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Jesse Freeman – Five keys to success when building HTML5 games (FutureJS 2014)
The data scientist’s laboratory
Beaker is a code notebook that allows you to analyze, visualize, and document data using multiple programming languages including Python, R, Groovy, Julia, and Node. Beaker’s plugin-based polyglot architecture enables you to seamlessly switch between languages and add support for new languages.
Some inspiration for a morphing button concept where the action element (button) morphs into a component. The examples show different types of components, i.e. fullscreen overlay, modal window, sidebar and more.
Not since the early days of web standards have I seen our community rally around a seemingly small issue: responsive images.
Over the last four years (yeah, it’s been about four years), we’ve seen many permutations of images in responsive design. From the lazier days of setting
data-interchange method, we’ve spent a lot of time spinning our wheels, banging our heads and screaming at the wall. I’m happy to say that our tireless journey is coming to a close. The W3C and browser makers got the hint.
The post Picturefill 2.0: Responsive Images And The Perfect Polyfill appeared first on Smashing Magazine.
Well after a long delay I’m happy to announce that my responsive design extension for Brackets is now available on Github. Please be sure to read this entire post before you check it out so you don’t experience any issues.
Some important notes I haven’t had the time to update the extension to work in the latest version of Brackets. It wouldn’t take much work to do but I can’t be sure as I’ve haven’t done any JS work […]
21 free tools for perfecting your portfolio
One of the tasks, that as designers, we are constantly being asked to tackle is to build impressive and fitting web-based portfolios for clients, friends, and even ourselves. Portfolios stand as a virtual calling card, connecting your work with people across the world wide web at the click of a ‘Stumble’ or search result link. […]
WebGL / OpenGL:
OpenFrameworks Ported to webGL!
Live Cube Maps Reflections in Your Three.js Game With threex.cubecamera
This is post is part of the ‘one threex a day’ challenge. This challenge is to publish every day one game extension for three.js! One per day, every day and that for 2month! In this post, we gonna talk about threex.cubecamera. threex.cubecamera is a three.
Scary Monster For Your Next FPS Game In Three.js With Threex.md2character
This is a screencast for learningthree.js blog. It is about a “Scary Monster For Your Next FPS Game In Three.js With Threex.md2character”. Read more…
Perlin Terrain Procedural Generation For Your Game With Threex.terrain
This is a screencast for learningthree.js blog. It is about “Perlin Terrain Procedural Generation For Your Game With threex.terrain”. Read more…
an open collection of GLSL Transitions.
Double precision approximations for map projections in OpenGL
The problem: OpenGL specification/extension ARB_gpu_shader_fp64 that brings support for double precision operations on the GPU specifically states that double-precision versions of angle, trigonometry, and exponential functions are not supported. All we get are the basic add/mul operations and sqrt.
haXe / ActionScript / Air:
Adobe AIR crossplatform apps on mobile round-up:
This Is Sand This is sand is a unique playground…
This is sand is a unique playground for creating and sharing amazing sandscapes on your computer or mobile device. Start pouring away to experience this special sand piling on your screen! The project has been alive since 2008 when we created the first web version with Flash.
Apache Flex, Vitapoly Core Image were used to create the first and only node based image editor and compositor for iPads.
Unity / Blender3d:
unity3d demo sources:
Blender Game Engine – Drivable Vehicles
Blender render sky is back with a Game Engine demo – drivable vehicles. Check out his Forest Demo too! Blender render sky writes: I made some drivable vehicles in the BGE. So far I´ve got a jet,…
Care about an open internet? Tell the US government on Twitter today
Rumors that the FCC would let ISPs like Comcast or Verizon give an internet “fast lane” to well-heeled customers has become a debacle, with Google, Yahoo and a hundred other companies denouncing the idea. The FCC and chairman Tom Wheeler have been in…
Solar road could change how we power the world
The Solar Roadway hopes to use the large, flat areas provided by roads to generate solar power, decreasing the reliance on fossil fuel energy.
I’ve got this setting called “HDR” on my phone’s camera, but I’m still not sure what it does. It’s supposed to make my pictures look better, but sometimes my pictures just come out blurry or washed out! Am I doing something wrong?…..
Chromecast Support Coming To Mobile Firefox
sfcrazy (1542989) writes “Chromecast is a great device, and concept, however it is more or less limited to Google’s Chrome browser and supported apps. That seems to be changing: Mozilla is working on bringing Chromecast support to its Firefox browser. Mozilla meeting notes from 14 May clearly mention Chromecast support for the browser: ‘Work week in SF, making good progress. Hoping to have Netcast and Chromecast support landed by the end of the week.'”
Sablo for iOS – Exploring the nebulous boundary between order and chaos
Created by Ernst Uys, Sablo for iOS lets you explore the boundary between order and chaos using the Abelian Sandpile model (also known as the Bak–Tang–Wiesenfeld model) in theoretical physics.
How Amiga hackers saved Andy Warhol’s digital images
A new documentary from the HIllman Photography Iniative (see the video below) has revealed exactly how those now-famous Andy Warhol Amiga works were extracted from decrepit 3.5-inch floppies. First, researchers had to figure out that the image files…
Forget Prince’s “Purple Rules” demanding smartphone-free concerts, one group is actually encouraging fans to wave their handset in the air because it’s part of the show. Electronic group Booka Shade recently performed a concert where the audience’s…
Created by Alexander Zolotov, PhonoPaper is a format of graphical representation of the sound (music, human voice, etc.); in other words, it is the 2D audio barcode (by analogy with the QR-code).
If you’re Microsoft, how do you convince people that data is more than just a dry set of charts and graphs? You put on one heck of a light show, that’s what. The company recently marked the launch of a database server app by opening the Infinity…
When iOS7 was first released there was a lot of arguing about the new flatter design, while most people loved it there were just as many who hated it and swore they would never upgrade to iOS7. The design changes were made by Jony Ive who by many is regarded as a design genius. In […]
Once again the week is coming to an end and that means it’s time for a roundup of the past weeks news! Apple Just Put Its App Design Bible On iBooks For Free – Apple’s iOS Human Interface Guidelines, a set of tips and rules for designers that was previously only available through the developer portal, is […]