Justified Gallery is born

A common problem, for people who create sites, is to create an elegant image gallery that manages the various sizes of images. Flickr and Google+ manage this situation in an excellent way, the purpose of this plugin is to give you the power of this solutions, with a new fast algorithm.

Some month ago, I wrote a WordPress plugin that shows a Flickr photostream with a justified grid. Now, I decided to do a more abstract plugin (jQuery plugin) that can be used everywhere!

See all the documentation in its project page. Or download it from github.

Miro Rubix comes back!

Hi! I just put online again the Miro Rubix game for PC and for PSP! A simple puzzle inspired by the famous game called Rubik’s Cube. The puzzle starts with two equal pictures where only the left one is mixed in various boxes. Moving the columns and the rows of the left one, you just have to form the picture on the right. The game comes with few puzzles. Some puzzles are classic, they contains only boxes with few colors; the other was created using various photos. But, you can create your own puzzle with your own photos!

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Flickr Justified Gallery for WordPress is born

My first WordPress Plugin has just been released!

Plugin that allows you to show your Flickr photostream, photosets, galleries, group pools, or tags in your blog, with a very elegant and awesome layout. Awesome thumbnails disposition with a justified grid, using Justified Gallery. Various settings to configure the size of images in the gallery and its behaviour (you can show photos with a lightbox, or with a link to Flickr). You can configure the number of photos per page, then, you can navigate between various pages. The plugin chooses the right resolution for the image, using the Flickr size suffixes, always obtaining high quality galleries.

See it in the official page.

MExpr

Finally, I release my first version of MExpr library!

A C++ Library that parses mathematical expressions. The library is made using bison and flex. Evaluation on the AST Tree browsing it recursively. Ability to compile the expression in a bytecode that uses a stack to be evaluated. Support for variables, for implicit multiplications like -3xy^2, for functions and for overloaded functions. Furthermore, there is a set of standard functions taken from math.h.

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