Get started with WebAssembly through this simple hands-on tutorial that assumes only general knowledge in web development. The only tools you’ll need to get a taste of Wasm through runnable code examples are a code editor, any modern browser, and a Docker container with toolchains for C and Rust that comes with the article.
This looks promising for the future of Ruby.
Meet Ruby Next, the first transpiler for Ruby that allows you to use the latest language features, including the experimental ones, today—without the stress of a project-wide version upgrade. Read the story behind the gem, discover its inner workings, and see how it can help in pushing Ruby into the future.
Looking for inspiration to improve the look and feel of your product? Take clues from popular video games to create engaging user experiences for web and mobile.
Wow, I was a bit skeptical of this article from the headline alone, but it has some superb insights in to game-inspired design interactions we can build in to our apps.