Author Archives: Jin Sung

JW Media Player Clickable Transcript

Context: This code controls the media player (http://www.jwplayer.com/) via javascript API.  The inspiration/idea came from Philip Hutchinson’s Easy Captions code (http://pipwerks.com/2010/06/07/for-your-reading-pleasure-easycaptions/) which provides an incredibly elegant solution to captions/transcripts embedded as html (instead of being dynamically loaded). This code basically serves … Continue reading

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Learning Swift: Calculator App, part 5. Revamping the logic/design

This is part 5 of my Learning Swift Calculator App. This update is mostly about the code structure and design decision about the calculator and its behavior. Technical lessons learned: Adding variable values in the middle of the string is … Continue reading

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Learning Swift: Calculator App, part 4. Autolayout

This is part 4 of my Learning Swift Calculator App. Progress: UI elements will be evenly distributed on any size screen and orientation. Lessons learned: Autolayout is a wonderful thing and Apple does their best to help developers who would prefer … Continue reading

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Learning Swift: Calculator App, part 3. IBOutlet and button touch highlighting

This is part 3 of my Learning Swift Calculator App. Progress Working on UIX (visual cue that a button has been touched) Lessons learned: Yes – there is only one item on this update.  Adding a state change when a … Continue reading

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Learning Swfit: Calculator App, part 2. Case, Auto Layout, Variable types

This is part 2 of my Learning Swift Calculator App. Progress: +, -, x operations are now functional decimals also work Lessons learned: It’s easy to get caught up on a new programming language and forget to use universal concepts … Continue reading

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ICON Lab move, VOIP phone logistics, Getting the new building connected

What’s keeping me busy this week? Finalizing the Immersive Construction Lab (ICON Lab) move details Transitioning phone service to VOIP in preparation to the move Getting equipment ready for Comcast to connect the new building (Building 661) Finalizing the Immersive … Continue reading

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