Coding, JavaScript

10 PRINT in p5.js and Python. Emulating a text console.

A simple code creating a beautiful pattern using text:

Based on a coding challenge by Daniel Shiffman, where he created a version of the classic one-line Commodore 64 BASIC program in JavaScript using p5.js. Inspired by the book 10 PRINT (https://10print.org/, Amazon: http://amzn.to/2wJlRVx )

Simon later made a similar project about #10PRINT in Python:

 

View the awesome 10 PRINT creations via the #10print hashtag on Twitter: https://twitter.com/search?f=tweets&q=%2310print%20&src=typd

API, Coding, English and Text-Based Data, JavaScript, Milestones, Server Side Programming

Simon’s Spellcheck API

Simon has continued with server side programming and made a spellcheck API! Here is the link, you can play with it yourself by adding new words to the corpus (dictionary):

https://spellcheck-api.herokuapp.com/

Here is how the API works:

And the making of, step by step:

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

The project is partially based on what Simon learned from Daniel Shiffman’s tutorials about creating web servers and the materials available online in Daniel Shiffman’s Programming A to Z course (analyzing and generating text-based data) and is partially Simon’s own code.