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Jason Fleetwood-Boldt

A photograph on the backdrop of coronavirus panick throughout the city. https://twitter.com/jiserra/status/1235365010077032448 Angus Grieve-Smith (@grvsmth) treated us to a display of how to audio interfaces using native web controls, appropriately titled "Web Audio With Javascript" Their website is grieve-smith.com Angus shows how to use native Javascript to...

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Slightest Effective Difference in UX Design

User animation teacher and prophet Edward Tufte is known for saying that when the UX designer wants to call attention to something on the interface, the smallest effective difference — that is, the smallest possible change — that the user will see is the only...

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React's Virtual DOM arguably revolutionized web development. In short: React will keep a copy of the DOM in its own memory space. When you make updates, for example, several updates to component state, the React will manipulate the Virtual DOM first, performing all of the...

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https://twitter.com/brooklyn_js/status/1216796709868711937 Thomas Bery told us about his project to build jambuds.club, a social listening platform he has been working on as passion project. Fil Zembowicz, who says he runs a company called FormSort, gave a talk called "Grappling with Higher Powers". @fzembow on twitter. Jessie Wu...

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A Vision of the Future

In the future, intelligent apps will integrate seamlessly with our lives. Software will do all kinds of things and we'll take it for granted: the interface scrolls smoothly, objects fade and pulse as you move between elements or steps, a series of quick-access buttons let...

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Today I've finished version 0.5 of my new Gem, Universal Track Manager. It's a plug-and-play Rails engine that you install into your Ruby on Rails application with just three simple steps (see the README). You can then immediately pick up your visitors': IP address Ad campaign...

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Today I'm announcing Version 0.4 of my new Gem: Universal Track Manager. It's an great little utility project that will surely have appeal to many websites and developers. Visitors come to your site every day. Along with their visits, four key pieces of information come...

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Today I'm announcing 'a first look' at my new Gem: Universal Track Manager. It's an ambitious project that's going to have nearly universal appeal and utility. Visitors come to your site every day. Along with their visits, 4 key pieces of information come along for the...

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Nonschema migrations version 5.0.0: RubyGems Page, GitHub page Now compatible with Rails 6, nonschema_migrations is the best way to separate your schema changes from your data changes. Want to run no-downtime deploys with data-only migrations? No problem. Install it in your Rails app today to see...

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