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JS: Converting RGB colorspace to HSV

December 19, 2017 • English, JavaScript

When writing a program which deals with color, there might be a need to convert a color representation from a colorspace to another. Here we will learn how to convert a color from rgB to HSV. 2011 is the year I started writing a color picker plugin for jQuery. Due to the nature of a […]

Releasing PopMenu to Public

July 29, 2016 • English, News

While cleaning up my harddisk, I found a personal project I have made in 2014. This mini project which I named it PopMenu is a jQuery plugin that lets you add right-click context menu (popup menu) to any HTML element on your web page. The plugin is fully functional. So rather than having it buried […]

Purging Plurk Posts

June 20, 2016 • English, Social Media, Tutorials

After my last attempt to purge all my tweets at Twitter. This time I was removing all my plurks at Plurk, a less popular yet unique microblogging site. While there are apps for deleting entire tweets, I didn’t find one for Plurk, except a python script.¬†At first I was deleting it one by one using […]

5 Reasons Why Programmer is an Artist

November 20, 2014 • English, Programming

Yesterday I just read a very interesting article about The Programmer’s Price. It’s mainly about how an entertainment agency has shifted from recruiting artists into recruiting programmers as their talents. Although artists and programmers seems unrelated at all, this agency maintains its talent management business model. That is, acting as a programmer’s manager, and handle […]

Launching Nualus.net

November 25, 2013 • English, Web Programming, Work Life

Starting up a company is not as simple as signing up a Paypal account. Signing up a Paypal account is still much straightforward. Actually, opening up a local bank account is still simpler than registering a company. Prior registering a company, there are number of legal documents required. And these documents have to be obtained […]

A Complete Rewrite of jQuery Wheel Color Picker

July 10, 2013 • English, Programming

It’s been two years since the first version of jQuery Wheel Color Picker plugin is out. Now the brand new version 2 is finally released featuring a complete rewrite and so many new good things to try! Complete Rewrite So the question is, why should we have a complete rewrite? Isn’t the first one is […]

Getting 3 Stars on Candy Crush Saga’s Timed Levels

May 1, 2013 • English, Mobile Games

Lately I have been so much into this simple yet addicting game, Candy Crush Saga. Actually it’s just a kind of match 3 game, but with more features, levels and objectives. One interesting level that I want to post here is about ‘timed’ level. It is a level where the player is given limited time, […]

PlayOnLinux Install Script for HOMM1

January 30, 2013 • English, PC Games, Programming

Yesterday I just played around with PlayOnLinux install scripts. Previously I have successfully installed Heroes of Might and Magic 1 bought from GOG.com to my Linux box using PlayOnLinux. There’s no PlayOnLinux install script for this game at the moment and manual install is not that straightforward. I needed to tweak a bit on DOSBox […]

Wheel Color Picker 1.2 is Out!

August 17, 2011 • English, Web Programming

Despite the two months age of the Wheel Color Picker plugin since its first debut, it is already used in various websites across countries. Therefore I am happy to announce the new release of jQuery Wheel Color Picker plugin! This new version adds some new exciting features and fixes: Setting preset value is now supported. […]