Design, remix, and share your neighborhood street – all in your browser! Add trees or bike paths, widen sidewalks or traffic lanes, learn how your decisions can impact your community.
street  Infographic  cars  transportation  transit  neat  maps  bikes  buses  bicycling 
4 days ago
Shoelace.css - A Back to basics CSS starter kit
Shoelace.css is a starter kit, not a framework. Think of it as a CSS reset sprinkled with helpful components. Bootstrap users will find it familiar, yet refreshing.

Shoelace is highly customizable through CSS variables. It doesn’t require Less, Sass, or any preprocessing at all. The minified version is only 32.1KB and much smaller when gzipped.

Just link to shoelace.css and add customizations to your stylesheet.
webdev  css  framework  coding 
14 days ago
Real Time face recognition with Node.js and Python
Note: For accuracy please see this. So yes Face Recognition is just a part of an app, and also the crux of the project. Have a cup of coffee and enjoy it(I tried my best), I have included a lot of gifs to make it interesting(inspired from Siraj Raval ‘s videos). via Pocket
facial-recognition  nodejs  coding 
17 days ago
Street Sphere: Photo Sphere to Street View
Street Sphere: Turn your photo spheres into embeddable panoramas

Photo spheres are 360-degree images users can create and share with Google Maps.

Upload your photo sphere image (.jpg) to download a ready-to-use Google Maps API Custom Street View web page. Learn more about custom Street View panoramas on the Google Maps APIs website.
panorama  utilities  360  photosphere  tools 
20 days ago
High Performance React: 3 New Tools to Speed Up Your Apps
React is usually pretty fast, but it’s easy to make small mistakes that lead to performance issues. Slow component mounts, deep component trees, and unnecessary render cycles can quickly add up to an…
tips  performance  coding  reactjs 
21 days ago
JSON is Not Cool Anymore: Implementing Protocol Buffers in Node.js
There’s a better alternative to the ubiquitous JSON as the communication protocol of the web. It’s Protocol Buffers (protobuf). In a nutshell, protobuf offers a more dense format (faster processing) and provides data schemas (enforcement of structure and better compatibility with old code).
api  json  coding 
27 days ago
Hidden Features and Third Party Programs That Make Spotify Work for You - Motherboard
This article originally appeared on Motherboard Germany. With over 30 million songs and close to 1,500 genres, it's no wonder that Spotify has become the go-to app for music connoisseurs the world over. via Pocket
ifttt  longreads  pinboard  Pocket  reading 
29 days ago
A Unified Styling Language – SEEK blog – Medium
In the past few years we’ve seen the rise of CSS-in-JS, emerging primarily from within the React community—but why?
css  javascript  coding 
4 weeks ago
How Facebook content placeholder works - CloudCannon
This is the first post of my new blog series called Deconstructions. Showcasing cool things people are doing in web development and breaking them down step by step. My first target is a cool content placeholder from the most recent Facebook overhaul. Before your friend’s latest selfie or dog picture loads you may have noticed this nice bit of polish.
front-end  webdev  css  ux 
6 weeks ago
Skeleton Screen with CSS
Create skeleton screen using CSS background properties and color gradients. Use `:empty` pseudo-class so that skeleton screen background shows up onl...
front-end  ux  css  coding  webdev  placeholder 
6 weeks ago
Automatically install pre-push hooks for your npm modules.
npm  git  javascript  library 
6 weeks ago
Amazingly short non-sequential url-friendly unique id generator.
npm  javascript  coding  library 
6 weeks ago
wearehive/project-guidelines: A set of best practices for JavaScript projects
project-guidelines - A set of best practices for JavaScript projects
git  tips  javascript 
6 weeks ago
anywhichway/blockstore: 100% native JavaScript, block allocated high speed key/value file store
blockstore - 100% native JavaScript, block allocated high speed key/value file store similar to Redis or local storage / localStorage (but server side only)
npm  javascript  github  coding  databases  library 
6 weeks ago
astorfi/TensorFlow-World: Simple and ready-to-use tutorials for TensorFlow
TensorFlow-World - :earth_americas: Simple and ready-to-use tutorials for TensorFlow
deep-learning  neural-network  tutorials  machine-learning 
7 weeks ago
WageWorks Claims Forms | WageWorks
Find and download WageWorks claims forms such as the healthcare claim form, dependent care claim form and commuter claim form.
WageWorks  FSA 
7 weeks ago
Flippa #1 for Buying and Selling Websites, Domains, and Apps |
Buy and Sell a Website, Domain name, Mobile App.
Browse Flippa today - the entrepreneur's marketplace with 700,000
Buyers and Sellers
websites  webdev  sell  domains 
7 weeks ago
JavaScript for Microcontrollers and IoT: Part 1
Learn about the different options for running JavaScript on microcontrollers and IoT platforms
microcontrollers  IoT  javascript 
7 weeks ago
These Maps Reveal the Hidden Structures of 'Choose Your Own Adventure' Books - Atlas Obscura
Reading a “Choose Your Own Adventure” book can feel like being lost in a maze and running through twists and turns only to find dead ends, switchbacks, and disappointment. In the books—for those not familiar with them—you read until you come to a decision point, which prompts you to flip to another page, backward or forward. The early books in the series, which began in 1979, have dozens of endings, reached through branching storylines so complex that that trying to keep track of your path can seem hopeless—no matter how many fingers you stick into the book in order to find your way back to the key, fateful choice. You might end up back at an early fork again, surprised at how far you traveled only to reemerge at a simple decision, weighted with consequences that you couldn’t have imagined at the beginning.

