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WebGL: The Future of 3D Web Applications
Open Graph: What is it and How is it Shaping the Web
The web is continually becoming a more social habitat. It’s getting to the point where brands and their social media are all but indiscernible. The Open Graph Protocol is what gave rise to this capability, and now it’s being used in more ways and by more websites than we’ve ever seen before.
5 Successful Location-Based Mobile Marketing Campaigns and What You can Learn from Them
As mobile devices become increasingly popular, their uses and capabilities grow—often growing beyond the scope of their initial intended purpose. For marketers, this means using embedded components such as Wi-Fi and Bluetooth radios, Near Field Communication, and Global Positioning Systems as new ways to analyze buyers’ decisions.
CSS Preprocessors: What Are They and What Can They Do?
When I found out about CSS Preprocessors, I was a very curious and a little skeptical. What is a CSS Preprocessor? Which CSS Preprocessors are most common? What can a Preprocessor do? What are the disadvantages of CSS Preprocessors? All of these questions are addressed in this article.