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  1. As an experiment, I decided to whip up a port of the "Graphics Match" game from the TI-99/4A User's Reference Guide in JavaScript, using the p5.js JavaScript library. Here's what I came up with: https://zacharyfruhling.github.io/GraphicsMatch/ Enjoy! Zachary Fruhling
  2. I needed a project for learning advanced JavaScript for my work, so here is my proof of concept for a TI-99/4A emulator written in pure JavaScript: http://js99er.net You can run it from the web link or download and expand the zip to your local machine and open the index.html file. All that's required is an up-to-date browser (Google, Firefox, IE 10+). Currently only the CPU, VDP, PSG, RAM and a bit of the keyboard is emulated. There 's no system ROM, GROM, DSRs, disks, i.e. none of the console's 'operating system' (the opening screen is just a VDP dump). So the programs are limited to machine code that doesn't require any console routines. Luckily I had a few of those available If you want to attempt to load other programs than the bundled examples, take at the software folder and software.js to see how it works, but beware that it will probably not work. The programs are currently provided as JavaScript arrays. I have attached a small Java program (bin2js.jar) to turn binary files into JavaScript arrays. I have put this together in few weeks. This would not be possible without taking advantage other peoples' work. I'm in eternal debt to Tursi, from whom I have borrowed much of the CPU emulation (plus a little from MESS), the sound emulation is using components from TSS Chiptune Sound Library and JavaGear, and the VDP emulation was based on MSX.js but has been substantively rewritten. If anyone is interested in contributing to js99'er I'm thinking about turning it into a GitHub open source project. [EDIT] Joystick 1 is mapped to arrow keys + Tab like in Classic99. Enjoy! ----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- Note: This is now a fully working emulator capable of running most programs. Low levels disk access is only partially supported, and speech support is a hack. Apart from that it works, and it's the only emulator that supports most of the functionality of the F18A. rpk2json.zip js99er-2.5.zip
  3. I am starting work on a project I will call Stella's Cup of Java(Script) ​The Plan: Have it able to upload ROMS & the ability to fetch homebrews from here. ​ I also want to have some ROMS pre-available that are homebrews ONLY! Resizable display that stays crisp Table of 2 control schemes to choose from. Easily ported to PC & Mobile using a hybrid dev. platform. ​However, this will not work if I do not have enough research on​ the A26 & the hardware it haves. Anyone who is knowledgeable in these areas is welcome to help this project go smoothly. I will update my blog more frequently then this thread, so check there for updates. The HTML so far is: <!DOCTYPE html> <html> <head> <title> Stella's cup of Java(Script) </title> </head> <body> <p> <canvas id="A26_PF"></canvas> <canvas id="A26_P0"></canvas> <canvas id="A26_P1"></canvas> <canvas id="A26_MS"></canvas> <table> </table> </p> </body> </html> Anyone who wants to suggest changes can post HTML frags in the comments in this thread.
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