In this post we will look at some of the highlights of the Google Material Design language and discuss the reason so many designers are adopting this new revolutionary design language.
Preventing the “works in my dev environment” scenario often times requires creating a Vagrant box to mirror the QA and production environments as closely as possible. RealEyes gives provides some tips and links that we’ve leveraged to create a solid execution of “vagrant up”.
Imagine you get into a car start the engine, touch the acceleration and go from 0 to 60 in the blink of an eye. You then take the wheel to turn right and instead of a smooth turn the car takes an immediate 90 degree turn.
This is how interface design feels without smooth transitions. It works, but it does not feel natural to the user. Animations can give your design the illusion of depth and lifelike motion, creating a more 3D space and giving the user the feeling of being inside the design.
One of my co-workers suggested I look into the HTML5 Canvas as a possible solution. After looking into the canvas element I realized it was not only the perfect solution to my current problem, but it could also be a very useful tool for future projects involving graphical elements that need to changed based on user interaction.
Adobe made some changes to AMS in version 5.0.8. The included Apache server got upgraded to 2.4, and with that came a change to the live packaging of streams. Now you can inject ID3 data into HDS and HLS streams! This article walks through how to.
We’re looking for two junior level technologists to join our small team here in Capitol Hill, Denver, CO and work with us on exciting and cutting edge projects. These two positions are on-site at our RealEyes office and full time.
A couple of weeks ago I was asked to write an Auth Token Generator using AS3 for use in Adobe Flash Player. This script accepts a number of input parameters and outputs a single token url.
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