MiniTest is the preferred method of testing in Ruby 1.9.3 and up. Ruby is currently at version 2.1.2, so if you haven’t taken a look at MiniTest just yet, I recommend checking it out. There are some compelling features of …Continue reading →
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High speed photography has a tendency to be messy (broken glass, water and other flying debris) and potentially dangerous (guns, and that flying debris again). However it’s the need for darkness which can prove to be the biggest problem. Having built a high-speed laser trigger, I needed a way of actually using it to take [...]
Navigation is one of the most important parts of any website. Poor navigation can lead to user abandonment and if your website is something that makes you money, that translates into lost income. Follow the steps provided in this tutorial to create basic navigation with CSS. If you are looking to create a navigation drop-down menu with CSS, HTML and ...
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Lists are useful when you want to list your text in a number or bullet style. But you don’t always want to use the default, boring list style. What would look even better is if you use your own image or style instead. Follow the steps provided in this tutorial to put your own image in list item using CSS. ...
You know those shots where a camera is pointing at an out of focus object and then it slowly goes into focus. Sometimes this is done by focus racking (or focus pulling) but sometimes it’s done by actually moving the camera until the object gets inside the depth of field. The secret to doing it [...]
Are you looking for some Adobe Illustrator tutorials on vector designs? If yes, then look no further because in this compilation, we are presenting 40 useful and detailed Adobe Illustrator tutorials on vector design. Adobe Illustrator handles vector designs the way Photoshop does for bitmap graphics. It may seem difficult at the first but it will definitely well worth your effort if you get time to learn Illustrator.
Sometimes, you may want to use more than one background in your page. For example, you may want one background for one paragraph and another background for another paragraph. Follow the steps provided in this tutorial to add more than one background image with CSS. Steps to add more than one background image with CSS 1. First of all, create ...
My brother is a fitness nut. He owns gyms, trains in gyms, and basically lives in them too. If you’ve seen “Pain & Gain” with Mark Wahlberg – he’s kind of like that (minus the psychopathic, hostage-taking shenanigans…). But he’s also a brilliant marketer. And a few years ago he created a system for fillingKeep reading
Note: This feature here requires enabling from the chrome://flags page for it to work. If you have ever used a graphic or photo editor like Photoshop and Pixelmator, you should already be familiar with Blending Modes. Blending Modes is a collection of modes that enables an object to blend with ... Continue reading »
So you loved the layout before it became cool. Well, here’s how to recreate the ideology into a basic layout design that will make you fit in with the hat-scarf-and-oversize glasses-toting culture. Ironically, of course. 1. For your background, use a photo that will occupy the entire screen. Neutral images are preferred. Image source: Hdhqimg.com […]
Shooting aerial footage with a DJI Phantom and a GoPro can be an awesome thing, but while the system takes care of getting the camera in the air and actually capturing some video, it has an inherent flaw which creates a Jello Effect if the rotor vibrates too much. And indeed both the net (and [...]
If you are just starting out your film making career, you must have notice the issue of locations by now. The big players get to pick a location and rent it, or to rebuild it in a studio. If you only have limited budget, your second best option may be to build a set. While [...]
Shooting a bullet in mid air requires a special type of detector to ‘catch’ the bullet in mid air. Usually, a special sensor called a ‘gate sensor’ is used. The trick is a gate sensor is that it can calculate the speed of the bullet and ‘nail’ the shot at the right time. Those are [...]