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May 19, 2020

Static Site Generator Trends

Static site generators are an increasingly popular style for building a new class of web applications. Based on external conversations as well as our own internal experiments, we realized it was time to dig into trends further. READ MORE
May 8, 2020

GitHub Codespaces lets you code in your browser without any setup

In a major announcement for developers, GitHub has launched Codespaces — a feature that lets you code directly on the web. Think of this as a virtual Integrated Development Environment (IDE) on the cloud. READ MORE
May 2, 2020

Enable remote work faster with new Windows Virtual Desktop capabilities

The world has changed dramatically in the past few months. Due to the global health crisis, many people are working remotely for the first time. Organizations of all sizes have had to quickly shift focus and support users who need to stay connected from new locations and devices. READ MORE
April 29, 2020

You can now manage Windows 10 devices through G Suite

Google has announced today the general availability of a long-awaited feature — the ability to manage Windows 10 devices through G Suite. Until today, companies that used G Suite to manage corporate endpoints could only enroll Android, iOS, Chrome, and Jamboard devices. READ MORE
April 22, 2020

Tab Groups Is Chrome’s Best New Feature in Years, and Here’s How to Use It

After making its way through the developer and beta versions of the browser, a significant new feature has just arrived in the stable version of Google Chrome that most of us are using: Tab Groups. It might just change the way you browse the web forever. READ MORE
March 31, 2020

Chrome redesigning buttons, dropdowns, and other controls

Users on the web interact with checkboxes, dropdown menus, and other UI elements on a regular basis. Google is now redesigning these HTML form controls in Chrome to improve touch-friendliness and accessibility. One issue with native form controls, however, is the inconsistency in their styling. READ MORE
March 23, 2020

Google Issues Upgrade Warning For 2 Billion Chrome Users

Google has only just announced significant cuts to Chrome browser development. But today it is taking things even further. In a shock move first spotted by ChromeUnboxed, Google has warned users that the the impact of COVID-19 means it has had to scrap the next major release of Chrome entirely. READ MORE
March 23, 2020

25 Amazing Contact Us Pages That Will Make You Rethink Your Website

The Contact Us page is one of the most visited pages on any website. That seems like a compelling enough reason to redesign your Contacts section to better meet your users’ needs and grab their attention. READ MORE
March 23, 2020

Lead Generation: Important Marketing Strategy to Boost Sales.

The businesses have various goals in order to run themselves effectively. One of the major important goals which drive their success is- Sales. READ MORE
March 20, 2020

Neumorphism and CSS

That should draw a pretty picture of what we’re talking about when we refer to neumorphism. Let’s move on to how it’s implemented in CSS. Creating a neumorphic interface with CSS is seemingly as easy as applying a regular box-shadow property on any element, but it’s more nuanced than that.
June 9, 2016
Some day, a self-driving car will face a dilemma: avoid hitting one person, hit someone else. And its only ethical guide will be its own AI. Source: Self-Driving Cars Will Teach Themselves to Save Lives—But Also Take Them | WIRED
June 10, 2016

Project Tango Phone Tech is Amazing

To explain Tango in its most basic form, it’s giving devices the ability to see and understand their surroundings in a similar way to how we do. That means building a custom set of sensors and a processor that can connect the various sources of information, and understand it all. There were […]
June 17, 2016

The Untold Story of Magic Leap, the World’s Most Secretive Startup | WIRED

Virtual reality is posed to become a fundamental technology, and outfits like Magic Leap have an opportunity to become some of the largest companies ever. Source: The Untold Story of Magic Leap, the World’s Most Secretive Startup | WIRED
July 3, 2016

Project Bloks – Creating a development platform for tangible programming

Project Bloks is creating a development platform for tangible programming, to help kids develop computational thinking through playful coding experiences. Source: Project Bloks – Creating a development platform for tangible programming
June 6, 2019

Visual Studio Code 1.35: Remote Development, TypeScript and (sigh) another new icon

From Discover on Google https://www.theregister.co.uk/AMP/2019/06/06/visual_studio_code_may/
June 6, 2019

The best CSS animation examples to recreate

From Discover on Google https://www.creativebloq.com/inspiration/css-animation-examples
March 12, 2020

19+ Website Layouts Users Won’t Forget

Plenty of websites shine with color, vivid images and useful content. But if you rip off color, videos, images, content, what is left? You’ll come down to the bare bones of a website and suddenly understand: it’s the layout that really pumps brilliance into the website.
March 12, 2020

Webinar | How to Scale Your SEO Agency

Running an agency is no piece of cake — something our panelists know well. But once you’ve conquered the day-to-day running of one, how do you progress? Making the decision to scale up can be tricky, and there are a lot of obstacles to contend with.
March 14, 2020

Microsoft is renaming UI Fabric to Fluent UI

Microsoft UI Fabric is a collection of UX frameworks that developers can use to build cross-platform Fluent experiences. Microsoft today announced that it is renaming UI Fabric to Fluent UI.
March 17, 2020

Gmail ‘Add to tasks’ Google integration now more prominent

Gmail’s big Material Theme redesign in 2018 was accompanied by the relaunch of Google Tasks. The integration between the two services is now more prominent with an “Add to tasks” toolbar shortcut. Google lets you link an email directly to a task for quick access and context.