This post is part of a weekly series featuring the latest buzz around the Spry Hive.
“Astronomy compels the soul to look upward, and leads us from this world to another.”
Open source champions Mozilla are applying their own open source principles towards the design of their new identity.
Web Design & Development
randoma11y is an automatic color generator that tests and learns from users’ feedback.
Working with a small budget doesn’t mean that you can’t do good design. It just means you should work smarter.
Here’s a visual companion to what’s new in Bootstrap 4. Items to note are the increased emphasis on panel/card UI and an overhauled grid system.
Snyk scans your GitHub repos for vulnerabilities in your apps, and its now out of beta.
A few cases for why you shouldn’t overlook vertical media queries.
Sometimes indifference or just plain laziness inspires some inventive technology, like this script that informs you when you need to pay attention during a phone conference.
Google has begun testing its quantum computing-era crypto in a select number of Chrome browsers. Talk about being ahead of the curve.
Apple has been awarded a patent for an infrared signal disabling an iPhone’s camera, presumably to prevent concert-goers the ability to record and disrupt neighboring fans experience. We are concerned about more potentially egregious uses of the technology.
Ever wonder how many degrees of separation there are between Mott the Hoople and N.W.A.? We did, thanks to the Six Degrees Of Music Separation app, and the answer is 2!
Juno has safely arrived to Jupiter’s upper atmosphere after some slick maneuvering by NASA engineers and it’s catching some interesting movements of Jupiter’s Galilean moons.
Ain’t no clap like a VIKING CLAP. This is how Iceland welcomed home their soccer team that made it to the quarter-finals of the European Championships.
Hope that you all had a restful Fourth of July. See you next week for some more Spry Hive!