As usual, this weekly digital resources post covers topics like web development, webdesign and User Experience. Besides, you get also some links about video games engines libraries.
Continue reading Weekly digital resources #34: web development, webdesign, video games
Five is a balanced number to provide you with some useful links for our weekly digital resources post, what do you think of it? IoT, CSS and Moodle are on the agenda this time.
Continue reading Weekly digital resources #33: IoT, CSS and Moodle
This post about digital resources is eclectic because it deals with five different topics: prototyping, CSS, Social Media, Digital Marketing and Chrome browser.
Continue reading Weekly digital resources #32: prototyping, CSS and Social Media
Although I barely write about SQL on this blog, Stephanie from the WhoIsHostingThis company draws my attention to a post where she offers a bunch of useful resources about SQL.
Have a look especially to the ‘SQL Language Reference’ and ‘Tutorials’ sections which are fundamentals to deal with databases management.
Br writing this, it reminds me that some month ago I gave a link to comparison between RDBMS and NoSQL. There is a scheme that worth reading it.
Either you are beginner or advanced user with CSS, using sometimes an online free editor can spare you much time and effort. This is especially true when it comes to get very fine-tuned style, that you cannot find in other websites or forums, even if they are full of up-to-date and relevant resources like Stackoverflow.
In this short post, you find two useful online tools to get quickly the exact CSS styles you are looking for.
Continue reading Two quick and easy steps to create your own CSS styles
I think this weekly digital resources post has never been so eclectic in its content: the role of attention in eLearning, design, User Experience, usability and web development. So everybody should find an interesting link that fits to her or his concern.
Continue reading Weekly digital resources #31: role of attention in eLearning
This week I provide only four links, however your appetite to learn should be fully satiated… At least for the quality of the content, and also for the quantity of knowledge. And more important, for all opportunities it gives: think about personal projects, career move or improvement, …
Continue reading Weekly digital resources #30: HTML, CSS and UX
This weekly bunch of digital resources targets one topic: mobile application development with HTML5.
Continue reading Weekly digital resources #28: HTML5 for mobile apps
This weekly digital resources post highlights a very relevant cornerstone in web development: the Web Components. Enjoy learning about this thanks to an easy, clear and fun introduction by @chriscoyier.
The codecondo blog introduces some basic guidelines about SEO via these 20 Things You Should Do to Help With SEO Before Making Your Site Live.
To tackle with the ever increasing mobile content consumption, the GAFA companies implement their own technology. On the codeable.io blog, Matteo Duo introduces how to embed the Facebook Instant Articles in a WordPress blog.
Even if Microsoft Word seems out-dated compared to all these new services and apps that flourish everyday, we all agree that we keep using it almost everyday. So, a short tip about how to quickly insert an horizontal line may be useful:
- Place the cursor where you want to insert the horizontal line
- Type – (hyphens) three times
- Type ‘Enter’
(Do not look for how to do the same by menu, this could be very long. This is the point of this shortcut).