May the 4th be with you


This year, I celebrate May the 4th by recreating the Binary Sunset scene, from Episode IV, using html, css and svg. You can check it out at Tatooine.live.

So far site works properly only on Chrome. On other browsers there are some performance issues and glitches. For those who uses browsers other than Chrome I prepared YouTube clip.

Enjoy and happy Star Wars day!

Weekly digest - 2018.11


This week Apple announced that this year WWDC will run from June 4 to June 8 in San Jose, California. We are definitely going to get iOS 12 and new macOS 10.14. It was rumored that Apple is focusing on bug fixes instead of new features. Personally, I'm hoping for those rumors to be true.

On the other side of barricade, Google decided to change the name of Android Wear to Wear OS by Google.

In the meantime, Marvel drops new Infinity War trailer.

As usual, here is list of interesting articles.

Building a Progressive Quiz App with Vue, Vuex, and Firestore: Part 1
This article explains how to create simple quiz app using Vue.js and Google's Firestore database.

An in-depth introduction to Docker on AWS
Every developer heard about Docker. But it doesn't mean they know how it works. This article explains it all - what the Docker is, how it works and how to use it with AWS.

How we launched our first MVP in one month
We live in times when startups releases their products all time. Sometimes they succeed, sometimes they fail miserably. From this article you will learn what went wrong in failed project, and what went right so author could finally launch successful product.

Things you need to know about working with SVG in VS Code
VS Code become one of the most popular code editors. If don't using it, you should at least check it out.
If you are using it and you work with SVG this article is for you.


Image credits: Apple.