In true Harry Potter-style, Nathan Gitter has used ARKit to bring newspapers to life: Bringing newspapers to life with #ARKit. 📰📱 Animated weather maps and sports highlights are just the beginning! Built with #ARKit2 on #iOS12. — Nathan Gitter (@nathangitter) June 23, 2018 Neat!
⚠️ Running Valet 2.x in a PHP version lower than 7.1 won’t work, until this issue is resolved. You can still switch to that version for use on the CLI. You just won’t be able to use it with Valet 2.x ℹ️ UPDATE 2018.10.23: Freek has developed some handy aliases to easily switch PHP versions. […]
A Frontend United I was lucky to see Harry Roberts give this talk on CSS and Performance. You can watch it to, as the recording has been published to YouTube Ahh… CSS and performance. Two of my favourite things! But how well do they play together? It depends… In this very matter-of-fact talk, we’ll be […]
TIL: You can move multiple iOS apps at the same time. Tap and hold to start wiggling one, move it a little, then tap other apps to add ‘m to the stack you’re moving. Did this help you out? Like what you see?Consider donating. I don’t run ads on my blog nor do I do […]
Flight Paths is an experiment that transforms your room into a flight path visualization. Touch any horizontal surface and explore as flights take off from JFK or SFO and fly around your space. AR Experiments: Flight Paths →
I really enjoyed Apple’s “Welcome Home” ad for the HomePod, directed by Spike Jonze: Over at AdWeek there’s a behind the scenes video available showing how they made it: In particular, we get immersed in the choreography and the production design. But we also see how other elements came together, like the lighting, music and […]
Patrik Svedberg had been taking photos of a particular and unique tree which he named “The Broccoli Tree”. He posted the photos on an Instagram account dedicated to the tree. And then one day, he noticed something was wrong with the tree. This video by Seth Radley tells the story. To share something is to […]
Wylie Overstreet and Alex Gorosh took a telescope around the streets of LA and invited people to look at the Moon through it. Watching people’s reactions to seeing such a closeup view of the Moon with their own eyes, perhaps for the first time, is really amazing. (via Kottke)
Two years ago the folks at Artsy started working with React Native: We’ve come quite far from where we started, and I was asked if I could give a talk to summerize what we’ve learned in the last 2 years as a set of native developers using React Native. Orta Therox from their team gave […]
Yesterday I spent all day on the React Native Bridge digging deep into what gets sent over. This talk by Rotem Mizrachi-Meidan nicely details why one would want to do that. Next to the basic MessageQueue.spy(), I also used the aforementioned rn-snoopy to get some aggregated stats. A write-up of this video is also available.