Free Hype Templates 🏗

Thank you, @Photics, that’s very kind of you. I need all the help I can get!

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A library of UI widgets with controls would be nice.

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Great idea @Photics and all : lessons to learn.
One desire: commented code.

Thank you

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This week's example doesn't use any additional code. Next week's example is commented. Although, that includes "AHHHH MATH!", which probably isn't a terribly helpful comment. Ha ha.

There is a comment section on each tutorial page. There's also this thread. So, if people don't understand something, those are two great spots to ask questions.

I already started work on the Groundhog's Day example. :smiley:

a collision script, based only on the new getter/setter API would be very useful for me :eyeglasses: :relaxed:

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This post didn't help?

Collision detection is important. It's basically why this thread has gone on so long. I'm tempted to just add my own collision detection code, but then Tumult could just turn around and make collision detection a core function. Since I have so much to work on already, I'm just waiting to see what @jonathan does. HA!

It is becoming a list of demands as the Feature request of Hype :slight_smile:

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There’s a blizzard about to hit my area. So, it’s a good development weekend. The next two templates are already queued up.


** Update 1/26/2016 ** - The second free Hype template is now available.

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Wow, only three clicks for this week’s link? :top:

…but it’s so cute!

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the squinting eye is too cool

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Thanks for the new template! Love it :sunglasses:

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OK, unless there’s a massive surge in interest this week, the final free template of the series will be released on February 2, 2016. I think I’m going to try and make some games / apps.

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It’s Groundhog’s Day, so in between watching what happens with Punxsutawney Phil or Staten Island Chuck, you can relive the randomize accuracy with your own Groundhog simulator…

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That would be a pity. Perhaps not enough people know about it yet.

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I decided to create another free Hype template...

It has a Valentine's Day theme, as this Sunday is February 14.

I also did some cleanup on my website this weekend. I setup page caching, so the templates should load almost instantaneously. You know, for all the massive traffic generated by the templates. HA HA. :smile:

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Nice gift for lovers :slight_smile:

I think part of the problem is that people around here don’t like to read long threads. Although, I like having a single thread, so everything is in one spot. So, here are links to the four templates in one spot…

  1. Coconut - Free Hype Templates
  2. Looking - Free Hype Templates
  3. Groundhog - Free Hype Templates
  4. Heart - Free Hype Templates

Those link to the original post with the link to the corresponding template page. Should there be a template #5? I haven’t decided yet.


Update – I think that’s it for this project. Surprisingly, I don’t see a lot of interest in free templates. It seems that more people are interested in buying A Book About Hype. Besides, I’m low on ideas anyway. I had already put my good projects in the book. :smiley:

OK, I decided to make another free template. It should be available at Photics.com on April 12, 2016 :smiley:

The fifth free template is now online…

Pythagoreanhttps://photics.com/free-template-tuesday-5-tumult-hype-pythagorean/

By moving the sliders, you can quickly calculate the length of the hypotenuse.

Not here, this is just a picture. To see it work, visit the site. :smiley:

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I'm not sure what this means exactly.

Meanwhile, does anyone else have a template request?

If not, then I might just do this one...

...it would involve some JavaScript though. Hype doesn't include collision detection. I've got some projects that are waiting on it, so I'm not sure if I should wait much longer.