These browsers support the features of the experiments:

Actual**Chrome, Firefox, Opera** and **Safari**.

Actual

[8.0.2] ➤ Terminal Zero (LC "shell")

A primitive "shell" to the LC HTML5-engine (already a good calculator)

[8.0.2] ➤ WakeUp Neo

Displays the internet date and the standard out of 'gotyou Neo'

[8.0.2] ➤ 'Mr. Polygony' (for age 8-88)

Set colours, drag, move and

simple-animate 'Mr. Polygony'

simple-animate 'Mr. Polygony'

[8.0.2] ➤ SmoothDraw / KrikelKrakel

Draw polygons and edit their vertices. Optional smoothing (still slow!!)

[8.0.2] ➤ Sunday Game Nb 1

Try to fit both centroid and area of a (simple) polygon to target values

[8.0.2] ➤ Sunday Game Nb 2

Guess one to four places of a random sort of four symbols (or numbers)

[8.0.2] ➤ Sunday Game Nb 3

Lucky Wheel or 'Who makes the tea?'

(Who of the LC-staff ...)

(Who of the LC-staff ...)

[8.0.2] ➤ Sunday Game Nb 4

A flyer (along a bezier curve) targets at random one of 9 points, guess it!

[8.0.2] ➤ Sunday Game Nb 5

Bet which digit wins the frequency race in N digits of Pi, Sqrt(2) or Exp(1)

[8.0.2] ➤ Sunday Game Nb 6

Use all of a given 'systematic' subset of 24bit RGB colors to create a picture

[8.0.2] ➤ Three-Months Calendar

Choose month and year (hold mouse down for fast switching)

[8.0.2] ➤ Alice on MacPlusPlus

Automatic scroll (click black oval).
Enlarges height to MacPlusPlus

[8.0.2] ➤ Hex ColorPicker

Choose from picker for selected objects (= highlighting polygons)

[8.0.2] ➤ Navigation &'GraphicBtns'

Card navigation. Edit text of objects (= highlighting polygons)

[8.0.2] ➤ 'Copy-Files'-Test

Test for the standalone's filesystem

Test for the standalone's filesystem

[8.0.2] ➤ 'Copy/Paste Text'-Test

A primitive method to access the

plain-text-clipboard

plain-text-clipboard

[8.0.2] ➤ CountDown for Geeks

Strokes the vector path using percents of gone to total time

[8.0.2] ➤ ClockAround

PolarClock or analogueClock with hands
(set options by rightClick)

[8.0.2] ➤ DrawTime by Polygons

Polygons of time (Btn at topLeft: count down to midnight, at botLeft: date)

[8.0.2] ➤ Bezier-Clock

A version of the 'bezierClock'
(curves are minute-hour and minute-second)

[8.0.2] ➤ Asian Rods Clock

Shows date and time using an ingenious asian counting method

[8.0.2] ➤ Time flows (SinusClock)

Time flows: A 'sinusClock' for nerds: centered at high noon or midnight

[8.0.2] ➤ MAC address (HexClock)

MAC address: A 'hexClock' for admins. Format = YY:MM:DD:hh:mm:ss

[8.0.2] ➤ NixieClock (50 years later)

A classic 'nixieClock' for Oldies. Format = DD:MM:YY or hh:mm:ss

[8.0.2] ➤ DiceClock

A 24-hours clock of dice-coded decimals (hh:mm:ss).

[8.0.2] ➤ Broken OctoClock

A seven segment display of octo-coded decimals, emulates a broken clock ;-)

[8.0.2] ➤ ASCII-Art-Font-Clock

Displays 24-hours time or date in 'retro' ASCII art text style

[8.0.2] ➤ Piet-Mondriaan-Clock

Displays 24-hours time or date (sometimes) in golden ratios

[8.0.2] ➤ Paul-Klee-Clock (HUGE file)

Displays 24-hours time or date with segments filled after Paul Klee

[8.0.2] ➤ AbacusClock

Displays 24-hours time or date with an abacus (Suan Pan)

[8.0.2] ➤ OffsetClock (Pi digits)

