Now idk how this would work logistically but it could be as simple as pressing buttons on your keyboard and the intensity of cheers and boos are based on how many people are cheering/booing.
Sure this has the potential to get uncontrollable and they'd most probably just rig it but yeh something along these lines would be great if they plan it right and I'm sure they could if they put in the effort idk I'm rly high
Unlike other web frameworks, JustPy has no front-end/back-end distinction. All programming is done on the back-end allowing a simpler, more productive, and more Pythonic web development experience. JustPy removes the front-end/back-end distinction by intercepting the relevant events on the front-end and sending them to the back-end to be processed.
In JustPy, elements on the web page are instances of component classes. A component in JustPy is a Python class that allows you to instantiate reusable custom elements whose functionality and design is encapsulated away from the rest of your code.
Custom components can be created using other components as building blocks. Out of the box, Ju... keep reading on reddit ➡
Hello r/spotify, I made a web app for Spotify users that shows you your favourite songs in an interactive way! Whisperify chooses 10 of your top songs using your listening history over the past few months, and you get a 5 second snippet, or a ‘whisper’, to guess each song. At the end, you can see how your performance compares to the scores of other users. I had lots of fun trying to guess the songs that I listened to often but their names were at the tip of my tongue. Try it out if you like, and feel free to ask any questions or give feedback!
EDIT: I'm reading all your feedback and I'll answer questions as soon as I can! Thank you all so much for the support, I had lots of fun making this.
Songs you don't listening to appearing on the quiz: I make an API call to Spotify to get your ~100 most popular songs over the past 6 months, so there might be songs you only listened to once or twice if you don't listen to too man... keep reading on reddit ➡
Greetings from the Kluge Interactive team here!
It's time for the “Synth Riders" AMA with Creative Director Abraham, Lead developer Jhean, and Game Director Arturo!
This AMA is hosted in celebration of the release of the new cross-platform, realtime multiplayer mode that is launching NOW in Synth Riders! We’ve also listened to a lot of community feedback and have completely redesigned the UI from the ground up.
We are looking forward to answering all your questions about developing a VR rhythm game, some of the design choices we’ve made, building the Quest port, Abraham's obsession for Synthwave, how the new multiplayer mode works, etc.!
We’ll also be giving out our 5 favorite questions a game key and our absolute favorite question a key and a Synth Riders t-shirt!
ABOUT THE GAME
Synth Riders is part action, part dance, and part rhythm. You’ll experience incredible music in a whole new way as your arms soar when riding our uni... keep reading on reddit ➡
So we are told to shut down our interactive consoles which only 1 or works the reason being to help prevent spread of covid 19. But like isn’t the rest of our store idk like all the game cases an even more likely culprit to house the virus. Who is running the show cause it don’t make sense anymore.
We are very excited to announce that the wiki is now getting interactive maps! We just released the first one for Customs (https://escapefromtarkov.gamepedia.com/Customs#Interactive_Map) and more are sure to follow. With these interactive maps you can zoom, move around, add and remove item filters, and even see scav patrol paths! This was done in part to reduce the number of maps and have an all-in-one place to go for your map needs in an easy to read and navigate way. A big thanks to /u/GuideZ for getting this all setup and to /u/Glory4lyfe for the base map that everything is build on top of!
Edit: Here's a screenshot of what it looks like: https://i.imgur.com/U9bhpvu.png
Edit 2: Some of you asked for a full-screen option, so we added it! In the top-left of the map just below the zoom option you'll find the button. We also saw some of you asking for the map to be on its own page instead of on the Customs page, so you can now ALSO find the map on this independent page: https://escape... keep reading on reddit ➡
Anyone here who can please point me in the right direction?
Hey everyone, a while back I posted a prototype of a web based version of the SSBU select screen (https://www.reddit.com/r/NintendoSwitch/comments/cuepkn/interactive_web_version_of_ssbu_select_screen/).
Here is a link to the original prototype I made: https://shmickle.github.io/ssbu/
Here is the link to the new version using Vue.js: https://shmickle.github.io/ssbu-character-select/
Here is the source code for anyone interested: https://github.com/shmickle/ssbu-select-screen
Note: This is fully responsive; however on mobile devices it doesn't look much like the screen in game. For the best exp... keep reading on reddit ➡
This circle of fifths allows you to choose your tonic and mode and will then show you the 7 chords found within whatever tonic/mode you’ve selected.
