Monjava Coffee - Website

  • How did you do the uploading image thing?

  • How did you do the uploading image thing?

    I hired someone to write it in java, then I used an iframe to display it.

    It still needs to be styled and stuff like that. That part isn't 100% polished, but it's functional.

    ~Sol

  • I dont know if its my bandwith, but this site takes AGES to load. If I'd just been surfing around, I would leave the site before it really opened

  • I dont know if its my bandwith, but this site takes AGES to load. If I'd just been surfing around, I would leave the site before it really opened

    That was my thought too.<img src="smileys/smiley9.gif" border="0" align="middle" />

  • I dont know if its my bandwith, but this site takes AGES to load. If I'd just been surfing around, I would leave the site before it really opened

    The whole site is around 8Mb.

    Takes maybe 10 seconds to load on my connection here, and I only get 6mbit. Must be bandwidth... not much I can do about that though, I'm afraid. :/

    ~Sol

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  • Great effort Sol!

    Loaded in about 4 seconds, loved it!

    Wow you have done a lot of work with mouse on event animations, I was especially impressed with the smooth execution of each coffee cup zoom.

    How did you do this? Animation Frames or Scale?

    Andy

  • As you are building this site, don't for get to test this in all types of computers, web-browser, and connection... just a thought from a web-designer if you were to make this real a site.

  • Great effort Sol!

    Loaded in about 4 seconds, loved it!

    Wow you have done a lot of work with mouse on event animations, I was especially impressed with the smooth execution of each coffee cup zoom.

    How did you do this? Animation Frames or Scale?

    Andy

    Thanks mate :)

    I used a lot or Lerp and Cosp to achieve the zooms, and menus "flying" about. Big thanks to Quazi for the Cosp forumla!

    As you are building this site, don't for get to test this in all types of computers, web-browser, and connection... just a thought from a web-designer if you were to make this real a site.

    Thanks, I happen to be a "real" web designer, so... yeah haha I already tested this on several platforms, on several hardware configurations. IT runs pretty nicely on a fairly moderate system, and still at a high enough framerate on a really old computer to be usable.

    Thanks for the feedback so far guys. The client loves it :D

    ~Sol

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