We are a group of seniors who graduated form the University of Minnesota, Morris this weekend, and wanted to code as a celebration! We learned Morse code as freshman, and now we have coded it as seniors!
Morris Code is a morse code translator that translates characters into morse code and plays it back. The sound of dashes and dots can be changed with custom sounds and speeds for fun!
Morris Code is a morse code translator that translates characters into morse code and plays it back. The sound of dashes and dots can be changed with custom sounds and speeds for fun! We learned Morse code as freshman, and now we have coded it as seniors! A video explanation can be found at this url: https://youtu.be/6jRD7U7oBpw
Click play! If you want to change the sound click upload sounds. The files can be most any sounds files, we recommend that if you upload a sound have it make sound right from the start. After upload a files and changing speeds make sure to click finish upload before clicking play.
View the screencast:
http://www.motobit.com/util/base64-decoder-encoder.asp to decode favicon http://www.favicon.cc/ to generate favicon Bootstrap 3 was used for markup
I've always been interested in Morse code. I laughed out loud when I first heard the default sounds.
You got a very nice idea and the custom sound feature is really cool!
Now I can tell my crush everything I feel without the fear! :p
It is interesting and looks good, good idea
I know about morse, but hearing to morse is something I haven't done myself. Perhaps it would be a good idea to add a sound library as well, so that you don't necessarily have to upload new sounds for the morse.
CQ CQ CQ nicely done.
Good job! And good code!
Nice small app. Works fine.
Nice to hear morse code in addition to seeing it!
I actually had to learn morse code in the Army lol. This took me back. Nice, simple, concise, does exactly what it says it does. Well done.
lots of fun . Thanks for making this :)
I think the entry is not very useful but quite fun to play with =) and it brilliantly showcases what's possible to do with Angular!
It would be more fun if it was a Morse challenge game :)
Well done but I don't find it very useful :(
Nice concept, colors are just not really attractive.
Oooh eeee. This is a cool way to lean morse code.
Really good guys !