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SD Times GitHub Project of the Week: Phaser

This week’s featured GitHub project was created with the mantra that building HTML5 games should be just as fun as playing them. Phaser is an open-source 2D game framework for building HTML5 games to run on desktop and mobile browsers. The framework supports Canvas and WebGL rendering, and games can be compiled to Android and … continue reading

SD Times GitHub Project of the Week: Material Design Lite

Google is bringing its popular Material Design UI introduced in Android Lollipop to static websites. Material Design Lite (MDL), this week’s featured GitHub project, lets Web developers add a Material Design look and feel to static content websites. The Material Design implementation includes components of vanilla CSS, HTML and JavaScript, but doesn’t rely on any … continue reading

SD Times GitHub Project of the Week: JavaScript in one picture

This week’s featured GitHub project doesn’t need much of an introduction. Originally devised as a way to note basic JavaScript concepts and syntax, JavaScript in one pic is an overview of the JavaScript programming language and a breakdown of its syntax. The project’s goals include adding more details to the diagram spanning functions, arrays, object-oriented … continue reading

SD Times GitHub Project of the Week: 4, the emoji programming language

Emojis are taking over. They’re already edging out text as the alpha dog of SMS messaging, and now members of the 4chan image board are aiming to supplant code with the tiny emoticons as well. According to FourMan, the mysterious developer behind 4, the programming language aims to be easy to use and made up … continue reading

SD Times GitHub Proposal of the Week: A .NET Core image-processing library

We usually spend Friday mornings telling you about a new or unique open-source project gaining steam on GitHub, but this week we came across a fascinating proposal from Microsoft for a cross-platform server-side image manipulation library in .NET Core—and it’s all being prototyped by interns. The proposal, posted by Microsoft intern Kendra Havens (along with … continue reading

The Linux Code of Conflict, the TechHire Initiative, and Wikimedia’s lawsuit against the NSA—SD Times news digest: March 10, 2015

Linus Torvalds wants Linux developers to play nicer. The Linux creator has proposed a small kernel patch called the Code of Conflict, providing discourse guidelines for the kernel community and laying out mediation steps if anyone feels threatened. “The Linux kernel development effort is a very personal process compared to ‘traditional’ ways of developing software,” … continue reading

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