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15 great HTML5 and CSS3 generators HTML5 and CSS3 are great languages to start off learning with, and I’ve always thought that one of the best ways to start learning is to just dive in and manipulate the code. As you could probably tell, this is where generators step in. They are a great way to generate some code, play with it, and learn. Not only that, they are incredibly useful because often times as a developer or designer we find we are doing things over and over again. As an example, I have a text-expander snippet that creates an HTML5 template that I wrote about here. I will say that most of this list is going to focus on CSS3 generators, simply because they are in demand more than HTML5 generators, and we will learn why. CSS3 Generators There is a somewhat negative connotation when it comes to these generators, and I have to say that as a designer and developer there is nothing negative about using one. General Generators This section will focus on generators that take care of the broad spectrum needs and usages.

Modern OpenGL 01 – Getting Started in Xcode, Visual C++, and Linux « Tom Dalling Welcome to the first of a series of articles about modern OpenGL, with a focus on making games. All the code will be open source, and downloadable from github: By the end of this article, you will have a working OpenGL 3.2 project in Visual C++ on Windows, Xcode on OSX, and Linux. The app will have a vertex shader, a fragment shader, and will display a single triangle using a VAO and a VBO. The project will use GLEW to access the OpenGL API, GLFW to handle window creation and input, and GLM for matrix/vector math. Yes, it is a little bit boring, but just getting a project set up correctly can be difficult, especially for beginners. Table of Contents Accessing The Code Download all lessons as a zip from here: All the code in this series of articles is available from github: A Note On Compatibility Visual C++ Setup Instructions Vertex Shaders

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