Markdown in an ember.js app

last updated Sept 22/16 I'm trying to build a web app for creating and organizing "cue cards" for research articles. You can find the github repo of my project here: Acardema (stupid name is temporary) This is still all early-stages, mostly I'm learning about ember.js and databases and…

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A Web App for managing research paper notes

Note Apps seem to have become the "Hello World" for web app tutorials. Not sure how long it's been this way, but I think it's a good place to start for anybody. A Note App is easy to conceptualize while involving many levels of complexity; user-interface styling and interactions with…

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Piano in CSS and HTML

When I first started working on the Digitizing Bach app, my first task was to create a Piano menu. It's been a while, but I remember this being tricky to get down. Especially as, at the time, I was just beginning to learn about HTML and CSS. Eventually I got…

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Arrays are easy.

Arrays may seem like a daunting task but fear not... that's what matlab does best. A task I've put off tackling in Python for a long long time.... All you need initially is to understand how for loops work in this bugger. In a language like Python, for loops read…

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MatLab is Still Puzzling but not Quite as Much

I've figured out the issue of the strange ordering. Apparently, listing strings and hitting enter between them doesn't actually mean the program will continue on as if nothing happened. prompt = {'Enter A', 'Enter B', 'Enter C', 'Enter D'); That won't work. That'll give you weird results or just a plain…

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MatLab is Puzzling

Hola. As we know, I'm trying to learn MatLab through a complicated project of mine. Thus far I've managed to successfully translate my musical notation to MIDI numbers. The next step was to create a user interface that allows you to change default settings of the ICP model, if you…

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Making the Tempera Wordpress theme menu faster

Cryout Creations has a wonderful theme called Tempera for Wordpress. It's free to use and full of features and customization. It was with this that I designed the Maple Lab Website, a music cognition research lab in McMaster University looking at perception and acoustics. While I was able to solve…

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