This is an old project of mine to make a webserver. It is fairly functional if a little incomplete. You can find it at http://mike.bitrevision.com/webserver/.
The source code is straightfoward, and could be quite useful if you are writing your own webserver. Hopefully with less bugs, of course.
Some physicist got my raycaster working on Ubuntu GNU/Linux, via WINE. Here is a screenshot:
You can find the Windows raycaster at http://mike.bitrevision.com/raycaster/
Dynamic content doesn’t seem to have reached the field of culinary art yet — but it could have one very neat application:
- You tell a computer what ingredients you have, and it tells you what to make
As a small experiment, this PHP script (source code) will suggest fruit combinations for making citrus cordial, based on what is available. It will also tell you how much sugar, citric acid, and tartaric acid you will need.
If you live in a region with some very exotic citrus fruit, then you can easily modify the fruit list at the top of the code, and run a copy locally.
I’ve just finished writing up version 0.04 of my fairly buggy raycaster demonstration, which you can find at bitrevision.com/mike/raycaster. The source code is also available from there. This one will only work on Windows.
The controls in this version are:
- Movement: Up, Down, Left, Right arrows.
- Return to start: Enter (return).
- Debug mode: Space bar.
The rendering bugs in this version will be fixed by a partial re-write for the 0.05 release.