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Month: March, 2014

Skin rendition in WebGL

I recently stumbled upon an impressive example of skin rendition using tonemapping as defined by: Tone mapping is a technique used in image processing and computer graphics to map one set of colors to another in order to approximate the appearance of high dynamic range images in a medium that has a more limited dynamic […]

Steve Jobs on the difference between a great idea and a great product

One of the things that really hurt Apple after I left was that John Scully got a very serious disease. And that is the disease of thinking that a really great idea is 90% of the work. And that if you just tell all these other people that “here’s this great idea!”, then of course […]

The Road to Ember Data 1.0

Recently, Tom Dale and Yehuda Katz co-wrote a post regarding the road to Ember Data 1.0. I’ve been an avid user of Ember Data from the very beginning, at least since revision 4 back in the summer of 2012. Much has changed since then, resulting in code frequently breaking and heads frequently aching. But I […]

JSHint for Atom

The web community is buzzing these days due to the release of Atom, the new text editor by GitHub. While Atom reminds heavily of both Sublime Text and Light Table, there are notable differences – especially the packages system. On that note, Sindre Sorhus just released his JSHint for Atom package. It’s a neat addition […]

Express 3.x to 4.0 migration guide

If you’re using Node.js, there’s quite the chance you’re using Express as well. The project has reached the version 4.0 release candidate state, bringing some changes with it – mainly that Connect is no longer a dependency. This means that all Connect functions previously available on the express namespace are no longer available. For a […]

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