Many years ago, in the university, I did an HTML project and it was hell, but this time, the HTML part of my project went pretty smooth. HTML has gotten easier with age. A couple divs and a few margins / aligns were enough. Actually, I kind of had fun while doing the HTML, which was the point of the project.
Yes, I know, GIMP, Corel Draw... no. There aren't any real ones. I'm looking for some graphics for my little stop-motion animator project. I look specially in sites like DeviantArt. You're forced to work with PS because that's what artists work with. That's pretty much the same case with Windows OS. You are forced to work with it because everybody works with it... Right? But wait. I tried https://www.photopea.com/ . It can work with PSDs and does the job for all I want it for.
I've decided to reboot an old project I already did in Android as an HTML5 application: a stop-motion animator. This time I plan to include a converter to animated GIF/PNG that the original project didn't have, to make it more usable. I'm doing some tests with Animated_GIF.js and I run into some problems like Uncaught DOMException: Failed to execute 'getImageData' on 'CanvasRenderingContext2D': The canvas has been tainted by cross-origin data . It seems that browsers consider any file in your hard disk as coming from another domain which makes testing even simple projects complicated, and no, using --disable-web-security doesn't work anymore in modern versions of chrome. I had no choice but to install the project in an Win32 Apache version and run the examples from there.