Hope it helps!
Did you score tickets? Stuck in line? Post about it here!
BASSNECTAR is throwing a 2-day fundraiser camping event benefitting his nonprofit Be Interactive, Aug 7 & 8 in Somerset, WI. Be apart of a great cause plus see a super-stacked lineup with Bassnectar, Zeds Dead, The Glitch Mob, Shlump, Kursa, Lucii, Ternion Sound + more!
All tickets go on sale Friday Feb 28 @ 10am CT
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8/7 + 8/8 GA + Camping
8/7 + 8/8 VIP + Camping
Access to VIP Viewing Area with private bar and bathrooms
Exclusive VIP Poster
Souvenir VIP Wristband
Early Entry to Concert Field
Our Signature RV lot which features electric and water hook ups,... keep reading on reddit ➡
It's just an idea. Would you join? I've already run a course at my company so I've got all the materials and everything.
I made a YouTube channel, you can subscribe here: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCuiHDgG-Vzkg4wbaCe9nczQ
There are still an awful lot to do, please be patient, I'll post in r/learnprogramming when I'm ready.
Every once in a while I get frustrated with this group, so I need to vent. Winnie’s vent time!
Even though our membership grows daily, we seem to have fewer people truly involved. Lately it seems that a very small number of people are actually benefiting. Some newer people are really reluctant to thoroughly read the lessons, do the written work, and actually learn something new. They want to skim...say they’ve “started to read the lessons”. Then they post, wanting to be told they are great actors without any effort. When I give them feedback they say...”Yeah...I know I could do better” but then I never see them try. Those people will never succeed. There are only a very few that are dedicated enough to grow and improve.
One thing that upset me quite a bit, recently, is that several people who posted monologues, deleted them after I gave them long detailed feedback. I want everyone to understand how I want this venue to work. This is a class. I want people to learn from each other. I... keep reading on reddit ➡
Hi all I'm keen to see how you guys share any fancy interactive visualisations with non Python users?
I really like the hover / tooltip feature with Plotly Express but couldn't find a way to share those beautiful graphs with managers who don't have Python installed.
I started experimenting with Altair which seems like a good alternative and you can export to an embedded html file.
It got me thinking what do other people use when a JPG won't cut it?
Here is an interactive map I produced that shows COVID-19 cases by county for Washington, Oregon and California. The map will be updated daily in the late afternoon (Pacific time).
Click any circle for details including the data source. For the map legend and more information, click “Map tips” in the upper left corner.
Open the map:
I'll try my best to keep this clear and concise.
Last year, during my last semester of undergrad, I took an introductory Python course taught by a Google engineer who did a tremendous job and opened up a whole different thought process for me (s/o Jason Prodonovich). Being that this was the only programming language I ever learned besides R (which I mastered with ease in comparison to python), I must say I had some difficulties with Python. However, for some odd reason, my sadistic mind still loves Python and I would love to keep working with it.
With that being said - my passion are sports, politics, and the economy. I originally began working with sports betting via R - and still am due to the success I've had from it - but would like to expand my knowledge in the Finance field and learn how to curate an algorithm tailored to IB ( yes, obviously due to the fact coronavirus stole my soul and now I have no sports to bet on and I must take risks to remain sane in this world). The pr... keep reading on reddit ➡
Here are my estimates on what games Feral Interactive will bring to Linux in 2020. These are based on historical data.
[Title] - [Windows release date]
DiRT Rally 2.0 is developed by Codemasters and is currently the most played in all of Codemasters' latest games if we exclude F1 2019. I don't think it's profitable to port F1 2019.
Marvel's Avengers is developed by Crystal Dynamics which is also the developer of the Tomb Raider reboot game series. Feral ported the whole reboot series and has partnership with Square Enix.
HITMAN 2 is developed by IO Interactive and published by Warner Bros. Interactive Entertainment which is also the publisher for Middle-earth: Shadow of Mordor and Mad Max.