Around the Web - 20170421
Brett M. Nelson - Friday, April 21, 2017
And now for somethings to read over the weekend, if you have some spare time that is.
Why Running 237km in Sahara and Being a Salesforce Dev is Exactly the Same
Lets start it off with this. Nick ran 237 km through Sahara over 6-7 days. That's almost 150 miles for people like me who don't metric so well. Great read on comparisons too. I may have troubles with #7 sometimes.
Augmented Reality in 10 Lines of HTML
Augmented Reality is the the hot new, and by new I mean well Facebook demoed some progress on it this past week and Hololens by Microsoft has been out for a but now. So now you can make you can make an AR html app in 10, yes 10!, lines of code! Take a look if you don't believe me.
Mini.css is a "minimal, responsive, style-agnostic CSS framework". It is rather small in size, 7KB gzipped, and has what looks like most of the CSS features that would be needed to have as a base for styling a site.
How I built a responsive & semantic "Contact Me" page in under 16KB
There seems to be a theme this week with size. So why not checkout this contact page done in under 16KB gziped! That's like smaller than a business card.
SWCO 2017: 10 THINGS WE LEARNED FROM THE STAR WARS: THE LAST JEDI PANEL
Till Next Week
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