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Acidbeat - Sine Confusio - YouTube

by sylvainulg
another mod of the week from the demoscene

Un jour en France - Ces quartiers sous influence salafistes / France Inter

by bouilloire

Autour de la 12e minute :

Je pense que si toutes les femmes du monde, elles seraient voilées, y aurait plus de viols.

Ok, cocotte, donc tu estimes que si la femme se fait violer, c'est parce qu'elle le cherche bien, c'est ça ? Parce que c'est un bout de viande qui montre ses cuisses... Je passe sur le discours autour du diamant qu'il faut cacher chez soi. Pour ce qui est de la religion, c'est amplement discutable, mais il est certain que tu ne portes pas le voile au nom du féminisme et de l'émancipation de la femme.

Button | User-First Mobile Monetization

by sbrothier & 1 other
Button connects your app to leading commerce brands, earns you money, and generates user

21 April 2016

Why You Should Taste Grape – Glauco Custódio – Software engineering, open source, community and passion

by Spone
I know that Rails 5 with --api mode is around the corner. But I need to say you how awesome is to build APIs with Grape. I will show you why. What are the main features we expect from a good API? Parameter validation Parameter coercion Documentation Serialization Performance Versioning Authentication Testing The first four items are the ones in which Grape really shines for me. I am going through one at a time.

Trailblazer: A High-Level Architecture For The Web

by Spone (via)
Trailblazer gives you a high-level architecture for web applications. Logic that used to get violently pressed into MVC is restructured and decoupled from the Rails framework. New abstraction layers like operations, form objects, authorization policies, data twins and view models guide you towards a better architecture. By applying encapsulation and good OOP, Trailblazer maximizes reusability of components, gives you a more intuitive structure for growing applications and adds conventions and best practices on top of Rails' primitive MVC stack. A polymorphic architecture sitting between controller and persistence is designed to handle many different contexts and helps to minimize code to handle various user roles and edge cases.

Push notifications to mobile devices using browser APIs

by sbrothier
This proof of concept walks you through how to send free messages from your server to the browser on both desktop and mobile, without having to install anything on the end user device or computer. It also offers tips and tricks for some common scenarios.

Push Notifications Tutorial: Getting Started

by sbrothier (via)
iOS developers love to imagine users of their awesome app using the app all day, every day. Unfortunately, the cold hard truth is that users will sometimes have to close the app and perform other activities. Laundry doesn’t fold itself, you know :]


by sbrothier (via)
However, you may not want to check Basecamp all the time to look for something new. That's why Basecamp sends notifications to tell you something happened.

Introduction to Service Worker: How to use Service Worker - HTML5 Rocks

by sbrothier
Rich offline experiences, periodic background syncs, push notifications— functionality that would normally require a native application—are coming to the web. Service workers provide the technical foundation that all these features will rely on.

Web push notifications - mobiForge

by sbrothier
Web push notifications are the best thing to hit the web since the hyperlink! No kidding, this technology is going to be huge. Until recently web developers could only dream of push enabled web apps.

Mobile UX Design: What Makes a Good Notification? — UX Planet

by sbrothier (via)
Have you ever paid attention to the number of notifications and alert messages you receive on a daily basis from various apps? How many of those notifications do you actually care about?

Messaging is just getting started - Inside Intercom

by sbrothier
Messaging isn’t about text. It’s about conversations. Here’s why the simplest apps on your phone are quickly becoming the most powerful.

It’s Time For Notifications To Get Smart - Inside Intercom

by sbrothier (via)
My phone buzzed. I was somewhere in Iceland. More than ten miles from my car and any other human being. Holding a phone with a dying battery. I turned it on to check Google Maps.

Design is a conversation - Inside Intercom

by sbrothier (via)
Conversation is such a great way of achieving clarity of thought, even if you’re just talking to yourself.

20 April 2016

ETD - Belrad

by ChriMi
"Tant que les gens vivent sur les territoires pollués par le Cs137, iI faut leur enseigner les mesures de radioprotection à prendre, ainsi que la manière de minimiser la contamination de leur organisme par le Cs137 à travers la consommation des produits alimentaires locaux. "