Rainbow Dash

Rainbow dash is out. Here’s a brief promo video of it: I’ve polished it up a little bit, reduce the difficulty, and put out webGL versions out across several different websites, including the following so far: Kongregate: https://www.kongregate.com/games/Ragnarokat/rainbow-dash Simmer.io: https://simmer.io/@Ragnarokat/rainbow-dash Itch.io: https://ragnarokat.itch.io/rainbow-dash Newgrounds: https://www.newgrounds.com/portal/view/749457 Game jolt: https://gamejolt.com/games/rainbow-dash/473993 There are a few more hosting sites thatContinue reading “Rainbow Dash”

An Anonymous Chatroom

I started on this project about a week ago. It’s supposed to be an anonymous chatroom program. Right now there is only one chatroom available to the whole world, but later it will be divided up into mini rooms. Here are the links to the app: frontend: https://chatroom-client-bwyao.herokuapp.com/ backend: https://chatroom-server-bwyao.herokuapp.com frontend code repo: https://github.com/ragnarokatz/chatroom-client backendContinue reading “An Anonymous Chatroom”

Jest and Puppeteer

Consider the following scenario: I’m using the javascript library puppeteer to do a bunch of browser related operations. However, these operations are ad-hoc and I would like to re-use the same browser and page instance to runs the jobs whenever they are called. Therefore, I don’t open 1,000,000 new browsers if I’m running the functionContinue reading “Jest and Puppeteer”

Happy times

My pull request to Mozilla’s addons-code-manager repository has been merged! PR here: https://github.com/mozilla/addons-code-manager/pull/1255 I have been recognized for my contribution on Mozilla’s official contribution wiki! Wiki link: https://wiki.mozilla.org/Add-ons/Contribute/Recognition#November_2019 As well as an invitation to join the community https://mozillians.org/! Happy times. Time to find the next issue to work on.

D-link DWA-182 driver for Ubuntu 18.04

My wifi mysteriously died in Ubuntu 18.04 for my dual-boot desktop, again. Just a quick heads-up, my desktop does not have a built-in wifi adapter. I purchased a USB dongle a couple years ago, namely the D-link DWA-182 version C to enable it to connect to wifi. It died because linux kernel has been updatedContinue reading “D-link DWA-182 driver for Ubuntu 18.04”

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