Noupe Editorial Team

  • Not Up For Creative Cloud? 10 Professional Alternatives to Photoshop CC

    Photoshop CC is no longer for sale. You can only rent it and pay a monthly fee to be allowed to use it. This does not appeal to everybody and I personally know more former Photoshop users who reject that licensing model than those who embrace it. As I was a regular updater anyway, the new mode of operation saves me money. But I can understand all those who only updated every three or four versions and would now have to shell out a lot more money than before. All of these will be eager to find a valid alternative to Photoshop CC. We took a look at ten of the best competitors…



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  • HTML, CSS, PSD and More: 22 Free Design Resources from December 2013

    Design resources are great in many ways. Some of us might just use them as they are, building their next project upon them. Others simply take them as an inspiration to create their own. All of us collect these resources. There’s no denying, we are hunter-gatherers. In the face of this fact we’ve put together yet another set stuffed with HTML, CSS and PSD templates and added the best UI kits. Bring it to the fireplace and hear everyone whoop with joy.



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  • 20 Inspiring Free WordPress Themes To Start Anew in 2014

    Christmas and New Year have been and gone. If reshaping your WordPress site is one of your New Year’s resolutions, the following article is for you. The following themes have all been created between December 2013 and today, thus can be called the freshest there are. 17 of our 20 newcomers work fully responsive, a trend that has been on the rise for quite a while now. Also growing is the amount of themes which are based on Bootstrap, retina-ready or working with Google Fonts. We are sure you’ll find your next blog layout among the following. All these themes are free, though some have commercial variants available. We stated that where applicable…



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  • From Scratch: Writing a 3D Soft Engine 3/6

    In the previous tutorial, we learned how to draw lines and triangles. We really started to see the 3D side of our meshes, thanks to this wireframe rendering. But we’ve only displayed a cube… And even a simple cube already has 12 faces! Are we going to be forced to handle ourselves all the faces for more complex objects this way? Hopefully not.



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  • Special Times: 18 Free WordPress Themes from November 2013 to Keep You Warm

    Christmas is approaching fast. Is your blog still in that summer dress? We told you early enough to change that before winter breaks in. I don’t know what the weather is over at your spot of the globe. Over here we still have a little time to get our blogs winterproof. These themes we dug up lately will come in handy to achieve that. They were not specifically styled for the festive season, though. So they will still look good after New Year’s Day.



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  • HTML, CSS, PSD and More: 25 Free Design Resources from November 2013

    Hello world! Another month has passed and here we are, back again with another collection of the most awesome fresh and free design resources we were able to dig up. We’ve put together a set stuffed with HTML, CSS and PSD templates and added the best UI kits. One important information before you read on: All the following elements are freely usable, though some will require a registration to download.



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  • From Scratch: Writing a 3D Soft Engine 2/6

    Now that we have built the core of our 3D engine along the lines of our previous tutorial #1, we will now work on enhancing the rendering. The next step is then to connect the dots to draw some lines in order to render what you probably know as a “wireframe” rendering. In today’s tutorial, you will learn how to draw lines, what a face is and how cool is the Bresenham algorithm to draw some triangles.



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  • From Scratch: Writing a 3D Soft Engine 1/6

    I’d to like to share with you how I’ve learned to build what’s known as a “3D soft engine” through a series of tutorials. “Software engine” means that we will use only the CPU to build a 3D engine in an old school way (remember Doom on your 80386 ?).



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  • HTML5: Using IndexedDB with WebGL and Babylon.JS

    In this article, I’d like to share everything I’ve been learning while developing the support for IndexedDB inside our 3D WebGL Babylon.JS game engine. Indeed, since 1.4.x, we’re now supporting storing & loading the JSON scenes containing our 3d meshes and their .PNG or .JPG textures as blobs from IndexedDB.



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  • Fall Cleaning: 20 Free WordPress Themes from October 2013 to Brush the Dust Off Your Website

    This is the season where nature gets more colorful than during any other time of the year. Before things get white, cold and – well – colorless, nature takes a stand. Why don’t you, too? Your site could well need a little dusting. We know you’ve been promising that to yourself many times throughout the year. Do it like nature does, prepare your blog, magazine, whatever you maintain, for winter tristesse.



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