Contestant on node to joy.
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Thanks. I would like more feedback and request you to ask your friends to take a look at this.
It looks like Node Knockout thinks our initial redirect to Facebook for auth is what should be our app. Try this URL out instead: http://unexpected-identifie.nko3.jitsu.com
awesome! thanks for sending me the correct link. my only critique is that it's almost too good for what it is :)
No worries! Thanks for checking it out.
All the current games are based on mouse position. Move your mouse where it tells you to.
sometimes I was sure I had followed the instructions and it still told me fail. maybe more feedback on click? also "fiddle"? :) looks like you had fun, I'm sorry I couldn't give you a better score.
Yeah all of the stuff is in place to do that, just need to write out a timer to poll on stuff. One reason i didnt want to do it that way was because its a fixed rate of updating versus POSTing where its as fast as you want to send data
The domain we set-up was .jit.su, and then it changed to .jitsu.com So we have to re-configure it, and it (FB login) works on both domain now.
editing my vote...
editing my vote...
very cool for 2 days work! would like to see nicer pen strokes, seemed like the pen data was incorrect for a while when we were sharing. but looks like the start of something cool. good job
Yes, we launched with a critical but we will improve the app. Thanks for your feedback!
hi thanks for your rating. sorry to have you read the description written by my limited English.. but basically yes, we want people to share their friends and get rated. You'll get credits when friends you share get a 'love' and can then use the credits to request for a profile link of a person you are interested in making friend with.
ah, sounds potentially more interesting than I'd thought. I'll give you another "innovation" star. thanks for the reply! :)
Try keyword 'china'. It was one of the test keywords and for some reason (a bug I guess) it seems to be only one working even though there's really more relations in the database already -- over 13000 objects at the moment.
It's a search engine for news -- with background web crawlers indexing semantically the content of the articles and building relations between them.
it sounds really cool, but the navigation and article display still seem broken to me. regardless, those are "completeness" issues. I won't punish your "utility" or "innovation" because of it :) (editing your score now)
We got permission/verification that we can change our database and we have fixed it now. Other keywords can also be used now. I think it's much more useful now. :-)
Good feedback, and we agree - #1 item on our roadmap is 'increase depth of analysis and usefulness of feedback.'
ps: 'complexity' issues are usually identifying functions that have a large number of possible branches. For example, deep if-else structures that can become confusing to follow.
higher complexity also leads to better chance for more bugs in your code.
thanks for the clarification, the code it called complex was an if else if... block (maybe 8 cases). it wasn't actual complexity that I could see. really, it was just an example though.
again, very cool