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CSS blend modes and filters allow for effects that were not possible before. When applying these new options to images, you can create even more impressive effects by stacking or repeating multiple attributes in clever ways. And all of this is done in a nondestructive way. Bennett Feely and his Code Snippets Bennett Feely from Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania and his project Image-Effects on Github provide a great example for effects that can be achieved with an intelligent use of combinations or repetitions of different modern CSS attributes, for which you would not have used pure CSS until now. Bennett has built twenty effects. All of them are displayed while applied to the same original image, as well as with the according required code snippet in CSS and SCSS. You can either copy the snippets directly from the demo page, or switch to Codepen, where you get to play around with the settings, and a live preview. Bennett also provides all effects as a CSS library, which is easy to integrate into your projects, and only weights 1300 bytes when compressed. Of course, working with the uncompressed version of 12,8 kilobytes is more comfortable ;-) In general, it is possible to use […]
From a user's profile picture to other media assets, data collection and storage to cloud services through file uploads have become an essential feature for most modern applications. In this article, you will learn how file uploads can be implemented in a GraphQL application.
What's the most important part of a business presentation? The way you dress? Your speech? Or is it your body language? It's actually none of the above! Your presentation slides are the most important part of a business presentation. Why? Because your clients will be staring at the slides at all times and you'll be […]
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Some will tell you that the modern NBA is a shooters game, with the dominance of the Warriors in the past few years, where three’s
In this article, you will get all the answers to your questions, because this will explain the whole process & help you in the Online Marketplace with Opencart To create a marketplace website in 2022 you should be aware of the latest and upcoming technologies so let’s start with the marketplace A marketplace is a [...]
Being a tech lead is difficult. As a tech lead, you're often expected to continue to be a high performer as an individual contributor while also taking on additional responsibilities to help the team. These additional responsibilities may include breaking down work into clearly defined tasks, grooming the backlog, prioritizing work, mentoring junior engineers, and resolving blockers for the team.
Have you ever wondered what it takes to create a SpriteKit game? Does collision detection seem like a daunting task? Do you want to know how to properly handle sound effects and background music? Game-making has never been easier on iOS since the introduction of SpriteKit. In part two of this three-part series, we will explore the basics of SpriteKit. If you missed out on the previous lesson, you can catch up by getting the code on GitHub. Remember that this tutorial requires Xcode 8 and Swift 3.The post How To Build A SpriteKit Game In Swift 3 (Part 2) appeared first on Smashing Magazine.
Apple is limiting apps for the new M1 iPad Pro to 5GB RAM each, despite some configurations now featuring 16GB. The latest iPad is another step towards becoming a true laptop replacement, at least in terms of pure hardware. In fact, it's the first iPad to feature the same desktop-class M1 processor that Apple is... Read more » The post Apple restricts M1 iPad Pro apps to 5GB RAM each appeared first on Developer Tech News.
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