These Experiments are just that. There maybe a description of what the experiment is intended to do, but don't count on that.
At present this entire website is an experiment. At present the page is written with W3Schools CSS. This is an extended version of CSS that provides some added functionality.
Working on Tide Tables. Link to updated information will be provided as it becomes available.
Tide Table link (it is a transformed xml document to make it readable in a browser). Link to tide table for Old Port Tampa. Opens in a new window and can be searched using Find
Working with PHP. This is a series of demonstrations as I work with PHP. The Idea is to create examples of what PHP can do while practicing.
This is not a tutorial, more of a way to get ideas. Go Here to see what PHP can do.
As with PHP in Experiment002 this is not a tutorial, but a way to practice while looking for practical ideas
You can view the EXPERIMENT HERE.
The goal is to get input from a form, perform operations on the data, and serve it as a useable output
Step one bring in an xml file and convert it to plain text. I know there are many ways to skin this animal, but I am doing it this way.
Determine how long each record is
Test the record length to ensure it is constant
Record length looks constant. Will proceed to creating a form for user input.
A searchable form has been created.
Working with HTML5 Canvas for data representation.
Refining grid layout
Researching Tidetables from NOAA
Convert time and tides from text to integers
Combining the information from the first 5 experiments to create a single document
Work with strings to allow consistent results over multiple strings
raw.PHP file is the file used to demonstrate these experiments
This experiment will work with user interface techniques.
The first goal is to create a general theme for the page.
W3 CSS is the first language being used to create a theme.
Experimenting with PHP forms
Opening external files with PHP
working with conditionals
Experimenting with colors