Design

What You Need to Know About the Latest HTML5 Video

May 28th, 2015
by David Voyles
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Ever wanted to create your own Twitch.tv-like app for livestreaming your work? How about your own YouTube-esque program for playing back your previously recorded video? You might have used Flash, Java, or Silverlight for rich media in the past but with Chrome 42 announcing that that those plug-ins are no longer supported, now is as good a time to go HTML5 as ever. Before...

Inspiration

Back to the Roots: Hand-Made Typography

May 27th, 2015
by Nataly Birch
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Are you sometimes fed up with everything glossy, glassy, gradient-esque, three-dimensional, abstract, surreal – in one word with everything artificial, virtual? Yes? Me too. Now is the perfect time to turn to natural, real and genuine. Simply set your eyes on something organic, something that you can touch, feel and even eat, something that has vibes and evokes warm feelings. Our today’s collection is...

Development

Understanding ECMAScript 6: Template Strings (#2)

May 26th, 2015
by David Catuhe
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Welcome to the second part of my series about ECMAScript 6! One of my favorite new web standards Microsoft Edge, the new browser rendering engine we’re creating at Microsoft, is the extensive support it offers for ECMAScript 6. So I wrote this series to walk you through some of the cool things you can do with ECMAScript 6 when writing large applications for the...

Themes

20 Fresh and Free WordPress Themes: May 2015

May 25th, 2015
by Juan Pablo Sarmiento
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I know I am a junkie. I can’t get enough of WordPress themes! And I know it’s the same with lots of you, so I went to every corner of the web looking for the coolest themes for your websites. There’s one for pretty much any kind of website – photography, e-commerce, super minimal design, and more. So go ahead and give your WordPress...

Business Online

Fair Pay for Authors: Post Pay Counter for WordPress

May 24th, 2015
by Andreas Hecht
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Post Pay Counter for WordPress

Need a solution to pay authors on a WordPress multi-author blog by certain criteria? The Post Pay Counter plugin might be what you’re looking for. This plugin allows the administrator of a multi-author website to customize the basic configuration and choose from various payment options. There’s a free and a PRO version, which I’d like to introduce to you today. The Post Pay Counter...

Business Online

Online Marketing Basics #6: Introduction to Email Marketing

May 23rd, 2015
by Noupe Editorial Team
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The sixth part of our series on Online Marketing Basics deals with email marketing. We will discuss its main aspects and how to do it. Furthermore, we explain some regional legal aspects that come in handy if you want to do a campaign in Europe. Email marketing is by definition very appealing – after all, this marketing tool gets you right into the inbox...

Design

Stitches: Free CSS Sprite Generator

May 22nd, 2015
by Denis Potschien
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As we know, less files to download mean better loading performance and page reproduction. Therefore, icons and other images, particularly small images, are often combined into a sprite. A sprite is a collection of several images put into one image file. Creating a sprite manually requires some work. The images are arranged in an image file and their position, width, and height need to be...

Development

JavaScript: Using Closure Space to Create Real Private Members

May 21st, 2015
by David Catuhe
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I recently developed Angular Cloud Data Connector, which enables Angular developers to use cloud data, specifically Azure mobile service, using web standards like indexed DB. I was trying to create a way for JavaScript developers to embed private members into an object. My technique for this specific case is to use what I call “closure space”. In this tutorial, I want to share with...

Essentials

20+ Fresh Free Templates in HTML/CSS and PSD plus GUI Packs (May 2015)

May 20th, 2015
by Juan Pablo Sarmiento
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The fifth iteration of our monthly series waits for you to be explored. If you’re a web designer reading this, you’re in for a treat. We just put together our latest collection of fresh resources to build websites through templates and amazing UI kits, plus a little bonus. Free some space on your hard drive and enjoy these neat freebies. One important information before...

Development

JavaScript: Improve Performance Analysis Results with User Marks

May 19th, 2015
by David Catuhe
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When working on advanced JavaScript code, like a 3D engine, you may ask yourself what you can do to optimize, and how much time you should spend in some specific pieces of code. In this tutorial, I will share several tools that provide insight into how your code is performing, and show you how to make the most of user marks in the memory...

Deals & Giveaways

Deal of the Week: 150+ Vintage Logos and Photo Mock-Ups at 80 Percent Discount

May 18th, 2015
by Noupe Editorial Team
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Are you in need of a heavy load of icons to fill up your stock? If so, you will love this Mighty Deal, packed with a double dose of awesomeness. First up is a fantastic collection of 96 vintage logos, which are simple to edit and scalable in size. In addition to those high-quality, professional logos, badges and labels, you’ll also get a fantastic photo...

Boilerplates & Other Tools

WebAnimator Plus: Sophisticated HTML5 Animations Made Easy

May 18th, 2015
by Denis Potschien
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Not too long ago, Flash was an established element of the web. Did you need anything related to animation, you were more or less doomed to use it. Of course Flash was the top dog – the alpha male – and alternatives didn’t exist. But that was only one-half of its success. The second half was its ease of use. Flash videos were created...