Using WebXR With Babylon.js

Immersive experiences, especially those governed by mixed reality (XR), which encompasses both augmented and virtual reality, are quickly gaining new attention among developers and architects interested in reaching users and customers in novel ways. For many years, the lack of adoption of mixed reality experiences came down to hardware — too expensive and unwieldy —…

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Meet the GetFeedback platform: A modern approach to customer experience management

To say that the pandemic has drastically changed how businesses operate and compete is an understatement. As a customer experience professional, you’ve learned that you need to quickly adapt your programs to meet customers’ evolving needs. In fact, agility is the key for business survival amid the pandemic. According to the recent GetFeedback and SurveyMonkey…

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Master TypeScript in 50 Short Lessons

Every other day, one of your team members makes a case for switching from “chaotic” JavaScript to “sane” TypeScript. Maybe you rely on not-very-well-understood JavaScript libraries, or you have a large number of contributors, or the code base is difficult to maintain. The reasons are always similar, but so is the hesitance from the team.…

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Introducing Framer Motion

In this article, we’ll take a closer look at how Framer Motion helps us in creating awesome animations. We’ll learn how motion components work and learn how to chain animations together. We’ll look into how to make gesture-triggered, timed, and scroll animations with Framer motion. Along the way, we’ll use the things we learn to…

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Getting Started With Next.js

Lately, Next.js has termed itself The React Framework for Production, and with such bold claim comes a bevy of features that it offers to help you take your React websites from zero to production. These features would matter less if Next.js isn’t relatively easy to learn, and while the numerous features might mean more things…

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Developing For The Semantic Web

In July the Wikimedia Foundation announced Abstract Wikipedia, an attempt to markup knowledge that is language-independent. In many respects, this is the culmination of decades of buildup, during which the dream of a Semantic Web has never quite taken off, but never quite disappeared either. As a matter of fact the Semantic Web is growing,…

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