GitHub repo set up and Namegen stuff

This entry is part 9 of 9 in the series Artificial Galaxies

OK, I made the repo for Artificial Galaxies and put it up. There’s a link for the Corona based versions and a plain vanilla version too. The Corona version demos the borders and a couple of ships grooving along from one star to another. Repo is here. I’ve blended some …

Ships, Galaxy functions, and more!

This entry is part 5 of 9 in the series Artificial Galaxies

So this latest incarnation incorporates some cool stuff. In the Galaxy object, I’ve built functionality so you can query the Galaxy to return only stars that are owned by a particular civilization. The usage:

That will return a table with all the star objects that belong to civilization 1 …

Designing a Species object and a Planet object

This entry is part 2 of 9 in the series Artificial Galaxies

So, I think the best thing to do is kind start at the bottom and work our way up. At the base of all these objects we’ve talked about so far, the┬áSpecies object seems to be the most manageable and smallest on the scale of things, so let’s start fleshing …

Everyday Coding #4 Habitica Create To-Do List from Corona

This entry is part 3 of 3 in the series Everyday Coding

Habitica: Creating a Todo-List programmatically: So in my super neglected ‘everyday’ series (inspired by Beeple’s everydays located here) I created a method for you to programmatically create a todo list, complete with subtasks from Corona to your Habitica account. All you’ll need is the API key and User ID key …

Everyday Coding #3 Habitica Create Task from Corona

This entry is part 2 of 3 in the series Everyday Coding

Habitica: Creating a task programmatically: So in my super neglected ‘everyday’ series (inspired by Beeple’s everydays located here) I created a method for you to programmatically create tasks from Corona to your Habitica account. All you’ll need is the API key and User ID key from your Habitica account and …