Aug 30

A Week in Review N.03

Sat, 08/30/2014 - 15:24 — julie

Envato Roundup

Collis announced on Monday our new support plans for ThemeForest and CodeCanyon, and followed it up on Wednesday with a second post to answer your forum questions.
Tuts+ this week launched the Tuts+ Translation Project, and they’ve already published almost 200 translations in more than a dozen languages!
Envato Studio introduced their new affiliate program.
We announced some fresh and forthcoming changes to music licensing, which we’ll be launching in the next few weeks.
Dan Michael was interviewed on wpContent this week, discussing the work he does as the Envato Elite Program Manager.
This weeks Envato Stories featured Rizki Ratria (r4pro).

The Design Community

Heather Burns has this week talked about how some e-commerce dark patterns are now illegal in the UK.
Erik Spiekermann admits to being obsessive about his work, but refuses to be classified as weird and unusual.
Would you like to quickly learn something new? How about reading the ins and outs of Google PageSpeed Insights.
We published a handy round-up of addons & plugins for extending Bootstrap.
According to Wired, Instagram’s new Hyperlapse app is like a’$15,000 video setup in your hand‘.
Sani Yusuf, for Tuts+, published a fantastic tutorial on creating your first app for Windows Phone 8.
Here is a useful list of must-watch videos about CSS from Matt Smith.
Medium’s CSS is apparently ‘pretty f***** good.‘!
Just in case you didn’t know, Twitter Analytics is now available to everyone!
Don’t forget, WordPress 4.0 is less than a week away.

Resources Worth Exploring

Slap is a ‘Sublime-like’ terminal-based editor with the aim of making editing from the terminal that little bit easier.
Timesheet.js is a JavaScript library for creating simple HTML5 & CSS3 time sheets.
D3 based, C3.js is a customizable and easy-to-use library that enables deeper integration of charts into web applications.
Hoverlytics is a useful Chrome Extension that allows you to view the analytics for your website’s pages, simply by hovering over their links.

…and finally…

A Single Div is a fun project to see how much can actually be accomplished with CSS. Every single drawing on the page consists of a single HTML element and, of course, CSS. Amazing stuff!

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