The last installment of the original “Choose Your Own Adventure” series came out in 1998, but since 2004, Chooseco, founded by one of the series’ original authors, R.A. Montgomery, has been republishing classic volumes, as well as new riffs on the form of interactive fiction that seemed ubiquitous in the 1980s and ’90s. The new editions also carry an additional feature—maps of the hidden structure of each book.
maps  books  literature  reading 
7 weeks ago
CookPete/react-player: A react component for playing a variety of URLs, including file paths, YouTube, SoundCloud and Vimeo
react-player - A react component for playing a variety of URLs, including file paths, YouTube, SoundCloud and Vimeo
components  multimedia  video  reactjs 
8 weeks ago
chubin/ The right way to check the weather - :partly_sunny: The right way to check the weather
awesome  Weather  curl  CLI  Bash 
8 weeks ago
All Thumbs, Why Reach Navigation Should Replace the Navbar in iOS Design
The UINavigationBar, navbar for short, has been around since the original iPhone. Historically, navbars have been convenient and clear, easy to understand and easy to build. Then phones ballooned…
phones  ux  design  mobile-development  iOS  technology 
8 weeks ago
Eclipse Megamovie
The Eclipse Megamovie Project will gather images of the 2017 total solar eclipse from over 1,000 volunteer photographers and amateur astronomers (citizen scientists), as well as many more members of the general public. We’ll then stitch these media assets together to create an expanded and continuous view of the total eclipse as it crosses the United States.
eclipse  solar-eclipse  visualization  astronomy 
9 weeks ago
Amazon AI — Artificial Intelligence Services - AWS
Explore the AWS family of AI services that provide cloud-native machine learning and deep learning technologies to address your different use cases and needs.
Amazon  tutorial  coding  machine-learning 
9 weeks ago
Video LUT Color Grading on the App Store
Read reviews, compare customer ratings, see screenshots, and learn more about Video LUT Color Grading. Download Video LUT Color Grading and enjoy it on your iPhone, iPad, and iPod touch.
appstore  ipad  to-download  video  video-editing  iOS 
9 weeks ago
LumaFusion - Pro video editing and effects on the App Store
Read reviews, compare customer ratings, see screenshots, and learn more about LumaFusion - Pro video editing and effects. Download LumaFusion - Pro video editing and effects and enjoy it on your iPhone, iPad, and iPod touch.
to-download  appstore  iOS  ipad  video-editing  video  apps 
9 weeks ago
Composing Music With Recurrent Neural Networks · hexahedria
(Update: A paper based on this work has been accepted at EvoMusArt 2017! See here for more details.) It’s hard not to be blown away by the surprising power of neural networks these days. With enough training, so called “deep neural networks”, with many nodes and hidden layers, can do impressively well on modeling and predicting all kinds of data. (If you don’t know what I’m talking about, I recommend reading about recurrent character-level language models, Google Deep Dream, and neural Turing machines. Very cool stuff!) Now seems like as good a time as ever to experiment with what a neural network can do. For a while now, I’ve been floating around vague ideas about writing a program to compose music. My original idea was based on a fractal decomposition of time and some sort of repetition mechanism, but after reading more about neural networks, I decided that they would be a better fit. So a few weeks ago, I got to work designing my network. And after training for a while, I am happy to report remarkable success! Here’s a taste of things to come:
neural-network  machine-learning  Music 
9 weeks ago
This Beautiful Short Film Recreates the Moon Landing Using Thousands of NASA Photos
