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seangeleno / index.html
Created Jan 12, 2020
Rainbow Rotating Dots
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<canvas id="c"></canvas>
<script src=""></script>
<script src=""></script>
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A reactive particle system based on audio analysis of FFT (fast fourier transform) spectrum. Groups of circles are tied from low to high frequencies of audio in the current time.


  • Move mouse to affect circles positions.
  • Change the controls in the top panel to see different arrangements and color themes.

Libraries used in this pen:

  • jQuery
seangeleno / index.html
Created Jan 12, 2020
Life unfolding in form, shape and colors
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<div class="_controls hidden"><button class="_new">New</button>
<span style="pointer-events: none">Move mouse to let the form evolve.<br>Click New to start from a new form.</span></div>
<svg width="100%" height="100%" class="_svg">
<g class="_g"></g>
seangeleno / index.html
Created Oct 13, 2019
Visualizing The Sun's Path in the Sky
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<canvas id="zdog-canvas" width="800" height="640"></canvas>
<div class="place-controls">
<button id="south">« South</button>
<p id="place">Current Place</p>
<button id="north">North »</button>
<div class="time-controls">
<p id="month">Current Month</p>
<div class="buttons">
<button id="rewind">«</button>
seangeleno / Liberal Regex Pattern for Web URLs
Created Oct 1, 2019 — forked from gruber/Liberal Regex Pattern for Web URLs
Liberal, Accurate Regex Pattern for Matching Web URLs
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The regex patterns in this gist are intended only to match web URLs -- http,
https, and naked domains like "". For a pattern that attempts to
match all URLs, regardless of protocol, see:
# Single-line version:
# bash script to withdraw btc from coinbasepro programatically with electrum wallet
electrum -v daemon start -w $HOME/.electrum/wallets/default_wallet -s electrums3lojbuj.onion:50001:t -p socks5: && electrum -v daemon load_wallet -w $HOME/.electrum/wallets/default_wallet && ccxt coinbasepro withdraw BTC $(ccxt coinbasepro fetchBalance | grep -e "BTC: [0-9].[0-9]\{8\}" | head -1 | cut -c 18-27) $(electrum getunusedaddress)
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Hex2RGB | An Animated Guide to Hex Codes

This is a animated guide to what hex codes are, and how to convert them to RGB. Knowing this can make it easier to adjust, or understand your colors when all you have is the hex code. There a some interactivity and animations that make this guide semi-engaging.

A Pen by Josh Kennedy on CodePen.


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<b id="click" style='display:block;background:rgb(80,80,80);text-align:center;color:white;padding: 1em 0 1em;cursor:pointer;'>DISCLAIMER (click to view)</b><b id='caring' style='display:none;padding: 10px;border-top: 15px solid #f1bc1a'><u>This piece of CSS magic is free for everyone.</u><br />Use it, steal it, claim it your own. I don't care. <span style="font-size:24px">Actually,</span> I care if it was helpful and you managed to create something new and amazing. If you like this experiment, I would love to hear from you via <a href="">Twitter</a> to see how you implemented this in your project :) <br /><br /> <br /> <br /> Credit where credit is due: <br /> I wanted to create my own timeline after seeing Paul Stamatious' one over at <a href=""> his website</a></b>
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Bubble Sort Colors

Using CSS grid and a few lines of JavaScript, visualize a bubble sort algorithm with a bit of a rainbow.

A Pen by Gabriele Corti on CodePen.


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