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  1. Surfin' Safari - Blog Archive » Introducing the WebKit FTL JIT

    This post describes a new advancement in JavaScript optimization: the WebKit project has unified its existing JavaScript compilation infrastructure with the state-of-the-art LLVM optimizer. This will allow JavaScript programs to leverage sophisticated optimizations that were previously only available to native applications written in languages like C++ or Objective-C.

    means blazing fast js apps coming to webkit. yay

  2. Realistic terrain in 130 lines

    As programmers, we love to build things, and what could be more exciting than building a world? Minecraft, Terragen, Skyrim, and every flight simulator ever all use some sort of fractal terrain generation. Today we’ll explore the beautifully simple diamond-square algorithm so you, too can play God.

  3. Design Code: Learn iOS design and Xcode

    Storyboard is simple enough for designers to understand.

  4. Easy Node Authentication: Setup and Local

    Authentication and logins in Node can be a complicated thing. Actually logging in for any application can be a pain. This article series will deal with authenticating in your Node application using the package Passport.

    user sign up / log in the node way

  5. The best short introduction to Web-Components i could find is by Rob Dodson. Very straight forward without going into too much detail.

  6. (Quelle: areover, via parislemon)

  7. App Links - Link to what you want, wherever you are.

    AppLinks

    It’s an open, cross-platform solution for app-to-app linking that gives you the tools you need to expose deep links in your app or to link out to others. App Links is free. It’s open source. It’s easy to implement. And it’s going to make mobile linking a whole lot easier for developers.

  8. What Comes Next Is The Future

    Future is Next

    What Comes Next Is the Future is the definitive documentary about the web, as told by the people who build it each day.

  9. Avocode – Preview and inspect PSDs without Photoshop.

    Avocode

    If you hate Photoshop (or Adobe in general) as i do, then you probably use it only if a client sends a (totally shiny) App/Web Layout as a psd file. Avocode tries to save you´re money with a service where you can open psd files without photoshop (and more). Worth a look. (currently beta)

  10. JavaScript Promises ... In Wicked Detail - Matt Greer

    I’ve been using promises in my JavaScript code for a while now. They can be a little brain bending at first. I now use them pretty effectively, but when it came down to it, I didn’t fully understand how they work. This article is my resolution to that. If you stick around until the end, you should understand promises well too.

  11. Over the last months i canceled as many accounts as possible. Facebook, Google, Instagram etc. Im really sick of all these services and how their business models work. So im back on self hosted solutions (btsync + uberpace) or old services like flickr that are around for ages.

In the future i try to switch from twitter & tumblr to a self hosted feed with plain good old rss or some solution i come up with. The romantic easypeasy free web2.0 service thing is over for me.

I think the future lies between the blockchain and/or p2p mesh networks. We just need the right tools.

    Over the last months i canceled as many accounts as possible. Facebook, Google, Instagram etc. Im really sick of all these services and how their business models work. So im back on self hosted solutions (btsync + uberpace) or old services like flickr that are around for ages.

    In the future i try to switch from twitter & tumblr to a self hosted feed with plain good old rss or some solution i come up with. The romantic easypeasy free web2.0 service thing is over for me.

    I think the future lies between the blockchain and/or p2p mesh networks. We just need the right tools.

  12. Typewolf → Typography Inspiration for the Modern Web

    TypeWolf

    Web Fonts in the Wild + Font Recommendations!

  13. If you don´t know what React exactly does, this is a very short (8min) introduction to the basics. If you want more, here is Part2

  14. Powerbook

    Powerbook

    (via rekall)

  15. Macaw: The Code-Savvy Web Design Tool

    MACAW

    This could be the beginning of the end of coding.

    macaw 1.0 is out. Not the usual “paint your code” app. The rendered code & css looks very clean and optimized. You can also create components from your designed elements and drag them in later. You can try a trial version or buy the thing for $179. mac/win