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New cubing site - www.Rubiks-Cu.be

Discussion in 'Software Area' started by frici, Nov 7, 2017.

  1. frici

    frici Member

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    I hope you'll like this HTML CSS JavaScript experiment.

    There's nothing new, I've taken some online cubing tools and collected them on this page under four titles: Play, solve, learn and time.

    You can see it on this domain Rubiks-Cu.be

    It works best on desktop.
    rubiks-cube.jpg
     
  2. pglewis

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    The site looks quite nice.

    I would be concerned about using "Rubik's" anywhere without express written permission, Rubik's Brands have a history of legal action to protect their trademarks.
     
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  3. Max Cruz

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  4. Reed Merrill

    Reed Merrill Member

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    I agree, this seems sweet! But, you might want to change your URL.
     
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  5. CubingRF

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    Nice but could have been a more simplistic style, it's nearly 2018.
     
  6. frici

    frici Member

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    Yes but the cube is still an 80's retro stuff. You know fanny packs and mullet haircut :)
     
  7. Cubetastic5

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    Cool! Are you using a database of your own? Or you just use cookies and nothing else? Also, are you using a python web framework? If yes, which one?
     
  8. Zerksies

    Zerksies Member

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    Hopefully you don't get sued by the D Bag Rubiks for using their name
     
  9. frici

    frici Member

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    The site is not connected to a database and it's not using cookies either. It's plain HTML + CSS + JavaScript and jQuery.
     
  10. Cubetastic5

    Cubetastic5 Member

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    Oh, but I thought you were using google analytics or something, which uses cookies... Because you have something like that in your footer. Also, how are you using kociemba's solver without a python web framework?
     

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