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Why We Rebuilt Our HTML5 Game In Unity

When our HTML5 game Numolition was nearly done, we decided to throw it all away and rebuild it in Unity. That turned out to be an exciting and valuable experience, and one that I thought would be worth sharing with other Web developers. Come in, the water’s warm! Last year, we released a mobile game named Quento . It was written entirely in HTML5, wrapped in our proprietary PhoneGap alternative and launched ...

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Rebuilding An HTML5 Game In Unity

When our HTML5 game Numolition was nearly done, we decided to throw it all away and rebuild it in Unity. That turned out to be an exciting and valuable experience, and one that I thought would be worth sharing with other Web developers. Come in, the water’s warm! Last year, we released a mobile game named Quento . It was written entirely in HTML5, wrapped in our proprietary PhoneGap alternative and launched ...

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Easier Visual Data in the Browser With Variance Charts

Today, we will be diving into Variance Charts ; a unique JavaScript based "grammer of graphics" which provides an abstract, declarative markup style to create what would otherwise be fairly complex charts. Variance Charts sits somewhere between D3.js and HighCharts , providing flexibility while retaining an approachable syntax. Using Variance Charts does not rely on deeper knowledge of JavaScript. Let's tak ...

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Building Beautiful Books and Exercises with GitBook

Advertise here via BSA GitBook is a command line tool (and Node.js library) for building beautiful programming books and exercises using GitHub/Git and Markdown . A book can contain interactive exercises. An exercise is a code challenge provided to the reader, which is given a code editor to write a solution which is checked against the book author’s validation code. GitBook supports building books written ...

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10 Killer Free Web Resources from DealFuel

Advertise here via BSA Like designing? Or already a Pro? You are sure to find this useful. Here is a collection of 10 awesome freebies for your next design projects. Whether you’re looking for “plug and play” visual content, a beautiful textures, or some icons, you’re bound to find new favorite free web design resources on this list. Quality is essential if you’re to maintain a professional finish. Fortunat ...

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How to Improve Your Photoshop Workflow With CSSHat and PNGHat

What You'll Be Creating During this tutorial I'm going to walk you through the process of creating sophisticated web element styling in Photoshop, but without employing a single image file in your finished website. When we're done, you'll have a single page layout with all the UI elements you see in the preview image above, using nothing but CSS3, Base64 code and font icons. By creating a "no image" design ...

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How to Improve Your Photoshop Workflow With CSSHat and PNGHat

What You'll Be Creating During this tutorial I'm going to walk you through the process of creating sophisticated web element styling in Photoshop, but without employing a single image file in your finished website. When we're done, you'll have a single page layout with all the UI elements you see in the preview image above, using nothing but CSS3, Base64 code and font icons. By creating a "no image" design ...

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Cache Invalidation Strategies With Varnish Cache

Phil Karlton once said, “There are only two hard things in Computer Science: cache invalidation and naming things.” This article is about the harder of these two: cache invalidation . It’s directed at readers who already work with Varnish Cache. To learn more about it, you’ll find background information in “ Speed Up Your Mobile Website With Varnish .” 10 microseconds (or 250 milliseconds) : That’s the diff ...

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