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Goatstone

Goatstone, Web Development

Goatstone is primarily but not exclusively, Jose Collas. Here you will find a collection of some of our work. Goatstone is involved in web development, primary using the technologies: JavaScipt, CSS and HTML. To see code for various projects, please, go to the Goatstone Github account.

D3 Framework d3-frame.goatstone.com

D3 and React Methodologies for using the D3 visualization library with React

I have been working with React ( reactjs.org ) and D3 ( d3js.org ) together and I am documenting methodologies in a gitHub repository,

React versus Angular Angular vs. React

For many years there was Backbone and jQuery to build the front end of web sites. Applications built with these web technologies needed more of a framework than what these libraries provided. Comparing existing frameworks has been an ongoing task for the modern web developer.

Following is a link to a comparison of React and Angular(NOT js).

AlphaCronke AlphaCronke

This example uses a really great library D3js (d3js.org). "AlphaCronke" is the latest work with this library. The application consists of text from the story, Dickory Cronke by Daniel Defoe and a widget that enables the user to select words by alphabetical range.

With this widget the user can highlight the selected words in the text. D3js is the only library used.

Ameb, a game ameb.goatstone.com

Ameb was an entry into the JS13kGames JavaScript competition. Ameb must eat food in order to accumulate health points and stay alive. JS13kGames JavaScript competition

The player of Ameb navigates the character, Ameb, to catch food.

SVG Samples svg.goatstone.com

A series of SVG graphics using the JavaScript libraries: Snap.svg ( snapsvg.io ) and StampIt (github.com/ericelliott/stampit).

This project explores various strategies for implementing SVG graphics, especially animations.