This is the blog of Max Froumentin, in which he likes to show off his interest in web technology, graphics, maths and programming. More available on his website.
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TL;DR: tried ReactJS, went back to d3js. Web Components are on their way to a browser near us, and I’m not sure if I’m excited about them or not. On the one hand your HTML will be much easier to … Continue reading
Historique is a new web application to make interactive narrative charts. It lets you create events with dates, people with pictures and displays everything on various timelines. Click on the screenshot to see a narrative chart of Raiders of the … Continue reading
One of the deliverables of the VOICES project is a meeting organiser web application. With, unsurprisingly, database tables for users, meetings, participants, time slots, etc; nothing a competent hacker couldn’t write in a few days using any web app framework. … Continue reading
As part of some data visualisation I’m currently working on (more on that soon), I needed a way to show simple street maps in the background of the data to be visualised. I looked around for existing SVG map renderers, … Continue reading