This afternoon, I attended a workshop at the Taylor Institute titled Learning through Virtual Gameplay. The bulk of the workshop involved a hands-on activity to develop a simple HTML5 game using GDevelop5. In the game, the player navigates the hero across a skeletal image of a hand, identifying bones specified by the game. Thanks to the … Continue reading Play my Hand Bone Identification Game
I wanted to do some Perl coding. More accurately, I wanted to resume work on an old Perl project. Details on that may follow. I needed to set up a Perl dev environment. I used Eclipse for Perl dev work in the past, but I wanted to try using this Komodo editor, mostly because I was already using it for Firefox development.
One piece of coding work that I would like to accomplish is an enhancement to Mozilla Firefox. As most people probably already know, Firefox is an open-source web browser from the Mozilla corporation. I have used Firefox for many years now, and have generally been pleased with its user interface and performance (although I do believe many people consider it to be bloated).