Looking back on 2014 on the category of Game Development
This post looks at one example of how we can Internet-enable a simple LED lantern toy using a wireless Spark Core device and the powerful IFTTT service.
Alex Browne walks you through how to do basic recognition of hand-written digits using GoLearn
In this post we will look at how to secure your AWS solution data using encryption. We will also look at some of various services from AWS and other third party vendors that will help you not only encrypt your data, but take care of more problematic issues such as managing keys
Use your business data to your advantage with the help of Syncfusion’s new data science offerings. Discover how a custom big data solution can provide your company with valuable predictions about key market trends.
In this post we will introduce you to pixi.js, a super-fast rending engine that is also a swiss-army-knife tool with a friendly API.
Robi walks you through how to build mobile games with PhoneGap and Crafty.js
This post shows how to use Chromebots to simplify the process for new users/makers to get to awesome quicker.
Martijn covers his personal experience with Minecraft modding, as well as some advice and tips for people who want to start developing and bring their own creativity to life in Minecraft.
We can tap the vast amount of data from Twitter to generate “public opinion” towards certain topics by aggregating the individual tweet results over time. Sentiment Analysis aims to determine how a certain person or group reacts to a specific topic. Part 1 shows you how.
In this two part post we demonstrate R’s ease, flexibility, and power we will look at how to use R to look at a collection of tweets from the 2014 super bowl, clear up data via R, turn that data it a document matrix so we can analyze the data, then create a “word cloud” so we can visualize our analysis to look for interesting words.