Tree: Visualizing File Structures with JavaScript

Sometimes it is useful to be able to see the structure of a directory of files in an intuitive way, such as a tree visualization. Unfortunately, many of the available tools for doing to must be downloaded and installed, which takes time and is sometimes a more complicated and risky endeavor than one would hope … Read moreTree: Visualizing File Structures with JavaScript

Web – Another JavaScript Program

Note: I’m now doing posts with previews on the home page instead of the full text. If you think a post is going to be interesting, you can click “Read more” (or the post’s title) to read the full post. If you don’t think it’s going to be interesting, then you can still read the post, but you might not like it. I think they’re all pretty interesting, but I may be biased (possibly because I wrote them all). Previous posts that I haven’t written descriptions for (and don’t plan to, at least in the near future) will just display the first few words of the post before the “Read more” link. On future posts, instead of this, you’ll see a description of what the post is actually about, something like this:

This is a program that creates nice-looking (at least in my opinion) “webs” using JavaScript and the HTML5 canvas. It creates random “nodes” and then connects them with bézier curves. You can also customize the way the webs look, so that’s pretty cool, I guess.

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