Shows foundLocs of date chunks in the digits of Pi, Exp(1)
and Sqrt(2)

[8.0.2] ➤ Rough TextClock (qlockTwo)

Displays every 5 minutes time as text

(like original by Biegert&Funk)

(like original by Biegert&Funk)

[8.0.2] ➤ Magic Square Clock

Time/Date display in three magic squares (magic sum 38)

[8.0.2] ➤ Magic Hexagon Clock

Time/Date display in three magic hexagons (magic sum 30)

[8.0.2] ➤ YinYang Clock

Time display by three rotating YinYangs (red, yellow and blue versus black)

[8.0.2] ➤ YinYang 24-hours Clock

YinYang clock, noon at top (Feng Shui coloured, here 05:15 in the morning)

[8.0.2] ➤ Pixels Clock

Time display by coloured pixels (each one is a second of current internet day)

[8.0.2] ➤ Number base clock

Clock uses a base between 2 and 60. Easy to read
'two-row-symbols'.

[8.0.2] ➤ CountUpOrDown

Count Up from a past date or

Count Down to a future date

Count Down to a future date

[8.0.2] ➤ PowerOfTwo Clock

Date and Time digits coded in powers of two (and displayed in any base 2-60)

[8.0.2] ➤ Progress Polygon

Progress along a (percentaged) path given by an editable polygon

[8.0.2] ➤ hhProgress_1

Progress along a (percentaged) path given by a closed editable polygon

[8.0.2] ➤ hhProgress_2

Progress along a (percentaged) path given by a bezier curve of order 1-9

[8.0.2] ➤ hhProgress_3

Progress along a (percentaged) path given by editable 2D-relations

[8.0.2] ➤ Three simple Gears

Three adjustable (simple) gears [polygons of a 'math prototype']

[8.0.2] ➤ GifCinema1 (scripted by LC)

[HUGE] Displays and repeats (attached) GIFS at different speed by script

[8.0.2] ➤ GifCinema2 (scripted by LC)

[HUGE] Displays a movie teaser and visualizes 4'33" by John Cage

[8.0.2] ➤ Mathy Beauties 1 (RYB)

Animations in red, yellow and blue. Interactive choice of parameters

[8.0.2] ➤ Mathy Beauties 2 (Neon)

Animations in neon along closed curves. Choose several parameters

[8.0.2] ➤ Image Rotation XY

Simple (non-perspective) 3D rotation around fixed x- or y-axis

[8.0.2] ➤ WireFrame Fonts

Tracing of text (HUGE): contour,

horizontal, vertical, gutter or points

horizontal, vertical, gutter or points

[8.0.2] ➤ LCD Scroller

Displaying text by polygons

in a 'LCD'-display

in a 'LCD'-display

[9.0.0dp4] ➤ JS basic test

DoAsJavaScript-Test

(Basic local data transfer)

(Basic local data transfer)

[9.0.0dp4] ➤ EasyCrop

BezierCurve tool and Polygon tool

for cropping unusual shapes

for cropping unusual shapes

[9.0.0dp4] ➤ LCImageToolbox

Toolbox for basic image processing

(uses canvas2d in the webpage)

(uses canvas2d in the webpage)

[9.0.0dp4] ➤ Video-Fun

Video post processing

(uses canvas2d in the webpage)

(uses canvas2d in the webpage)

[9.0.0dp4] ➤ SVGtoPNG

Best with Chrome and Opera, a

few issues with Firefox and Safari.

few issues with Firefox and Safari.

*Rows or columns contain the compact index. You may set modules from that
(to have multiple modules running 'in sync' in one page).*

[8.0.2] ➤ CLUSTER of 6 modules...!

[8.0.2] ➤ 3 rows of UNSET modules

[8.0.2] ➤ 2 rows of UNSET modules

[8.0.2] ➤ 2 cols of UNSET modules

*See great examples by other LiveCode community members.*

[See also] ➤ Richard's WebApps

[See also] ➤ Malte's AE first-test

[See also] ➤ Bernd's "little webapps"

[See also] ➤ More Tests (Community)