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Re: OFFICIAL RELEASE: The Bequer Tools - CSS-3 Machines

Postby kurupetos » Sun Aug 10, 2014 1:50 am

yialousa1971 wrote:
kurupetos wrote:
yialousa1971 wrote:I'm so proud of you Chicken. 8)

He had to do something while locked for so long in the closet... :mrgreen:


She's a Hen not a roaster!

My bad. :oops: :mrgreen:
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Re: OFFICIAL RELEASE: The Bequer Tools - CSS-3 Machines

Postby Get Real! » Mon Nov 24, 2014 1:54 am

Message for Dirk Michael,

Your PayPal transaction for CSS3 Machines has been processed but your email address to receive your personal download link is not contactable.

Please contact support@thebequertools.com
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Re: OFFICIAL RELEASE: The Bequer Tools - CSS-3 Machines

Postby Get Real! » Fri Feb 06, 2015 2:04 am

New Version 1.5

The world’s most powerful suit of visual cross-browser CSS3 designer generators for web script professionals and amateurs alike… just got better!

The new version 1.5 not only improves the appearance, behavior, and overall power of all generators but it now expands to 25 machines including a HTML5 Form builder and a Logo/Ad designer-generator to cover even more web development requirements.

CSS3 Machines is the world’s only complete suit of visual generators housed under one roof to sit on your desktop in the form of an app, capable of handling both the appearance and behavior of all elements created.

The interface is intuitive and very easy to use while the CSS/HTML script generated complies with W3C standards making it suitable for web developers, universities, colleges, programmers, and students. Prices start from just €40.00 for the student license.

So what’s new in version 1.5?

For starters, we have an upgrade to Chromium 35 and I’m pleased to announce that the annoying bug that caused intermittent hanging for some seconds is now well and truly gone!

Second, I present you with the new Logo/Charts generator:

This new generator makes the creation of simple two-dimensional ads, logos, charts, and illustrations child’s play by combining hundreds of flexible font icons with text.

Flowcharts, electronic circuits, Xmas themes, Animals, symbols and a whole bunch of other scalable icons can be easily placed, scaled, colored, and mixed with text to create pretty presentations that deliver a message.

So easy that even a toddler can use it!

Enjoy yourselves…

http://www.thebequertools.com/
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Re: OFFICIAL RELEASE: The Bequer Tools - CSS-3 Machines

Postby Get Real! » Wed Mar 04, 2015 5:10 pm

CSS3 Machines v1.8 now boasts Text Animations!

The new CSS generator comes with 20 fully configurable and impressive text animations at your fingertips to use as attention grabbers in your websites.

As always, the program makes CSS designing child’s play!

http://www.thebequertools.com/
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Re: OFFICIAL RELEASE: The Bequer Tools - CSS-3 Machines

Postby Sotos » Tue Apr 07, 2015 6:49 pm

GR, have you seen this: http://enjoycss.com/
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Re: OFFICIAL RELEASE: The Bequer Tools - CSS-3 Machines

Postby Get Real! » Wed Apr 08, 2015 12:11 am

Sotos wrote:GR, have you seen this: http://enjoycss.com/

Yes, months ago. It’s your typical CSS playground covering all the basics, only it’s harder to figure out than most out there. A big effort by its author but usability is just terrible.

I see a lot of similar sites these days which score very high in beauty (written by very good artists with lots of website creating experience) but are poor in user interaction (due to little or no experience in application development).

As you’ll know, creating websites is one thing but writing full blown applications; where there’s a lot of user interaction, is a different ballgame altogether.
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Re: OFFICIAL RELEASE: The Bequer Tools - CSS-3 Machines

Postby Sotos » Wed Apr 08, 2015 4:22 am

I never really use any of those, but this one had a useful "shapes" section ( http://enjoycss.com/gallery/shapes )... although the code it generated for a shape I wanted had a lot of unnecessary extra lines which I had to clean up manually (from what I remember yours also creates unnecessary lines, like adding browser specific prefixes even when they are not needed)

As you’ll know, creating websites is one thing but writing full blown applications; where there’s a lot of user interaction, is a different ballgame altogether.


That is not the case ;) And why would you even claim that when yours is also a "website" running in chromium?
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Re: OFFICIAL RELEASE: The Bequer Tools - CSS-3 Machines

Postby Get Real! » Wed Apr 08, 2015 5:20 am

Sotos wrote:I never really use any of those, but this one had a useful "shapes" section ( http://enjoycss.com/gallery/shapes )... although the code it generated for a shape I wanted had a lot of unnecessary extra lines which I had to clean up manually (from what I remember yours also creates unnecessary lines, like adding browser specific prefixes even when they are not needed)

As you’ll know, creating websites is one thing but writing full blown applications; where there’s a lot of user interaction, is a different ballgame altogether.


That is not the case ;) And why would you even claim that when yours is also a "website" running in chromium?

It’s not a website at all because for starters it’s not on the Internet and it doesn’t require the Internet to operate.

It’s a full blown local application that requires an installation, comes complete with a dialog box system for communicating with the user, a custom R-click menu system, custom clipboard functionality, unhindered disk and system access, and is highly user-configurable.
These are all characteristics of applications, not websites.

To convert an online CSS playground; like the link you posted, into an application requires a lot more hard work.

PS: Keep in mind that Chromium is “barebones”… all it provides is an interpreter and runtime compiler to which you pass scripts.
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Re: OFFICIAL RELEASE: The Bequer Tools - CSS-3 Machines

Postby Sotos » Wed Apr 08, 2015 6:37 am

comes complete with a dialog box system for communicating with the user, a custom R-click menu system, custom clipboard functionality, unhindered disk and system access, and is highly user-configurable.
These are all characteristics of applications, not websites.


You can easily do all of the above with any web app, apart from the "unhindered disk and system access", which is actually a pro and not a con, since it means you can use the webapp without the need to give to its developers access to your whole hard drive. With a web-app if something needs to be saved it can be downloaded, or it can be saved on the account of the user on the server, so you really don't miss anything while you are gaining higher security.

To convert an online CSS playground; like the link you posted, into an application requires a lot more hard work.

Any web-app can be packaged in the way that you did yours. I suspect that the only reasons you did it is because you wanted to charge for it and you didn't know how to develop an online subscription system, and that you didn't want to deal with the variability of browser support so it was easier to package it with chromium.
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Re: OFFICIAL RELEASE: The Bequer Tools - CSS-3 Machines

Postby Get Real! » Wed Apr 08, 2015 12:49 pm

Sotos wrote:
To convert an online CSS playground; like the link you posted, into an application requires a lot more hard work.

Any web-app can be packaged in the way that you did yours. I suspect that the only reasons you did it is because you wanted to charge for it and you didn't know how to develop an online subscription system, and that you didn't want to deal with the variability of browser support so it was easier to package it with chromium.

Maybe you should grab a single page of simple script you’ve got lying around and see what this “packaging” involves as an interesting exercise over a weekend.

At least you’ll then have *some* experience in this area before you post absurdities like the above. :)

It seems like my use of the word “packaging” has led you to believe that there’s some magical program out there that grabs your script and generates an EXE embedded with Chromium! :roll:

Well there’s no such thing mate… it was just a figure of speech! :lol:
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