Here is a quick example of how to create a responsive HTML email using tables, inline css and a media query. Remember testing is key, HTML emails when created for maximum compatibility require a lot of testing and do take considerable time to create. Guide for when building your emails: - No background images - Tables only - Table background cells colors are allowed, images are not - Inline css for everything first then do the modern stuff later - Try not to use exotic fonts, if you have to convert them to images, if they have to be text warn your client that the email simply wont work in everything - Test, test some more, then test again - Then using a testing service such as email on acid or litmus
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In this video I show you how to create: 1. A ICO Sphere 2. How to bevel a hexagon lattice onto the ICO Sphere (CTRL+SHIFT+B) 3. How to split the newly created lattice or select all (A) and edge split the whole ICO Sphere 4. How to split each ICO Sphere section into their own objects 5. How to scale the split objects from origin
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This is a basic example of how to setup a BabylonJS 2.x scene. In this video I will show setting up the Babylon scene, camera & engine, as well as attaching an Earth and Sky (Sphere's) with textures. BABYLON.Scene, BABYLON.Engine, BABYLON.DirectionalLight, BABYLON.Color3, BABYLON.Vector3, BABYLON.Mesh.CreateSphere, BABYLON.StandardMaterial (diffuseTexture), BABYLON.StandardMaterial (opacityTexture) There could be stutters during the video for some reason the monster known as PHPStorm was taking 1.5GB of RAM and pausing every once in a while.
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This is a tutorial/example of how to setup a basic WebGL scene using ThreeJS from MrDoob (https://github.com/mrdoob/three.js/). In this video I will example / demonstrate how to: 1. Setup a basic ThreeJS scene. 2. Setup a orbit and trackball camera controllers. 3. Add the Grid Helper. 4. Add a Sphere and Cube/Box primitive 5. Add Basic, Phong and wireframe mode materials and apply them with modification of specular / shine / light reflect 6. Add directional and ambient lights 7. Animate a scene object via the render loop
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Google Duplex - Google I/O 2018 Google's assistant (Google Duplex) can now make over the phone bookings on your behalf... Could this be the end of those annoying call centers?
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XYPlorer - Scripting Buttons This is a very quick tutorial on how to Open VSCode (or any application you wish) at the active folder path in XYPlorer. The code I used in the video can be found at: https://gist.github.com/DarceyLloyd/18a8d25b3bf131a5f6e192ace6e75126
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