011

So since my last post exactly 2 months ago it’s remained fairly quiet on the site. The reason being that I’m currently tech lead on a big project at Specialmoves that is due to go live really soon (more on … Continue reading


Posted in Experiment, JavaScript, Physics

HTML5 Snake

Leave a comment 16 March 2011

This is something I made this morning. I wanted to see if I could make a simple game in a couple of hours and I use to love playing snake on my old Nokia back when I was at school … Continue reading


Posted in HTML5, JavaScript

Simple image physics with HTML5 Canvas

Leave a comment 19 January 2011

I must admit that since returning from over 7 months travelling I’ve lost a little of my motivation for programming. However this afternoon at work I had a little downtime and decided to read through some of my emails and … Continue reading


Posted in HTML5, JavaScript, Physics

Simple JavaScript Physics

11 Comments 5 March 2010

Throw Physics It’s been a fairly quiet Friday afternoon so I thought I’d play around with some more JavaScript. This time I’ve created some simple throw physics… you can click and throw the balls around the browser window. Each ball … Continue reading


Posted in HTML5, JavaScript, Physics
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