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Get Started With Foundation for Apps

With the rising popularity of web apps, being a web designer now means you’re fully capable of being a software UI designer.  It’s not just web  sites  we can design with our particular set of skills now, it’s also web  applications , and frameworks like Zurb’s "Foundation for Apps" help to make that possible. In this video tutorial you’ll get ready to produce Foundation Apps by installing and running the s ...

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Atomic – The Fastest Way to Design Beautiful Interactions

As of today anyone can set up an account and start prototyping in seconds. Atomic approaches prototyping in the way designers think: design your different states as separate pages, then create automatic animations between them. Create your designs from scratch in Atomic , or bring your assets in from another drawing tool. Draw Hotspots over elements in your design and link pages together into a prototype. Y ...

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Quick Tip: Add a Formspree Form to Your Static Sites

In this tutorial we’re going to look at a hassle-free way of adding dynamic, flexible forms to your static websites. The Problem Imagine you’ve just created a website using static pages, whether that be with the aid of Jekyll or simply using some HTML files, but you now want to add a contact form. You can link to an online service, install something prebuilt onto your server, or build something from scratch ...

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Take Our Short, Free Course on CSS Pseudo-Elements

On the surface, pseudo-elements seem like nothing more than a utilitarian subset of CSS. In Exploring CSS Pseudo-Elements , however, you will discover that mastering pseudo-elements can really help you take your designs to the next level.  This special short course consists of just nine bite-sized video lessons totalling less than an hour, so you can easily fit it in around your other commitments. And best ...

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New Course: The CSS of the Future

CSS is constantly evolving. In  The CSS of the Future , Tuts+ instructor  Craig Campbell  will walk you through some of the bleeding edge features of CSS to help you remain current and ahead of the field. Some of the features covered may well become mainstream in the near future, while others will likely fade into obscurity. Either way, understanding which CSS selectors, layout modules and filters are being ...

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Create a Responsive Mega Dropdown with Sub-Categories

One of the most challenging part when you’re working on a web projects with lots of content is to make it easy for a user to navigate through this content. One example we can all think of is Amazon: infinite categories, each one with its own sub-categories, that’s why they currently provide an easy-to-access navigation, in the form of a mega-dropdown element on the top-left corner of the page. Codyhouse has ...

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Adds Interactive Programming Challenges to Any Page

Challenger is a drop-in JavaScript library that adds interactive programming challenges to any page . Challenges are flexible and expressive, and are super simple to write. A challenge has requirements based on code structure and program output, and gives users a code editor to experiment in. When new code is written, it’s run in a sandbox and the output is analyzed. Challenges can be presented as one-off t ...

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Create Cross Platform Desktop Applications with Electron

The Electron framework lets you write cross-platform desktop applications using JavaScript, HTML and CSS. It is based on io.js and Chromium and is used in the Atom editor. You can use HTML, CSS, and JavaScript with Chromium and Node.js to build your app.Electron is open source; mantained by GitHub and an active community. Best of all, Electron apps build and run on Mac, Windows, and Linux. Requirements: – D ...

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