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Ever wanted to create a game like Harvest Moon in Unity? Check out Part 4 of our guide here, where we go through how to create an item management system. You can also find Part 3 of our guide here, where we went through how to set up farmland elements that our player character will interact with.Continue reading
Correction: In the video, we made a reference to the
PlayerController component in the
PlayerInteraction class. However, we later found that we didn’t make use of it at least in this part, so you can choose to skip that bit in the video for now, as it is redundant. They are highlighted in red in the finalised codes below.
Ever wanted to create a game like Harvest Moon in Unity? This is Part 3 of our guide, where we go through how to set up farmland elements that our player character will interact with. You can also find Part 2 of our guide here, where we went through how to set up our player camera.Continue reading
Ever wanted to create a game like Harvest Moon in Unity? Check out Part 1 of our guide here, where we go through how to create animations and movement for the player character.Continue reading
Microsoft Word has a bevy of powerful chart-making tools, capable of creating almost any kind of graph or chart that one can imagine. The way to create some of these charts are not immediately obvious, however, and one of these kinds of charts is the histogram (with an accompanying frequency polygon).Continue reading
If you didn’t know already, this blog is not the only thing that we work on — we also take on clients to work on website and web-related projects for them. Recently, we worked on a website project where we had to code a custom WordPress post type into the custom theme we made for the client (yes we make those).
This custom post type (which shall henceforth be called Articles — what we named the post type) was supposed to serve a purpose similar to the default WordPress Post — it was meant to go into a blog section for the website, and the client wanted to be able to assign categories to individual articles. All of this is pretty standard fare when it comes to WordPress customisation, as you can easily figure out how to do it reading official guides and documentation from WordPress:
- Adding custom post types: developer.wordpress.org/plugins/post-types/
- Adding custom taxonomies (e.g. categories): developer.wordpress.org/plugins/taxonomies/
We needed something a bit more though, as we wanted to customise the permalinks (i.e. auto-generated URL) of our Articles such that they are:
- Preceeded by the
- Display the year and month before the post title, e.g.
- Display a list of articles posted on the specified year and month if it was specified in the URL, e.g.
example.com/article/2021/03would show all the articles posted in March 2021.
Want to find out how we did it? Then continue reading.Continue reading
If you are creating applications that work with Keap CRM — formerly known as Infusionsoft — you might be unsure where to start. After all, many of the guides available online for working with Infusionsoft’s API are outdated. Additionally, although the official documentation is an option, it’s a little too vague, especially if you are new to the whole web API business.
I recently worked on a project where I had to integrate a set of fields in a web form with Keap’s CRM system — that is, users will fill up a web form, and the information will automatically be sent to Keap’s CRM database for storage. After a lot of trial and error, as well as source code reading, I’ve managed to get my form working.
I’ve put together this guide in the hopes that you can have a smoother journey of integrating Keap’s / Infusionsoft’s CRM into your web services.
In Keap’s / Infusionsoft’s defense, their documentation is much better in their GitHub repository, as they have more concrete instructions and examples. Once the API is set up on your web application, the information in the repository is actually very helpful.Continue reading