Welcome to issue #65. This week I spent a great deal of time refining and editing some screencast episodes for my current series titled “How to Design and Code a Product Landing Page. Be sure to check the videos section of the blog and/or subscribe to my YouTube channel to get notified of each new video!
I also had a chance to write about my current state of development skills within an article titled ”Making the Leap To Ruby on Rails“. I wanted to find a framework that can take my development skills to the next level. I explain why I chose Ruby on Rails in the article amongst many of the other options there out right now.
I’ve come to a point in my career where my knowledge of web development has hit a plateau. I, like many front end developers, are probably used to working with WordPress or something similar building marketing based sites without real user based functionality. We know enough to be deadly but take to Google almost religiously when something pops up we have no idea how to do.
Welcome to part 2 of my new screencast series titled “How to design and code a product landing page”. If you missed part 1 be sure to watch it first so you don’t miss a beat! I don’t have an anticipated post schedule but I am trying to author these at a more rapid rate going forward.
Easily add high-quality animation to any native app. Lottie is an iOS, Android, and React Native library that renders After Effects animations in real time, allowing apps to use animations as easily as they use static images.
My favourite Mac app icons are simple enough to be easily read in the Dock, yet they contain interesting details when viewed up close. They have large vibrant areas of colour, yet they contain enough contrast and shading to give them a sense of volume.