I recently deployed a handful transparent server-side tweak to WordDice that bring the API up-to scratch(reliability and logging wise) for being released for public use. Using the API in your programs is super simple. Continue reading →
Wow… I came across something very interesting today while going through my rather inactive Vimeo account… The final presentation for my university thesis that I did with Pallavi Sah back in 2010!
The thesis is titled ‘interactive online teaching and learning’ and it uses HTML5 to build a highly interactive teaching/collaboration tool for students and teachers. I am not sure where the source code is but it’d be nice to get my hands on it sometime. Till then, be sure to check out the video below!… Continue reading →
One of the secret features in Word Dice is a built in API request counter with a nifty HTML5 reporting page. If you use iPhone, be sure to add it to your home-screen and u’ll get the ‘full experience’. Check it out!…
Does the image above ring a bell? Is it because it’s got nice sharp Metro looks or do you think you’ve seen it before? Whatever it is you can be sure that WordDice is preparing to get squished into your pocket! The killer feature?… Ranked word suggestions so you can easily choose what word to use! Trust me when I say that this works VERY WELL on mobile!