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Everyone here can have a big impact on a project, on someone else. I get very excited about this when I read stories like the one about an intern at Google who did an experiment that saves tons of traffic, or when I get an email from one of my readers who now published an awesome complete beginner's guide to front-end development. We need to recognize that our industry depends on people who share their open-source code and we should support them and their projects that we heavily rely on. Finally, we also need to understand that these people perhaps don't want a job as an employee at some big company but remain independent instead. So if you make money with a project that uses open-source libraries or other resources, maybe Valentine's Day might be an occasion to show your appreciation and make the author a nice present.The post Web Development Reading List #169: TLS At Scale, Brotli Benefits, And Easy Onion Deployments appeared first on Smashing Magazine.
The Go standard library provides excellent support for cryptography and hashing. The root package for cryptography in Go is crypto, and it has a number of sub packages, such as aes, cipher, sha, and rsa to name but a few. Also, there is a package called hash, which provides Golang developers with a common interface […] The post An Introduction to Cryptography in Go appeared first on Developer.com.
Lightbend has announced the launch of Akka Serverless, a cloud-native development platform-as-a-service that enables the creation of cloud-native apps using any programming language and eliminates the need for databases in deploying business-critical apps. Akka has a simple, API-driven programming model that makes it easy for developers to define the data that they need so that … continue reading The post SD Times news digest: Lightbend Akka Serverless, Contrast Scan, and GrapeCity announces table support for SpreadJS appeared first on SD Times.
theme.json is a simple document for styling the WordPress block editor, and we show you how it can help theme developers. The post An Introduction to the WordPress theme.json File appeared first on Speckyboy Design Magazine.
There's something happening in the E Ink space, somewhat quietly, but consistently. It's going to be interesting to see if it's a fad or if E Ink tablets are here to stay. I love my Amazon Kindle and I love its E Ink display. I'd say 90% of my reading in the last 5 years has been on a Kindle with E Ink. They are bright in direct sunlight, and the newer ones have color temperature settings. The starter Kindle is about $90 and you'll often find sales. For mostly static content like books or magazines, E Ink is an amazing paper-like technology. We seem to be putting a huge amount of technology and work into creating displays to replace paper. First the look, and most recently the feel of writing on paper. These one page digital devices promise to act as Infinite Paper. E Ink is easier on the eyes than OLED and iPads and the like. How does it work? The simple explanation is that there's tiny capsules of negatively charged black pigment and positively charged white pigment. We can apply negative or positive charge and the black or the white pigments will jump to the top. It's kind of like an Etch a Sketch, except with electricity rather than a surface covered in aluminum powder. These displays are as close to paper as you can get, today, digitally. This week I did a LIVE Review of three really interesting "E Ink" tablets on my YouTube. The reMarkable 2 - This is the second-gen reMarkable. It's a dedicated and distraction-free note taker. It has no browser, no apps to speak of, but an enthusiastic community of hackers and 3rd party projects. This device is NOT an iPad and if your first thought is, "but I have an iPad" then this isn't for you. However, if you like Moleskine notebooks and have filled many a year and your shelves are filled with many years' worth, then take a good look. This 10.3 inch unlit screen is the best device for taking notes, reading PDFs, and...taking notes. It's incredibly well built, feels high quality, is light but substantial, it doesn't warp or feel cheap. If you pair it with a their Marker Plus that includes an eraser, the feeling is top notch. It has a great Desktop App that also has a Beta "Live View" feature where you can share your screen in Teams or Zoom and see what you're writing on your reMarkable. There's so much potential here if they'd open up the APIs and integrate into things like OneNote, Teams, etc. I'd love to see someone be able to connect two of these and write as a shared whiteboard!- One small downer, I did drop a Marker and it landed just right and broke off not just the tip (no big deal, it comes with a dozen replacements) but also the tiny hole the tip goes into (not replaceable). So, treat the pens with reverence. Onyx Boox Note Air - This good pass for the reMarkable from a distance, but it's actually an Android 10 devices that can have Google Play added. Also 10.3" and E Ink but adds a backlight, this hybrid device is a note taker and PDF viewer until you are suddenly installing Microsoft Office or Netflix. The surreal part is that what the device thinks its displaying doesn't always jive with what is being displayed. For example, it's a black and white device, so some shading and subtleties are lost...but they are there, in video memory. That means you can easily share this Android Device's screen to your TV or monitor and it's...Android! There is some ghosting which is a feature, not a bug, but the Onyx Boox Note Air has a surprisingly large array of basically "ghosting display choices" that allow you to select the right balance between ghosting and eventual consistency. It takes a moment to figure out but it's quiet good when dialed in. Combine the Note Air with a Bluetooth Keyboard and you've got an E Ink Word Processor. If you have $500 and can't device between a reMarkable and a Boox Note Air, it comes down to the fact that the Note Air is Android. You're getting more functionality, if slightly less software policy. As a note taker, the polish of the reMarkable 2 is the winner. But the Note Air is the best general purpose E Ink Tablet. Onyx Boox Nova3 Color - This device is just 7.8" but has a color Kaleido Plus E Ink screen. COLOR E Ink is really something to see. Do check out my video review on YouTube - here's a link right to the color parts. It's not a rich deep marker type color, it's a muted older comic book type color...but it works. It adds something, and reading comics on it in Comixology is magical, albeit with some ghosting. This device is also Android so consider it a 2 inch smaller version of the Note Air. It's the "color iPad Mini" to the Note Air's "black and white iPad Pro." Later this month I'll take a look at Supernote which already has a enthusiastic community and promises to have a rich API for 3rd parties to explore and expand. E Ink and "E Paper" are becoming more prominent on sites like Kickstarter and IndieGogo. This India-based company called paperd.ink is creating a low power E-paper development board. The rise of inexpensive E-paper/E Ink displays along with ESP32s with WiFi is creating tiny low power computers that blur the user's perception of what a Microcontroller can do. What are your thoughts and opinions about E Ink? Will your next tablet be an E Ink display? I often use Amazon Affiliate links and you're helping this blog when you use them, thanks! Sponsor: Extend your runway and expand your reach. Oracle for Startups delivers enterprise cloud at a startup price tag with free cloud credits to help you reel in the big fish--confidently. Learn more.(C) 2021 Scott Hanselman. All rights reserved.
Access All Areas have a brilliant collection of logo templates to download this week, courtesy of LovePowerDesigns. These vintage badges have an outdoors and adventure theme and feature mountain graphics and supplementary text elements that can be edited to easily create custom logos. The collection contains full colour and black & white versions, supplied in […] The post Mountain Vintage Logo Badges for Premium Members appeared first on Spoon Graphics.
If you want to launch a startup in the United States, or want to expand your existing business into the US, then you need to... The post 3 Things You Should Know Before Launching a Startup in the US appeared first on Web Development & Technology Resources.
Where are your website users coming from? That's a common question that many website owners don't always know the answer to. Understanding where users come from--and information about their location--can be important to the functionality of your website. Just think, you could push notifications at time zone appropriate times, or adjust language, design, or layout […]
A new way of advertising is content. Business owners and marketers have discovered the value of using content in their marketing plans over time. As... The post Why High-Quality Content Matters appeared first on Web Development & Technology Resources.
Here are our top 6 social media marketing campaign picks, plus tips for how to leverage their success to increase your brand's reach and engagement. The post 6 Winning Social Media Marketing Campaigns & How To Make Them Work For You first appeared on JUST(TM) Creative.
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