Share: Last year two big VR companies: Jaunt and IMAX downsized their VR operations due to cost restraints. However, learning to develop for VR is still a good bet for the coming future. Cheaper headsets and 5G networks will extend VR’s popularity. 2018 ended with a record number of headsets on Steam. The store on Steam can attest to VR’s growing popularity. Currently VR’s popularity
Share:Coding and learning are synonymous.Some tools to help you learn in a slightly different way other than tutorials and reading material. WhatRuns: See what powers a web-app and learn that stack 2. Lobe: Build, train, and ship custom deep learning models using a simple visual interface. Web.dev by Google: web.dev is the ultimate resource for developers of all backgrounds to learn, create, and solve on
Share: ——–/———- work in progress ———-/——– ### Introduction 1. AJAX stands for async JS and XML. 2. Assists in communicating with a browser [receiving and sending data] after a page has loaded. 3. Remains a popular method of communicating with a server from the front end . 4. It enables the sending of data to the server, and receiving a response without the page reloading
Share:For the coding bootcamp where I’m currently an instructor, I decided to create coding worksheets as a quick way to introduce a concept and it’s related syntax before getting into logic. It’s easier for a person learning to get familiar with structure and syntax before getting into the nitty gritty of implementing it a logical part of a bigger codebase/project.
Share:So at the coding bootcamp I did a bit of explaining the concept of var flag/count as a way to track the state of an application. What seems intuitive now, wasn’t always so. I created a “Kanye Says” coding worksheet to explain the concept of true/false, on/off state in code, by using the example of a light bulb that is switched on and off. Any
Share:This comes a month late for 2018 but just in time for 2019! Straight off the bat here is my list for stuff I’ll be diving into this year: Learn: vue.js: More stars than react.js on github and much easier to pick up VR: A-Frame which according to their website is “A web framework for building virtual reality experiences”. I’m waiting to see if Magic