I enabled JetPack to talk REST to this blog via the wordpress.com API. My first working URL: https://public-api.wordpress.com/rest/v1/sites/58826716
To run this:
Install node from http://nodejs.org/
git clone https://github.com/broerse/nodejs-clock
In the simple folder from the nodejs-clock where you find app.js enter the next two commands:
npm install express
npm install socket.io
To start the program:
see the clock at work on http://127.0.0.1:8081/
Testing this WordPress on the new virtual server from Amazon Ireland.
You can access the BitTorrent Sync Image folders with the Full access secret: ‘ADDTHISBITTORRENTSYNCIMAGEFOLDERS’ or with the Read only secret: ‘BJSP4QJYXT3DGGY2XJXXUJRDDBRRGITEU’
I am testing a Perl backed BitTorrent Sync folder for images. You can add images yourself. You can also delete Images from others. You can try this by adding the Full access key: ADDTHISBITTORRENTSYNCIMAGEFOLDERS
I hope to see some beautiful images from you.
You can add transform=”scale(2)” in an extra g wrap to scale the SVG like this.
<svg xmlns="http://www.w3.org/2000/svg" version="1.1" height="60" width="347"> <g transform="scale(2)"> <path .... <path .... </g> </svg>
You can also add a viewBox and a style like this:
<svg xmlns="http://www.w3.org/2000/svg" version="1.1" viewBox="0 0 347 60.30408393" style="height:100%; width:50%">
Resize your browser to see the effect.
You can also add an SVG image direct in html5. It is a vector format but I don’t know how to resize it yet. The SVG height/width claims some kind of box space but you can draw SVG outside this box.
This Canvas test is created with SVG to HTML5 Canvas Converter.
I just found GPX Editor again. It can be used to Anonymize time for the OpenStreetMap upload GPX traces like this http://www.openstreetmap.org/user/broerse/traces/1462844
If you like to extract Google Maps Traces add this GMapToGPX bookmarklet: