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Need online and/or local html/javascript apps
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rufwoof

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PostPosted: Fri 13 Jul 2018, 16:10    Post subject:  Need online and/or local html/javascript apps  

Looking for suggestions for online and/or local html/javascript for common applications.

Currently I have a reasonable Calculator (local copy). Googledocs obviously for diary/calendar, spreadsheets, word processor ...etc. My current (local copy of html/javascript) text editor is OK, load and save .txt files, but does lose its content if I switch to another tab. I've yet to check out the functionality of online audacity and video editing links that I've been passed. Image editing and conversion (and posting) choices that work OK. Weather, conversion etc. links are also common. As are radio, music, videos ...etc.

In mind is to run just a basic OS system, along with a browser, chrome/note ...etc book style. Actually running openbsd and iridium browser (which seems to work really well with googledocs). i.e. minimise the number of locally installed additional programs and mostly run off the net (high speed hard wired connection). 9MB latest version install file, 5 minute automated installation startup (to gui desktop) time (acceptable, as I'm used to hitting the power on button and going off to make a cup of coffee and have the system ready and waiting by the time I get back to the PC). I've opted for cwm for its simplicity of configuration (handful of lines in each of .xinitrc, .cwmrc and .Xdefaults), but flexibility and transparency of usage (nice gui desktop once you're familiar with the limited number of keycodes).

I have my own one time pad encryption for storing (limited number of) files in the cloud in encrypted format, where the key (same size as the file) is stored locally. Other (majority) of files are stored in the cloud unencrypted (unconcerned about the content).

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musher0

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Location: Gatineau (Qc), Canada

PostPosted: Fri 13 Jul 2018, 18:47    Post subject:  

Hello rufwoof.

I'm not sure this will answer all aspects of your question, but member "petihar" on the
French side has been collecting such apps for a while and offering them in his "Tritons",
based on Puppies 5.7.1 and TahrPup-6.0.

You can download a copy of petihar's latest, Triton-6.0, from
https://petihar-triton.weebly.com/teacuteleacutechargement.html

I realize you may not understand French, but icons are a picture language, are they not?
One only has to click on the typical icons in the wbar on top of the screen to see the
online apps petihar is offering in each main category.

If you are wondering how I know this, it is because I acted as a tester for petihar on both
versions of his Triton.

I am suggesting it because if you like some of his choices, it may save you from
re-inventing the entire wheel!

IHTH.

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PostPosted: Fri 13 Jul 2018, 21:05    Post subject:  

Merci beaucoup Musher. Très utile. Apprécié. Mon français est pauvre, mais assez bon pour avoir le jist. Désolé, mais je vais soutenir la Croatie sur dimanche
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PostPosted: Sat 14 Jul 2018, 02:18    Post subject:  

rufwoof wrote:
Merci beaucoup Musher. Très utile. Apprécié. Mon français est pauvre, mais assez bon pour avoir le jist. Désolé, mais je vais soutenir la Croatie sur dimanche

My pleasure, rufwoof.

Hé, je suis Canadien, pas Français !!! Notre sport, c'est le hockey, pas le « foot » !!!

Best wishes to the Croatians!!! Some Frenchmen are too arrogant for their own good!!! Laughing
They need to be taught a lesson!!! Wink

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PostPosted: Sat 22 Sep 2018, 20:12    Post subject:  

Just for (hindsight) reference, the html/javascript I'm using to show the date and time in a browser tab's tab title is
Code:
<HTML>
<HEAD>
<TITLE>Time</TITLE>
</HEAD>
<BODY>
<SCRIPT type="text/javascript" language="JavaScript">
var weekday = new Array(7);
    weekday[0] = "Sun";
    weekday[1] = "Mon";
    weekday[2] = "Tue";
    weekday[3] = "Wed";
    weekday[4] = "Thu";
    weekday[5] = "Fri";
    weekday[6] = "Sat";

Date.shortMonths = ['Jan', 'Feb', 'Mar', 'Apr', 'May', 'Jun', 'Jul', 'Aug', 'Sep', 'Oct', 'Nov', 'Dec'];

function short_months(dt)
    {
   return Date.shortMonths[dt.getMonth()];
    }

function update()
    {
   time = new Date();
   month = short_months(time);
   day = weekday[time.getDay()];
   date = time.getDate();
   hours = time.getHours();
   mins = time.getMinutes();
   mins = ("0" + mins).slice(-2);
   hours = ("0" + hours).slice(-2);
   format = hours+":"+mins+" "+day+" "+date+" "+month;
   document.title = format;
    }

update();
setInterval("update()",60000);
</SCRIPT></BODY></HTML>

I've cut that down some as I actually use that tab to store my bookmarks (I have time.html set to be my default start page when the browser is loaded).

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