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Here they are. Every box I've made in my 52 weeks, 52 boxes challenge. What's that you ask? In attempt to develop my own design aesthetic, I'm made 52 boxes over the course of one year. Want to know more about what it's all about? Read this. Want to know more about one of the boxes? Click the box's picture. Want to to buy one of them? Send me an email. Want to send me a gift basket of rum, beer, and Swedish fish? Please do.
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Holmes - The CSS Markup Detective, which describes itself as "a stand-alone diagnostic CSS stylesheet that can highlight potentially invalid, inaccessible or erroneous HTML(5) markup by adding one class." In addition to highlighting markup issues, Holmes makes clever use of CSS to display messages about the specific issues with the highlighted markup. You can find a full test suite of what Holmes can do here.
The Holmes module includes all the Holmes CSS and does all the work to integrate seamlessly with Drupal, providing accessibility validation at the click of a button. The Holmes module includes the following features:
Permission-based access to Holmes debugging
A simple button to toggle Holmes debugging on any page
Ability to display Holmes debugging information by default on any page using the query parameter holmes-debug=true
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The NovaDrone is a sound and light synth kit collaboration between Casper Electronics and musical collage artist, G. Lucas Crane AKA Nonhorse. It definitely gets our vote for one of the most beautiful PCBs we’ve ever seen. They did a great job of designing it so that the key details of the image are not obscured when the board is fully populated.
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In Drupal 7, there are several REST modules including RESTws and Drupal's RESTful Web Services module which can create a headless environment. A quote from Dave on decoupled Drupal 8. "There are multiple REST implementations for Drupal 7. I have had the most success with the RESTws module. When Drupal 8 launched it included a REST server implementation in core. The community has since discovered the shortcomings of this implementation. There is now a project underway to make Drupal API first. Drupal 8 supports REST, GraphQL, JSON API, CouchDB's replication protocol and other interfaces via contributed modules or in the core product. This allows developers to create interfaces tailored to the business requirements of the project. Drupal's "fried" approach allows the content stored in the CMS to be used in many different scenarios. Businesses are using Drupal today to provide passenger information on cruise ships, content for Amazon Echos, mobile apps and much more."
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Collaboration tools: Make comments, assign tasks to collaborators, set permissions, and seamlessly track progress
Version control: Edit easily, track changes between versions, and roll back to any previous version
Single source of truth: Everyone collaborates on a single, definitive version in the cloud, and nothing is lost—ever
Cloud storage: Never worry about file size or storage
Ardour is an open source, collaborative effort of a worldwide team including musicians, programmers, and professional recording engineers. Development is transparent — anyone can watch our work as it happens. Like a good piece of vintage hardware, you can open the box and look inside. Of course, you don't have to … but one day the fact that anybody can will be useful.
This openness forces a kind of integrity on the project that is hard to find in proprietary software, and helps us to focus on issues and features that matter to our users rather than stuff that just looks good in advertisements.
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This post will help you identify problematic audio, prevent the most common problems and recognize when it’s time to call for help. It’s a great reference guide for anyone who works with audio, from new producers to seasoned veterans. Before you start here, learn how to identify bad audio and take our audio problems quiz.