My work on the Raspberry Pi Laptop is advancing. This time I used a 3D modeling software called Blender 3D to bring my drawings to the 3rd dimension. I am glad with this work because this is the first time I made something detailed in 3D. Hopefully, I will someday earn the money to build this thing.
Most plugins can be divide into these 16 groups.
1.WP-ContentSecurity this controls what content a users “subscription” allows him to see.
2.Forms- fill out forms for support,contact,etc.
3.PricingTables- these help show a table of prices of subscriptions
4.Recent Posts-these, as the plugin name says, show recent posts.
5.Sliders- There are a lot of sliders, and most of them are widely bought.Sliders can range from simple slides, to those that have a enormous amount of options.
6.Pop-ups-These focus solely on ads and views.
7.AttentionGetters-These plugins are like social media tabs, but these can give some needed information, without having to reload the page.
8.Menus-Few plugins provide this easy to use function to change how menus look and act, but one of those earned over one thousand dollars.
9.FontUploaders-Only a couple exist, and aren’t that good.
10.ImageGalleries-none of these are easy to use, and most are slow to load.
11.Site- language translators there is only one, but it works for practically every site.
12.Mailsletter signup, another form, only this one subscribes users.
13.Facebook “like me ” pop-ups, again, focusing on getting as many likes as possible.
14.LayerSliders-Very complicated, yet slow to load.
15.CustomContentTypes- a time saver, easy to use.
16.Social sliders- a social tab bar.
Some notes on plugins:
almost every mobile working app is bought.
easy to use functions are a must for apps
a app must work fast, not lag (like image galleries)
items that are frequently used,(menus) and items that take long to change, (custom content types) are bought more.
Also, in terms of money, this is how much in total each section used
( i combined several due to them having only 1-2 plugins, or having very little money gain.)
As you can see the “other” category is about 1 third, that is because most of the plugins in there do not fit into any section.
Another thing, this is how much each plugin earned out of the first 20 in top sales.
In the bar graph, it seems that although the general trend is for less sales= less money earned, a couple stand out because they balance out price with workability.
Every plugin in the top 10, and most in the top 20, have their own site. You can see the quality of the sites, compared to those who dont sell very well. One such example is http://sliderpro.net/ versus http://pippinsplugins.com/. The first one may seem pro at first, but i soon realised that its sliders loaded slowely , while in the later site had some fast and simple sliders.although the laters sliders dont sell well,the later sites creater has a lot of plugins that do sell well, and the site is simple and easy to use.
Your site must me easy to navigate, not like this one:http://plugins.righthere.com/?cbg_tz=420
The site should load fast, and preferably use the plugins that you develop.Most top sites like pippinsplugins.com use plain phonts, and colours, at the same time using bubble letters and images. Almost every app has Bubble materials. One site that appoaches design a bit differently is http://www.domoblanco.com/ this site uses shadows in front of texts, to make it pop up a little-makes it easier to read. he also put a backround on every image, like on the bottom the googlecrhome,firefox,IE all have a nice glow behind them.A white text area, on a simple grey-blue background, makes it easy to focus on a particular area.
Crete Battles is a trading card game. It is a mixture of Yu-Gi-Oh, Pokemon, and Magic.
Crete Battles was first inspired to me in fifth grade. At that time I was still playing Pokemon and Yu-Gi-Oh. After a while of playing, I thought of how fun it would be to create my own trading card game. So at night, I took a pencil, grabbed a piece of paper, and made my first card, Charclam. Later on I started making new cards. Flarm, Wingling, and L-R were my next three divine creations. After that, I started making the rules, and more cards. In 6th grade, I copied these cards, printed them out on business card paper, and gave four decks to four of my friends, who first learned the rules when I played four play with them using one deck.
Basic Game Materials
My game includes six types. They are shadow, grass, air, water, fire, and ground. Creatures, or sometimes referred to as monsters, can be more than one type, but only one-type creatures can be summoned without a needed discard. Creatures with more than one type will need discards of either creatures with the types indicated, energies with the types indicated, or creatures and energies with the types indicated. An example is if there is a creature with the types of ground and water, there are seven possibilities that could summon it. One possibility is you could discard a creature that is water type and a creature that is ground type. A second possibility is that you could discard an energy that is water type and an energy that is ground type. A third possibility is that you could discard a creature that is water type and an energy that is ground type. A fourth possibility is that you could discard an energy that is water type and a creature that is ground type. A fifth possibility is that you could discard a creature that is water and ground type. A sixth possibility is that you could get a spell card that would allow you to summon the creature. The seventh possibility is that you could activate a creature effect that would allow you to summon the creature.
Creatures have stats. The stats are the creature’s atk.range, atk., Def.range, and Def.. These stats are the core to battles. If you attack another creature with one of your creatures, you first look at the ranges. If your atk.range is smaller than the enemies Def.range, the attack is canceled and nothing happens. If your atk.range is bigger than the enemies Def.range you can move on to atk. and Def.. If your atk. is bigger than the enemies Def., you discard the enemy. If your atk. is smaller than the enemies Def., your creature is discarded. Stats can be raised and lowered by effects of creature effects and spell cards.
Creature effects are effects that a creature has printed beneath the picture. In order to activate it you must discard the energy(s) indicated before the ‘=’. Creature effects can sometimes be canceled by other creature effects and certain spell card effects.
Spell cards are certain types of special cards that cause certain effects to happen. There are 3 types of spell cards: sneak, cast, and territorial. Sneak cards are cards that are usually best used on your opponents turn. Cast cards are usually best used at your turn. Territorial cards are cards that usually effect all the monsters on the field, and that stay activated until another territorial card is placed down. All the cast cards can be used on any turn, your opponents or your own.
an example of a creature card
an example of a cast card (sneak)
Raspberry Pi is an amazing credit card sized computer for kids. All you need to buy is a mouse, keyboard, and monitor. Then you need to attach it all to the Raspberry Pi.
The original idea of a small, cheap computer emerged in 2006 because children were playing to many games to be interested in programing, which is what makes computers.
With this amazing computer, you could edit images (or make them), program, and play some games! Think of it, just for the price of $35, you could have a good computer. You could even buy a computer for a child, so that they could experience the duty of owning a computer.
Raspberry Pi has the dimensions of 85.60mm x 53.98mm x 17mm. It also weighs 45g. It consists of…
- RCA video
- an audio
- some leds
- a USB insertion
- a LAN
- 256mb RAM
- CPU & GPU,
- SD card
- and power plug.
It does not consist of a box covering, meaning that for a covering for this computer, you will need to make it yourself.
You can not buy Raspberry Pi’s at their website, and instead buy it in another website. In Newark.com, 1 raspberry pi is “Expected to ship 16 Aug, 2012″, and also it says “Further stock expected to ship 28 Sep, 2012″.
In RS-online.com it tells you to “Register here to express an interest in Raspberry Pi”, which basically means “register and we will tell you when another shipment is available”.