I made a thing. It has other people’s giant images and audio that I haven’t bothered resizing or compressing so it can take maybe 20 seconds to load as you click through the sounds. I made it as something my kids can play with on a tablet and because I’ve always thought it would be a great use for the new audio APIs in HTML5. The source code is here. Enjoy.
The colour pickers I see never have conversions from RGB uint8_t 255, 255, 255 to RGB float (1.0f, 1.0f, 1.0f), so I added it to mine.
HSL, HSV and YUV are also shown.
There is one bug when typing in a text colour if no single RGB component dominates then the colour palette look up fails, picking full white.
I’ve been working on a music player for Linux. What I really wanted was foobar2000 for Linux but nothing on Linux is quite like it. There are lot of iTunes clones (Amarok, Banshee, Songbird, Rhythmbox, etc) but they are all too complicated or make copies of your music or show you lyrics and Wikipedia articles and include a web browser. I just want a simple music player. I can list the features I want one hand (I’ve only implemented the struck through items so far):
Simple interface (Most are not simple but can be configured to be simple)
Last.fm support (They all do this)
Date added and a full file path column (You would be surprised at just how many music players do not have these columns but they are so useful for sorting by)
Moving files to the trash folder (Most can do this)
Easy tag editing for multiple files at once (Most are ok at this)
Move files to a particular folder and remember the last 5 folders (Useful for remembering which songs I like by putting them in a “Collection” folder. I haven’t seen any other players do this)
This is a very early version, I’ve only implemented 3 out of 6 of the proposed features. By the time I release a 1.0 version I hope to have all of these features implemented.