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Name | Description | Categories |

Polygon Drawing Applet | Probably the first applet I ever wrote. | CS142 lab 7 |

Animated Polygon | A beefed up version of the previous. | CS142 lab 7, Animated |

Animated heart | something I used as part of a home-made e-card for the most wonderful woman in the world, if you want to use it, you can now send it though my E-card site. | Animated, Ecard |

Utopian Calculator (age 12) | For calculating your most important province stats in the web-based role playing game, Utopia. Unfortunately, it's well out of date. | util |

The Mandelbrot Set | Manipulates everyone's favorite complex fractal. More in the works in that area. Best at higher resolutions. | CS142 lab 13(old), Fractals |

Julia Set | Manipulates a fractal related to the Mandelbrot set, as well as the Mandelbrot Set. | CS142 lab 13(old), Fractals |

Polygon fractal | Just a cool way I found to draw polygon-like figures recursively | Fractals |

Heart fractal | Recursive heart-drawing program. | Fractals |

Another Animated Heart | From another e-card for a very special girl, also available to be sent from my E-card site. | Animated, Ecard |

pedigree chart drawer | The final exam from my entry-level Computer Science class at BYU. | CS142 lab Final |

Happy Birthday card | A happy birthday card I made for a good friend, and reused a few times. It's the first of two similar birthday animations I've made that are both available to be sent as E-cards. | Animated, Ecard |

Binary-Decimal Converter | An applet I wrote as a favor for a friend | util, CS142 lab 5(old) |

falling letters applet | A customizeable applet that displays any number of messages in bouncing letters. I used it as a goodbye card and to ask a special someone to homecoming one year. Now you can also send it (with whatever message spelled out) at my E-cards site. | Animated, Ecard |

sumation/product calculator | The final exam from the entry-level Computer Science class at BYU when I was a TA for the class | CS142 lab Final |

Breakout | The classic Atari game Breakout, also known as Arkanoid in some circles, with my own personal touch. The new high scores list is up and functioning. | Animated, Games |

Hello world applet | I know, most "Hello World" programs are really boring and go on the top of the page. This one was actually the final part of my animation tutorial when I gave it. The message can be changed from the HTML parameters, and I decided to take advantage of that and let you send it (if you feel so inclined) as an E-card. | Animated, Ecard |

Tetris | An applet version of the classic puzzle game. Check out the new high score list! | Animated, Games |

Interest Calculator | An interest calculator applet that is used as an example for the entry-level Computer Science class at BYU | CS142 lab 10 |

Bank Account Applet | A way overboard version of what should be a somewhat simple programming project for the entry-level programming class at BYU | CS142 lab 5/6 |

Fight Song Applet | A way overboard version of what should be an even simpler programming project for the entry-level programming class at BYU | CS142 lab 3 |

Magic Square applet | My attractive version of a programming assignment from the entry-level Computer Science class at BYU. | Animated, CS142 lab 8 |

Shapes applet | A glorified animated version of another programming project in the entry-level Computer Science class at BYU. | Animated, CS142 lab 9 |

BYU GPA Calculator | A stylish way of figuring out your GPA according to BYU's system | util |

The most chaotic applet in the world | How much more chaotic could one get than my "Hello World" applet with the interacting letters and a zoomable mandelbrot set all in one? | Animated, Fractals, CS142 lab 13(old) |

Temperature converter | Another applet inspired by and only loosely based on a program for the entry-level programming class at BYU, this one converts Celsius to Fahrenheit and back with a graphical thermometer. | CS142 lab 3, Animated, util |

CS 142 Grade Calculator | A beefed up version of a programming assignment to calculate the student's grade for the class, with a useless random test score feature. | CS142 lab 3, util |

Favorite Scripture Applet | The assignment was to geometrically draw the Angel Moroni and add your favorite scripture underneath. So much for geometrically drawing... This would have been way simpler in html :-p | CS142 lab 3 |

New Happy Birthday Applet | Modified version of the previous Happy Birthday E-card applet with image buffering and more letter action. This one can be sent from my E-cards page. | Animated, Ecard |

Guessing Game Applet | The 4th lab for the entry level programming class at BYU with a GUI | Games, CS142 lab 4 |

Complex Fractal Generator | Inspired by the Mandelbrot Set programming assignment in CS 142, but completely gone awry. This is the 'beta' of a project I worked on off and on for probably 6 months. | CS142 lab 13(old), Fractals |

YAAPA | Yet Another Animated Polygon Applet - my supervisor wanted everyone to do the labs for CS 142, so I did another one of these... | CS142 lab 7, Animated |

GIAWA | GIAWA Is A Weather Applet - I finished this one the same day as the one above due to having found that the settings on this webserver were changed so it could work. It displays the weather for any zip code. Weather and graphics are borrowed from Accuweather. | Animated, util |

YAMSA | Yet Another Magic Square Applet - another redo of a CS 142 lab, rendering magic squares much like the Animated Magic Square applet, but this time with a matrix theme. | CS142 lab 8, Animated |

Toxic Field Sweeper | A game similar to Minesweeper, with standard beginner, intermediate, and expert sizes. Challenge the high score lists (linked from the applet page)! | Animated, Games |

Kiaba | Kiaba Is A Breakout Applet - this is my first Yajags-compliant Applet in theory, reworking my old Breakout applet. | Animated, Games, YAJAGS |

Moon Generator | Randomly places craters and maps bump to an otherwise spherical body. Another overhaul on a CS 142 lab. | CS142 lab 6, Fractals |

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These applets were developed by Matthew Reeder. Please get my permission before using these applets on your own site.

(And trust me, it will be easier if I help you use them :-p)