Flash is dead. It is no longer supported by Chrome and Firefox, and Adobe will stop doing the support by 2020. So you have to be aware of different other standards to use in your web applications and sites. There are tons of standards but we selected the most popular for you. Read about new multimedia for the open web.
Your parents will never understand why you’re so obsessed with your computer and how you doing all this “magic” with it. But they have to get used to it as far as you just a mouse potato. To raise your level at least to an expert and become useful for the society, read our new Syndicode Digest #21 – a mouse potato!
When you find some nice site to stick around, you probably don’t recognize elements it’s created of at first. Elements like animations. They smart, neat and simple. But the animations make the site most attractive for the user. Learn some tricks to create fancy CSS animations with interactive examples.
As we wrote in our previous article Points to pixels converter before start with font sizing you have to know the base. But that’s not enough: you always have to be in trend and know the latest variants to simplify/optimize your work. That’s why our next material will teach you some responsive font sizing techniques with CSS.
This summer behaves weird. And we know for sure that this is a real witchcraft happening. At least, this is the only way to explain our new name for digest. Welcome the latest Friday Syndicode digest #13 – Witchcraft.
Explore Animista site and try pre-made css animations. Here you can browse and play with various options and immediately see the result which is free to download and use.
100 days in a row Matthias Martin spent uploading CSS demo to CodePen.
Today is the Monday. Monday which is like Friday, but still Monday. And here we are, our new and sleek Syndicode digest! You can find previous version here. Select the right layout tool for the job. After getting acquainted with this information you will start working with the grids like a boss. React props learning…
Our 5th (September 16, the Friday) Syndicode digest release. Cute and fast. Blazing fast. Our previous release is here. #frontend#beatifull Become inspired. This vines bounce really cool http://tympanus.net/Development/ItemTransitions/index3.html Become amazed. This image is alive! Just see http://tympanus.net/Tutorials/HeatDistortionEffect/ Email design. Free and serious. http://mailchimp.com/resources/email-design-guide/?utm_campaign=Revue%20newsletter&utm_medium=Newsletter&utm_source=revue #backend#awesome Quicheck your ruby methods like a pro https://spin.atomicobject.com/2014/09/30/quickcheck-in-ruby/ Did you know how powerful is Ruby?…
Bright Friday (9th of August to be precise)…And our 4th Syndicode Digest has arrived. Backend Awesome Elixir links https://github.com/h4cc/awesome-elixir#authentication Learn how to do Microservices. NOW! http://www.vinaysahni.com/best-practices-for-building-a-microservice-architecture Get your way with closures. In ruby. https://scotch.io/tutorials/understanding-ruby-closures Why you never wan’t side effects without isolation https://semaphoreci.com/community/tutorials/isolate-side-effects-in-ruby Be like mutant and start testing properties https://troessner.svbtle.com/kill-all-the-mutants-a-deep-dive-into-mutation-testing-and-how-the-mutant-gem-works Use NoSQL, Luke! https://medium.baqend.com/nosql-databases-a-survey-and-decision-guidance-ea7823a822d#.ma9qqor0m Frontend Fantasy land now has ChainRec,…
Some time ago I found an addition to BEM that can be the best choice if you need to build a small project with no complicated structure, no huge classnames and 5 levels of child branches. I am talking about RSCSS (Reasonable System for CSS Stylesheet Structure) – the system that follows all BEM instructions, but reduces the size of the structure by making classnames much shorter. RSCSS has several main principles: