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Bookmarks for April 7th through April 13th

These are my links for April 7th through April 13th: CreateJS – Blending Modes Demystified · An A List Apart Article – CSSgram test sheet – Website Style Guide Resources – CIRCULUS.SVG: The SVG Circular Menu Generator – Responsive HTML Email Framework – Snap.svg – Home – annyang! Easily add speech recognition to your site…

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Bookmarks for March 8th through April 6th

These are my links for March 8th through April 6th: Perfect responsive images: HTML5 <picture> and Bootstrap 4 – How Good Are Your HTML and CSS Comments? – 18 Tips for Website Performance Optimization – Smaller Pictures – Colovely – https://www.free-invoice-generator.com/?ref=producthunt – https://www.producthunt.com/@hnshah/collections/free-stuff-for-startups?utm_source=Product+Hunt&utm_campaign=80c8541df8-Memories_with_friends3_17_2016&utm_medium=email&utm_term=0_2cd7d34185-80c8541df8-123076217 – Key Requirements for an IoT Data Platform | MapR – Top…

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Adding VR images to Facebook

UPDATE: They added 360° photo/panorama support too, yay! No need to do this anymore. Facebook only supports the display of equirectangular 360° video, but not 360° images. A bit silly if you ask me. But it’s easy to work around this limitation by creating a static video of your 360° image, for example 12 seconds…

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Google VR View

Pretty excited with Google’s VR View release. Google VR View transforms 360° or VR images (and videos) into interactive experiences. It makes it effortless to integrate your own panorama images, including stereo images for use with Google Cardboard, into any site, without being dependent on any other service (like RoundMe or Flickr hosted images). Blue…

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VideoSlam – the instantaneous edit

Last weekend I went to a great IxDA workshop “Connecting Conversations” by Alastair Somerville. During the workshop I took short 3-5 second video clips (which made it look like I was taking pictures instead of video), to create an impression of what the workshop was like. In total, I shot about 5 minutes of video,…

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Browser zooming and CSS layout issues

Browsers have a zoom functionality, to zoom in or out, enlarging or shrinking the content in the browser window (using CTRL plus scrollwheel on mouse, or CTRL with + or -). I guess most of the time (no research here), people would zoom in, enlarging elements on screen to improve legibility. There’s also an option…

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