• Tinder for Bananas

    I saw this little web app by Das Surma going around the other day. It’s funny, but it’s also a really compelling demo app for a bunch of modern technologies. I’m sure that’s the whole point of it. Minimal build process. Just Gulp to use …

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  • Tinder for Bananas

    GitHub – surma/tinderforbananas.com: It’s like Tinder, but for 🍌 Skip to content JavaScript CSS HTML Shell README.md License Apache 2.0 You can’t perform that action at this time. You signed in with another tab or window. Reload to… … Read the entire article at the …

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    Mathematical Modules in Python: Decimal and Fractions

    Even the most basic mathematical operations can sometimes give an erroneous result. This happens due to limitations in storing the exact value of some numbers. You can overcome these limitations by using the decimal module in Python. Similarly, neither the math nor the cmath module that we learned …

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  • What Can CMS Do?

    With CMS, there’s a lot you can do than with just ordinary blogging software or site you have custome made by some developers. A WCMS is composed of dynamic collection of materials for the Web; like   HTML  documents, videos, images, texts, flash animations and other …

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  • WebSlides

    Looks like a nicely done little system, by José Luis Antúnez for creating presentation slides. WebSlides makes HTML presentations easy. Just the essentials and using lovely CSS. An alternative to reveal.js. I like how it utilizes other open source projects. I always feel like I …

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  • An Event Apart Discount Code

    An Event Apart: Build your design skills. Build your skills in the company of the smartest developers, designers, and strategists in the industry. Find your event. Learn with videos, articles, and resources. Basic · 1.12.17 Designing for Good Laura Martini works at the intersection of …

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  • Learning A Word

    Clearing Accidentally “Learned” Words from macOS Dictionary

    Does this little moment strike fear into your heart? Argahghg! Fat fingers! I meant to FIX the spelling, not learn this misspelled word! Now forevermore, the spell checker won’t catch that misspelled word. Fear not, you can fix it. When this happened to me recently, …

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    Erlang and Elixir, Part 2: Data Types

    Elixir has a wealth of data types available. The usual basic types integer, float, boolean, and string are here, but so are the atom / symbol, list, tuple, and anonymous functions. You’ll learn all about them in this tutorial. Before we get started: We will be running …

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  • Random Numbers in CSS

    I stumbled into an interesting problem the other day. I wanted to animate an element with a random animation-duration. This was the non-randomized starting point: See the Pen Random numbers CSS #1 by Robin Rendle (@robinrendle) on CodePen. This is the CSS I wrote to …

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  • Gradient Works

    A Thing To Know about Gradients and “Transparent Black”

    Say you have a gradient in CSS that goes from red to transparent. Easy, right? Like this: .element { background: linear-gradient( to bottom, red, transparent ); } There is a pretty big gotcha here, though. In Chrome (also Android), Firefox, and Edge, you’d be …

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