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Collective #705

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Awwwards Conference

Three exciting days with some of the most influential speakers of the industry, who inspire, teach, and guide us as we face the many challenges and opportunities which lie ahead in the future of the web.

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Canvas + Text

Paul Henschel made a demo that shows how to form self-contained components with their own state and user interaction.

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Rhea

Rhea is a geometry-shader based grass for Unity's Universal Render Pipeline (URP).

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Color Morph

Randomly generate beautiful mesh gradients, export them as an SVG or copy the generated CSS code into your project.

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Bionic Reading

An amazing project: Bionic Reading revises texts so that the most concise parts of words are highlighted which enables faster, more efficient reading.

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PWA Resources

A curated collection of resources to learn about Progressive Web Apps. Also, a super cool site design.

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Building a Vaporwave scene with Three.js

A step-by-step tutorial documenting Maxime Heckel's attempt at reverse-engineering the vaporwave WebGL scene from the Linear 2021 release page using only fundamental concepts of Three.js like textures, lights, animations, and post-processing effects.

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Tao of Node

Alex Kondov summarizes the set of principles that he has established for building Node applications.

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Coolify

Version 2 of the amazing open-source and self-hostable Heroku/Netlify alternative.

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