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HTML5 Video: Understanding Compression and DRM

In a previous tutorial , I gave a high-level overview of HTML5 video and many of the transport standards that we can use. In this tutorial—the second in a series on using Azure Media Services to create and consume HTML5 video—I’ll cover the way we can ingest our content using a video recording tool, as well as ways to encrypt or protect our video so that only viewers with permission can view it. Finally, we ...

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Essential Tools, Resources, and Services for Designers

With so many WordPress themes, page builders, and other design aids and services on the market, it can be difficult for a web designer to know where to turn when in need of a new tool, an additional resource, or a different design approach. Some of the products and services listed here are ideal for general use. Others are excellent choices for designing websites or apps intended to serve a unique or dedica ...

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Essential Tools, Resources, and Services for Designers

With so many WordPress themes, page builders, and other design aids and services on the market, it can be difficult for a web designer to know where to turn when in need of a new tool, an additional resource, or a different design approach. Some of the products and services listed here are ideal for general use. Others are excellent choices for designing websites or apps intended to serve a unique or dedica ...

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Update: What’s New in Ghost Themes

Since our original Ghost theme creation tutorial series was published in late 2013, a lot  of new changes have gone through the theming API. There are some new requirements for themes, a few things that are deprecated, and a great big stack of new helpers, contexts, templates and added features. In this tutorial we’ll take “UberTheme”, the theme that was completed in lesson six of the series, update it to c ...

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Bonsai.js – An Intuitive Graphics API and SVG Renderer

Bonsai is a lightweight graphics library with an intuitive graphics API and an SVG renderer. Bonsai’s main features include: Architecturally separated runner and renderer, iFrame, Worker and Node running contexts, Shapes, Paths, Assets (Videos, Images, Fonts, SubMovies), Keyframe and regular animation (easing functions too), Shape/path morphing and much more… Requirements: JavaScript Framework Demo: http:// ...

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Building a Slider with Metafizzy’s Flickity

Flickity is a JavaScript slider library, built by David DeSandro of Metafizzy fame. It’s optimized for touch gestures, performance, and includes things like physics-based animation. In this tutorial we’ll get it up and running, then examine some extra features it brings to the table. Let’s go! The Task Let’s imagine that we've been asked, by a fictitious online learning company, to implement a slider on the ...

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HTTP Status Codes in 60 Seconds

When browsers send requests to servers, they receive in return HTTP status codes. Here’s an overview of those codes, in 60 seconds! A Bit More Detail Learn more about HTTP on Tuts+. HTTP Headers for Dummies HTTP Succinctly tutorial series A Look at the WordPress HTTP API tutorial series 60 seconds?! This is part of a  new series  of quick video tutorials on Tuts+. We’re aiming to introduce a range of subjec ...

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FontForge – Open Source Font Editor

Type design is visually complex as well as highly technical – however it is easier to begin making type now than ever, partly because of the availability of free tools like FontForge . FontForge is a free (libre) font editor for Windows, Mac OS X and GNU+Linux. Use it to create, edit and convert fonts in OpenType, TrueType, UFO, CID-keyed, Multiple Master, and many other formats. While being a handy tool wi ...

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