IsoCity – A Isometric City Builder in JavaScript

A simple JavaScript city builder with no simulation at all. No budget, no goals. Just build your tiny city. This would work on a phone, but it wasn’t designed with phones in mind. I especially like that the URL changes while drawing, so your designs are immediately shareable. IsoCity – A isometric city builder in […]

Quieter Permission UI for Notifications coming to Chrome 80

Looking forward to this Chrome 80 feature: To protect notifications as a useful service for users, Chrome 80 will show, under certain conditions, a new, quieter notification permission UI that reduces the interruptiveness of notification permission requests. Immediately after the Chrome 80 release, users will be able to opt-in to the new UI manually in […]

Text Effect Generator

Nice tool to generate custom text effects such as underline, strikethrough, italic, small caps, circles, upside down, etc. The tool does not use custom fonts, but translates your entered text to other UTF-8 code points which have the effect built in β€” πŸ„»πŸ„ΈπŸ„ΊπŸ„΄ πŸ…ƒπŸ„·πŸ„ΈπŸ…‚, πŸ„΅πŸ„ΎπŸ… πŸ„΄πŸ…‡πŸ„°πŸ„ΌπŸ„ΏπŸ„»πŸ„΄ 🚨 Before you go wild with it though, don’t […]

Enterprise React in 2020

Viacheslav Luschinskiy goes over the utils and libraries they use for building React apps. It is the opinionated set of libraries and technical approaches to quickly build scalable enterprise class applications in React. It also comes with the small demo app which can be used as a bootstrap kit. It includes all the mentioned libraries […]

JavaScript File Format Differences: The difference between Generic JavaScript, JavaScript Modules, and CommonJS Modules

There’s the pervarsive notion that all JS is created equal and that there’s only minor and easily detectable differences between the various file formats used to author JavaScript. This is correct, from a certain point of view. Very resourceful Gist which highlights the key differences between Generic JavaScript, JavaScript Modules, and CommonJS Modules! Take the […]

Fundamentals of Hierarchy in Interface Design

Visual hierarchy is the order in which the user process information by importance. In interface design, like in any other form of design, this concept is necessary to be functional at sight. With the correct use of hierarchy, the mind can group and prioritize elements to give them a specific order, which facilitates the understanding […]