A hilarious side of CSS that I never knew. After reading all the “cards”, I can say that CSS coding has a new meaning for me!
I agree that there are a lot of things no one tells to beginners, but there are things like emotions, situations, people etc. that one has to experience on its own, in order to understand advices coming from “experts”. I don’t consider myself an “expert” and maybe this is why I see such a huge difference on how I value certain advices now and how I did 10 years ago.
While designing my blog, I needed a way to showcase some of my web projects and I ended up making some flat browser mockups and used them as frames for my portfolio screenshots. Dribbble and Google have tons of free browser PSD files but I wanted something closer to my blog’s style. Strangely enough, for the past few months I received more than a dozen of emails from people asking me if I could share the browsers I’ve made. So I figured that if I shared the file with 12 people why not add it to my freebies list. …
Even though it’s only a preview supporting just two languages, it’s quite impressive! I can see this in a few years being the next must-have feature for other VoIP or chat related services. But for now, for those interested in giving this a try read Microsoft’s blog post about it and head over to the sign-up page… if you’re using Windows 8.1!
So this is the future of creative applications Adobe is envisioning… WOW! I don’t know how far are we from getting our hands on the above, but I am blown away. Of course, the video is all about Microsoft devices, but I’m guessing the real surprise would be what they’ll do with iPads and iPhones.