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Pixel-Based Websites: Resources, Tutorials, And Examples In...




Pixel-Based Websites: Resources, Tutorials, And Examples

In this article I’ve collected a mega-compilation of everything you’ll need for pixel-based website design. There are dozens of healthy tutorials for beginners and experts alike. I’ve also included some handy tools and resources which you can play around with to explore the topic further. If you’re at all interested in video game graphics or isometric pixel artwork then you will love this collection.



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Socialite.js

Socialite.js:

Socialite provides a very easy way to implement and activate a plethora of social sharing buttons — any time you wish. On document load, on article hover, on any event! If you’re selling your soul, you may as well do it asynchronously. Socialite won’t cause document rendering to hang while waiting for 50kb of social media.

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Building The Atari Arcade with CreateJS

Building The Atari Arcade with CreateJS:

The Atari Arcade is a Web-based re-imagining of a handful of classic Atari games. In this article, Atari digs deep into how they used the CreateJS suite of libraries to make it all come together. A great explanation of how useful these libraries are.

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Treating JavaScript Like A 30 Year Old Language

Treating JavaScript Like A 30 Year Old Language:

Starting an article with “I don’t like JavaScript” is a brave way for Jeremy Kahn to go, but in this post he shares his love for Google’s JavaScript style guide and explains how treating his JavaScript as if it were C works for him.

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kelseyisheinrichs: Illustration for Andrew Keen’s article...



kelseyisheinrichs:

Illustration for Andrew Keen’s article “Society isn’t a startup and sharing’s not caring” in Wired Magazine.



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Understanding CSS Filter Effects

Understanding CSS Filter Effects:

Filters are a powerful tool that web authors can use to achieve interesting visual effects. In this article we’ll cover the history of filter effects, what they do and how to use them. We’ll cover examples of all the predefined filters defined for CSS with some examples. We’ll also cover performance considerations for using them on desktop and mobile devices since knowing the speed impact of filters is important for a good user experience. Finally we’ll review the current state of implementation in modern browsers.

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Everything you need to know about HTML5 video and audio

Everything you need to know about HTML5 video and audio:

A very comprehensive article. In-depth coverage of HTML5 video concepts.

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