• Real Development - DM Screen Application Part VI

    Preface This is Part 6 of the “Real Development” guide for the DM screen application. If you haven’t read part 5 yet, please go back and do so. The DM Interface I really like the look of this admin interface built on Bootstrap, so I think I’m going to try it out with the DM screen. Downloading it is a piece of cake from their website, and all I need to do is put the...
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  • Real Development - DM Screen Application Part V

    Preface This is Part 5 of the “Real Development” guide for the DM screen application. If you haven’t read part 4 yet, please go back and do so. The Layout File I’m going to go back to my old application and see what variables I used when displaying that information - this will give me a good start as to what is necessary for the layout file. After reviewing, it looks like I probably want...
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  • Real Development - DM Screen Application Part IV

    Preface This is Part 4 of the “Real Development” guide for the DM screen application. If you haven’t read part 3 yet, please go back and do so. Serving the Player Page So now that we’ve got a working web server, we need it to serve a page for the players. I’ll call this file player.html I once again turn to Google and do a search for node js http serve file - after some...
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  • Real Development - DM Screen Application Part III

    Preface This is Part 3 of the “Real Development” guide for the DM screen application. If you haven’t read part 2 yet, please go back and do so. The Server The point behind this application was that the players would be able to access a simple web page and see the updates as they were being made on the DM screen. For this step, I’m going to work on setting that up. What I’m going...
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  • Real Development - DM Screen Application Part II

    Preface If you haven’t read part 1 yet, please go back and do so - that lays the framework out that we’ll be using to develop this application, and what the goals are. I’m not going to rehash that stuff here, I’m just going to dive right in. Starting Out I’ve already downloaded Atom.io and the Electron Framework on my machine, so I’m going to jump into messing around with them. I installed Electron using...
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