Archive for the ‘Other Script Languages’ Category

Hologram: Free Mac App For a Smooth Start With WebVR

Posted on: No Comments
Freelancers that make their money off customer projects have little time for new technologies. With Hologram, you can get a sneak peek at WebVR, without losing entire monthly incomes in the process. Hologram is a native app for macOS and is as such use...

Responsive SVG: What’s Possible, and What Isn’t?

Posted on: No Comments
Responsive layouts are indispensable in web design. On the one hand, there are ever-shrinking displays on smartphones, and on the other hand, there’s the size increase of desktop displays. Between that, there are phablets, tablets, as well as net...

Better Positioning and Transforming With Nested SVG

Posted on: No Comments
The creation of SVG graphics is pretty straightforward. If you know HTML, you’ll be able to handle the SVG syntax quickly. However, there are a couple of small, but relevant differences between HTML and SVG regarding the positioning of SVG shapes...

Why You Should Embed SVG Inline

Posted on: No Comments
Those working with SVG graphics have multiple options to embed them into an HTML document. Aside from using it as a classic image file via the “<img>” element, SVG can also be implemented via “<object>” or “<...

Animated SVG with Adobe Animate and Snap.SVG

Posted on: No Comments
With Animate CC, Adobe finally sounded the bell to the end of Flash. While the renamed animation program still supports Flash, it has moved its main focus towards HTML5 and WebGL. Now, for each new project, you decide whether you want to create an anim...

SVG in Responsive Webdesign: Pros and Cons

Posted on: No Comments
The SVG format has plenty of advantages over other image formats for the web. It’s vector-based, compact, and even editable via plain text editors thanks to the XML syntax. There’s a reason why it’s becoming increasingly more popular,...