Welcome to the internet’s best weekly series on design, front-end A.I and everything else that we are interested in.
Starting with the release of -
Android O, we are certainly excited about all the features that this packs and are eagerly waiting to see this in our phones in an year or two.
Firefox Focus, the lightweight browser, also released for iOS and Android.
Let’s continue with mobile,
Native mobile apps with Vue.js: Weex or NativeScript? to find whether Weex or NativeScript Provides better native experience for Vue.js.
Native Directory, a curated list of React Native libraries to help you build your projects.
Now to the Back-end and General programming,
Functional Programming Jargon, Explains jargon from the functional programming world in simple terms!
Build a simple Telegram Bot with Node.js, Easily make a telegram bot with node little programming skills.
10 Ways to Keep Your Programming Skills Sharp Between Jobs, good to always stay sharp.
And check out PullRequest
deeplearn.js, a hardware-accelerated machine intelligence library for the web
Desktop Kit, Sketch Template of UI Elements Found in macOS.
A quick beginner’s guide to drawing, Control your hand
Pointy Papers, A collection of free to download, minimalist wallpapers.
And the last and best, Front-End Development:
So you need a CSS utility library? by Chris Coyier
Inside a super fast CSS engine, Quantum CSS (aka Stylo)
Maintainble CSS, always a good idea.
Increase your web development skill-set, 150 animated tips on Chrome DevTools
Other Useful Resources:
Awesome Linux Software, A list of awesome applications, softwares, tools and other materials for Linux distros
Rendertron, A dockerized, headless Chrome rendering solution
Gtop, System monitoring dashboard for terminal
Marko, A friendly (and fast!) UI library from eBay
That’s it for this week, will meet you next week’s round-up series