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Tutorials for Learning Google Material Design

Android Lollipop has become the standard method of design for smartphones powered by Google’s OS. This design follows the popular flat techniques to a T with slight drop shadows, but almost no gradients or bevels. It’s an easy technique to master but difficult to gain momentum. These tutorials can teach even a complete novice how to design Android interfaces in Photoshop, Sketch, and Illustrator. Tuts+ Mate ...

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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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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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Making Gradients Easier with LESS Mixins

CSS Gradients have pretty messy syntax, made even worse once you add vendor prefixes. So, in this tutorial, we’re going to make Gradient color generation more intuitive with a LESS Mixin. Our Mixin will cater for three types of CSS gradients, namely  linear ,  radial , and  repeating . We will have a couple of settings to manipulate the gradient output, including the gradient type, the color combination and ...

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Win a Free Session With a Tuts+ Expert

We recently launched Tuts+ Experts , your one-stop shop for individual training! Get your most pressing questions answered by your favorite Tuts+ instructors in a private hour-long session for just $65. What Topics Do They Cover? Our experts have years of experience working and teaching in their fields. They cover everything from design to photography. The following is just a quick taste of the topics you c ...

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Find Image Colors and Create Responsive CSS Gradient

The delay between HTTP objects being requested/recieved leaves a timeframe where a webpage can look incomplete. Inspired by Soundclouds’s use of random gradients, Gradify can analyse an image for the 4 most common colors and create a gradient (or solid color) to act as a placeholder image. Gradify is a module which finds the most prominent colors in any image, and produces a scalable, responsive CSS gradien ...

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Prototyping a Fitness Application with Pixate

What You'll Be Creating In this tutorial, I’ll teach you how to create an animated prototype of your mobile application design. The prototype will look and feel like a real application on your phone; you’ll be able to navigate and scroll through your design, using gestures and custom animations. At the end of this tutorial, you will be able to make an animated prototype version of any application design usi ...

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What You Can Learn From Some of the Web’s Most Creative People

Sometimes we all need a little inspiration. There are days when everything seems too hard, the to-do list seems too long, and the goal we're working towards seems to have disappeared beyond the horizon. On days like that, it can really help to hear some words of wisdom from people who've been through the hard work themselves and come out on the other side. In the "Made By"  YouTube series published by Tuts+ ...

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