There’s no shortage of archival film footage of the moon landing—arguably one of humanity’s greatest achievements. But graphic designer Christian Stangl didn’t use any of it to create this short film. Instead, Lunar was created by animating thousands of still photos taken from NASA’s Apollo archives.
moon  space-exploration  video  nasa 
9 weeks ago
karan/Projects: A list of practical projects that anyone can solve in any programming language.
Projects - :page_with_curl: A list of practical projects that anyone can solve in any programming language.
ideas  coding  github  programming  Education  practice 
10 weeks ago
Make your emails look right everywhere | Grok Interactive
When it comes to cross mail client compatibility, there is a way to make your emails look right in all email clients.
email  html  css 
10 weeks ago
Will AI outperform humans in 10 years?
Of course, the limitations of this is that it is a best efforts prediction by expert practitioners. As the case of solar energy predictions shows, insiders are among the most conservative in their own field. Google DeepMind has bested human players this year. via Pocket
reading  ai  machine-learning  artificial-intelligence 
11 weeks ago
Secure Your React and Redux App with JWT Authentication
Learn how to add JWT authentication to your React and Redux app. Use Redux middleware to make secure calls to an API.
reactjs  redux 
11 weeks ago
Creating and Sending Reusable Emails with React – README . MIC – Medium
A couple weeks ago, I was tasked with coding emails. Oh, great… emails. I didn’t want to spend the next couple weeks coding tables for hours every day. There had to be a better way. My savior was…
email  tutorial  coding  reactjs  html 
11 weeks ago
Old Giants: The Last Days of Oakland's Redwoods - Bay Nature
This spring Heyday will publish Lost Worlds of the San Francisco Bay Area, a coffee table book of vignettes by author Sylvia Linsteadt. Each essay is researched but also an act of historical imagination. This is an excerpt about the extractive history of redwood logging in the Oakland hills. via Pocket
Oakland  nature  history 
11 weeks ago
Creating email templates with React components : Assertible
This post discusses and provides code samples for how we use React components to create our email templates.
tips  css  coding  tutorial  reactjs 
11 weeks ago
kriasoft/isomorphic-style-loader: CSS style loader for Webpack that is optimized for isomorphic (universal) web apps
isomorphic-style-loader - CSS style loader for Webpack that is optimized for isomorphic (universal) web apps
npm  webpack  coding  reactjs  library 
12 weeks ago
Server Side Rendering with CSS Modules – Mathias Vagni – Medium
It’s currently still relatively hard to understand how to use CSS modules on the server & client based on existing docs. A large part of that I think is that there are generally a lot of moving parts…
SSR  css  coding  reactjs 
12 weeks ago
React Server Side Rendering (SSR) with Express and CSS Modules
I was learning React Server Side Rendering (SSR) recently. Lots of tutorials have so many new libraries and have a large codebase. I often had trouble learning from them. They throw in everything and…
reactjs  css  SSR 
12 weeks ago
Creating a Simple Responsive HTML Email
In this tutorial I will show you how to create a simple responsive HTML email which will work in every email client, including all the new smartphone mail clients and apps. It uses minimal media...
email  newsletters  webdev  css  coding 
12 weeks ago
Menu "Hamburger" Icon Animations
Many folks use these, and their merits can be argued, but for practical purposes, the "Hamburger" icon has familiarity going for it, at the very least....
css  webdev  animation 
12 weeks ago
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