A lot of people currently using task managers like Gulp. Most of them are confronted with the same problem of a huge
gulpfile.js. I had the same problem and started searching for a solution. After a not so long search I found a post by Eric Brehault. His solution for me still had one downside: re-usability of the same task.
Welcome to part 2 of the beat the sound module post. In the first post we took a look at creating the context, getting your sound, creating a buffer and play the sound. This part we will take a look at adding effects and panning. The result will be a sound module which you can use for many purposes.
<audio>-tag. While attending a MeetUp in Utrecht, Peter Peerdeman told in his pitch about DDP. After the pitch I was thinking about some possibilities where and how I could use this protocol. After about 5 minutes, pretty quick I think, my good ‘ol Beatmachine came to my mind. I thought about how cool it would be to make music with multiple persons at once.
Just had a great workshop today about Responsive Design given by Frances de Waal. She teached and told us aspecialy about the basics, which is pretty refreshing after you’re used in using framworks for most of the time. During the workshop there’s a part about responsive typography and using the vw unit for heading sizing. We were wondering if we could use this in a way to not have to use any media-query.
An easy to use simple drummachine.
Small python script for creating screenshots with multiple dimensions of different pages in once.
The “Social Buttons” is a small extension to insert ‘Social’ buttons in your templates.