Another post using the JIMP npm package, this time experimenting with several methods for comparing images to find duplication or plagiarism.Continue reading
One of the JIMP library's many features is the ability to create a Base 64 string from an image. This has various uses (some nefarious...) but in this post I will demonstrate embedding a Base 64 encoded graphic as an image source in an HTML document. This is useful for small images such as logos or button graphics, and while I am using HTML the Base 64 string can also be used in CSS.Continue reading
You may have seen tiny line graphs embedded in tables of data. They are called sparklines and in this post I will write some simple code to create them as SVG images from an array of data and insert them into an HTML element.Continue reading
Dates and times are less than straightforward to deal with, partly because of the varying sizes of the units which don't often fit neatly into the larger units, and partly because of the almost infinite number of ways they can be expressed in natural language.
My original intention was to simply produce a filterable version of the table, and in this post I have done just that. However, while researching the topic I found that it was far more complex than I originally realised and that there is huge scope for expanding the topic to show more infomation and also to show the existing information in different formats. This is therefore an ongoing project which I will enhance in the future. Watch this space...Continue reading