How to Use ES6 Template Literals in JavaScript Apr24

How to Use ES6 Templ...

By Preethi Ranjit In programming, the term “literal” refers to the notation of values in code. For instance, we notate a string value with a string literal that are characters enclosed in double or single quotes ("foo", 'bar', "This is a string!"). ECMAScript 6 – 10 Awesome New Features...

Sign In Password-Free to All Microsoft Accounts Using Your Phone Apr24

Sign In Password-Fre...

By Hadi Waqas It seems that the future of password-less logins is finally upon us as Microsoft has rolled out such a feature to all of its services. From this point forwards, those who rely on Microsoft’s batch of services (Outlook, Skype, etc.) will be given the option to login with...

How to Organize Instagram Bookmarks into Private Collections Apr24

How to Organize Inst...

By Sia Back in late 2016, Instagram gave its users the ability to bookmark posts made by others for later viewing. While the feature itself may prove useful to some users, one problem that many have with this feature is that it lumps all bookmarked posts into the Saved section. 10 Instagram...

5 Games That May Convince You to Get a Virtual Reality Headset Apr24

5 Games That May Con...

By Sia As Resident Evil 7 is played in the first person perspective, playing the game with the VR headset can boost the “immersion” of the game by a significant margin. And since the game is horror-themed, the jump scares are made much more effective when executed in VR. Best of all, palying...

Applications Of Machine Learning For Designers Apr24

Applications Of Mach...

By Lassi Liikkanen As a designer, you will be facing more demands and opportunities to work with digital systems that embody machine learning. To have your say about how best to use it, you need a good understanding about its applications and related design patterns. This article illustrates...

Web Development Reading List #179: Firefox 53, The Top Web Browsers, And Vue.js Authentication Apr21

Web Development Read...

By Anselm Hannemann Bots and Artificial Intelligence are probably the most hyped concepts right now. And while some people praise the existing technologies, others claim they don’t fear AI at all, citing examples where it fails horribly. Examples of Facebook or Amazon advertising (both...

Jekyll For WordPress Developers Apr21

Jekyll For WordPress...

By Mike Neumegen Jekyll is gaining popularity as a lightweight alternative to WordPress. It often gets pigeonholed as a tool developers use to build their personal blog. That’s just the tip of the iceberg — it’s capable of so much more! In this article, we’ll take on the...

Fresh Resource for Web Developers – April 2017 Apr20

Fresh Resource for W...

By Thoriq Firdaus Since the beginning of the year 2017, a lot has changed in the world of web development, with new apps and resources coming every other day. Keeping up with the trend, I am sharing with you today a couple of new web development resources. Click for More Resources Click for...

Howler.js is Probably The Best JavaScript Audio Library Around Apr20

Howler.js is Probabl...

By Jake Rocheleau Howler.js demos If you just want a simple audio player then HTML5 might be enough. But Howler comes with many features you can’t get natively with HTML, such as fading out/in with each track, or automatic caching for music files to decrease load times. Howler is a pure...

Unleashing The Full Potential Of Symbols In Sketch Apr20

Unleashing The Full ...

By Javier Cuello No matter whether you are designing a whole design system or just a couple of screens, symbols in Sketch will help you keep your file organized and will save you a lot of time in the long run. In this article, I’ll share with you a few best practices and tricks to help...