Deals & Giveaways

Deal of the Week: Millions of Radically Priced Stock Photos

July 31st, 2015
by Noupe Editorial Team
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Today’s Deal of the Week is one that has been before and before and before. Each time Mighty Deals closes it, customers flood their inboxes demanding to bring it back. So, by public demand, here it is again. Grab yourself some stock material by DepositPhotos before you’ll have to wait for the next iteration of that deal. And you can never be sure that...

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Boilerplates & Other Tools

WebDev: How to Grunt and Gulp Your Way to Workflow Automation

July 31st, 2015
by Etienne Margraff
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When you are new to front-end development and start mastering HTML5, CSS and JavaScript, the obvious next step is to put your hands on tools that most developers use to stay sane in this complex space. You too deserve to have more flexibility and...

Development

True Gaming Experience: Going Full Throttle with the Gamepad API in Microsoft Flight Simulator Arcade

July 30th, 2015
by Robby Ingebretsen
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Gaming on the Web has come a long way with HTML5 technologies like Canvas, WebGL, and WebAudio. It’s now possible to produce high-fidelity graphics and sound within the browser. However, to provide a true gaming experience, you need input devices designed for gaming. The...

Business Online

Online Marketing Basics #10: The Pros and Cons of Online Coupon Campaigns

July 29th, 2015
by Noupe Editorial Team
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Digital coupons are the online cousins of the tried and tested discount stamps. Both work the same way. But instead of scissors to cut them out you just use the copy-paste function. In this part of our online marketing series, we will show you...

Business Online

Three Technical SEO Basics You Should Keep in Mind

July 24th, 2015
by Andreas Hecht
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A good Google ranking is essential for the success of a website. In the past years, we’ve witnessed continuous updates in the Google algorithm that brought several SEO changes. Three technical requirements for websites have emerged since the “Hummingbird” update you should take into...

Development

Vorlon.js: How to Create a Plug-in to Test Your JavaScript Remotely

July 23rd, 2015
by Etienne Margraff
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During the keynote at the recent //BUILD 2015 conference, our team at Microsoft released Vorlon.js, a tool to debug your website. Vorlon.js is mainly composed of a dashboard which displays data coming from your site. To make it work, you only have to reference...

Business Online

Online Marketing Basics #9: How to Make the Most Out of Banner Ads

July 22nd, 2015
by Noupe Editorial Team
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Banner ads have been around for quite a while. In fact, in internet terms, they have been with us forever, the first ones starting to appear in the mid-90s. Advertising banners are specific areas on a website where ads are placed, just like print...

Design

How we Created Dynamic Sound with the Web Audio API in Microsoft Flight Simulator Arcade

July 21st, 2015
by Robby Ingebretsen
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Before the Web Audio API, HTML5 gave us the <audio> element. It might seem hard to remember now, but prior to the <audio> element, our best option for sound in a browser was a plugin! The <audio> element was, indeed, exciting but it had...

Inspiration

Test the Limits: Delicious Typography

July 20th, 2015
by Nataly Birch
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Although in general we understand that the larger part of jaw-dropping posters that owe a wow factor to an incredible typography are artificial and made in some advanced image editors, yet there are still mind-blowing letterings that look so delicious, mouth-watering and realistic that doubts creep in...

Design

User Experience Design: How to Do it Right

July 17th, 2015
by Andreas Hecht
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We know that the customer is always right. However, this motto is often neglected costing website operators a lot of money that could have been better spent. No matter what industry your company is in, the customer should come first in each marketing strategy....

Development

Creating Realistic Terrain with WebGL and Babylon.JS for Microsoft Flight Simulator Arcade

July 16th, 2015
by Robby Ingebretsen
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The first version of Flight Simulator shipped in 1980 for the Apple II and, amazingly, it was in 3D! That was a remarkable achievement. It’s even more amazing when you consider that all of the 3D was done by hand, the result of meticulous...

Deals & Giveaways

Deal of the Week: Meet the Mullers, a Friendly Font Family You’ll Love

July 15th, 2015
by Dieter Petereit
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This typeface family is not only professional and highly legible. During our Deal of the Week it is also extremely price-worthy. Meet the Muller Font Family. Composed of 20 different fonts, Muller sports 10 Uprights and 10 Italics with weights ranging from Hairline to Heavy....