Daniel Jeffries’ seventh part of a very insightful series of articles on learning AI. This one is about the “Magic of Natural Language Processing”.
Forget trying to make sense of splotchy Heat Maps — FullStory Click Maps show exactly where users click and how they interact with your pages.
The A to Z of famous landing pages from quite a while ago. By Leszek Zawadzki.
Talk or sing with your fingers using this interactive articulatory speech synthesizer. Best tried on a multi-touch device. Made by Neil Thapen.
A little dashboard that tells you cute things while you are using the terminal. By Monica Dinculescu.
Adrian Roworth shows the power of CSS Grid by creating this fun pure CSS crossword puzzle.
An interesting experiment to alter default cursor behavior. By Javier Bórquez.
Louis Hoebregts’ second tutorial on how to build tunnel animations with Three.js.
A design sprint is a five-phase framework that helps answer critical business questions through rapid prototyping and user testing. By Google.
A noteworthy statement of why the online magazine GroundUp stopped using Google Ads.
Learn RegEx or freshen up your knowledge with this helpful tutorial by Brandon Morelli.
React Move allows to animate elements easily and it comes with lots of useful features.
Another helpful tool for using CSS Grid properties. By Ali Alaa.
Tal Kol updates his example he used to illustrate React Native’s performance and shows some exciting new API.
Ponzu is an open-source HTTP server framework and CMS written in Go. It provides automatic, free, and secure HTTP/2 over TLS.