Tag: javascript

New Table Editor

April 10th, 2013, 2 Comments

After four years of thinking, I’ve finally pulled myself together and created a new version of the Latex Table Editor. The editor is, quite surprisingly, by far the most visited page on truben.no so I’ve been eager to create a better one. Since it works with a few new formats (HTML, CSV, plain text) i’ve rebranded […]

Updated Latex Table Editor

March 1st, 2011, 5 Comments

Because of the surprisingly big success of my latex table editor, I decided to update it with some nifty new features. The biggest improvement is that it’s now possible to rearrange the rows in the table. Simply drag and drop, using the handles to the left of the rows. I’ve also added a drop down […]

Emulators in JavaScript!

February 14th, 2010, Comments Off on Emulators in JavaScript!

I have in the recent past been made aware that it’s actually possible to create emulators in pure JavaScript. Along with the “new” canvas-tag, it turns out that the newest and fastest web browsers actually manages to emulate old game-consoles in an impressive manner. Some even with sound! Here’s a list of some emulators created […]

Brand new Latex Tools page

January 26th, 2010, 10 Comments

For about six months ago I made a JavaScript program that could help me to produce Bibtex entries. It has now been on truben.no for a while, and I have certainly benefited from it! Two days ago I started to argue with Latex again, and this time it was because of how latex markup tables. […]

BibTeX Online Editor

August 20th, 2009, Comments Off on BibTeX Online Editor

Just finished my first pure javascript program! It’s a simple program, based on the JQuery library, that generates a BibTeX entity. Check it out http://truben.no/latex/bibtex/.

AJAX biblioteker

April 30th, 2009, Comments Off on AJAX biblioteker

Jeg skal som tidligere nevnt skrive masteroppgave om AJAX. Etter å ha vært på ROOTS har jeg fått noen nye idéer, samt fått noen flere biblioteker å tenke på: JQuery (selvsagt) Rightclick + editable plug ins I tillegg fant jeg dette lure biblioteket i dag: http://code.google.com/p/reallysimplehistory/

High Quality in YouTube

February 9th, 2009, 1 Comment

Some days ago my friend Tobias gave me a nifty tip on how you get high quality on all videos in YouTube. All you need to do is append the following string to the YouTube address: “&fmt=18”. I’ve created a small bookmarklet so it’s even easier. Just drag this link to your browser’s bookmark (favorite) […]


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