Building a new Win 3.1 app in 2019 Part 1: Slack client
Dear fellow devs, i just started out developing audio plugins and planning on starting a business with that. Since a few days i am sleeping bad because i found out that distributing VST2 PlugIns will be illegal for me as i didn’t sign a license agreement with Steinberg before October 2018. This would be a major drawback for any new business trying to sell audio plugins, since one of the most used DAW (and my beloved favourite) didn’t support VST2 until recently in their current major version. ...
We did it! How a comment on HackerNews lead to 4 ½ new Unicode characters
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A list of things (not only) computer science students tend to erroneously and at times surprisingly believe even though they (probably) should know better.
Font hinting is an opportunity to get on-screen text rendering as close to the art of printing as the available screen technologies allow.
When I have written my article for Trandoshan [/building-fast-modern-web-crawler/] I didn't expect so much positive feedback. More than 15k views on the article, hundred stars on the Github repository... I am very happy about it. My first plan was to stop the development right after 1.0.0 was working and the article was published in order to move on new project(s). But despite of that I have had several cool features in mind. Since the project seems to interest some people I have decided to im
Many devices now support an operating system wide dark mode or dark theme experience. This post explains how dark mode can be supported on web pages, lists best practices, and introduces a custom element named dark-mode-toggle that allows web developers to offer users a way to override their operating system level preference on specific web pages.
New Experimental Console Features
Demuxed | Ep. #8, VideoLAN with Jean-Baptiste Kempf | Heavybit
SpeedScript is a word processor originally printed as a type-in machine language listing in 1984-85 issues of Compute! and Compute!'s Gazette magazines. Approximately 5 KB in length, it provided many of the same features as commercial word processing packages of the early 8-bit era, such as PaperClip and Bank Street Writer. Versions were published for the Apple II, Commodore 64 and 128, Atari 8-bit family, VIC-20, and for MS-DOS. Versions In April 1983 Compute! published Scriptor, a word processor written by staff writer Charles Brannon in BASIC and assembly language, as a type-in program for the Atari 8-bit family. In January 1984 version 1.0 of his new word processor SpeedScript appeared in Compute!'s Gazette for the Commodore 64 and VIC-20. 1.1 appeared in Compute!'s Second Book of Commodore 64, 2.0 on Gazette Disk in May 1984, and 3.0 in Compute! in March and April 1985. Corrections that updated 3.0 to 3.1 appeared in May 1985, and the full version appeared in a book published by Compute!, SpeedScript: The Word Processor for the Commodore 64 and VIC-20. A 3.2 update...
Mostly software: Rust, machine learning, and P2P systems. Previously, games and cocktails.
1983 *ALL RAM* BBS ported to Arduino from BASIC
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