You may not know this, but Mozilla (the place that makes Firefox) has a ton of free resources for folks looking to break into code, build apps, learn front-end design, or just looking to up their GIF game.
Beyond the resources page, which I have found invaluable, they have a set of tools which is a must bookmark.
Some of the tools I have saved include:
- X-Ray Goggles. Learning to code? See the building blocks that make the internet work. Just a programmer looking to see live changes to your website? Use the tool to remix elements with a click -- swapping in images, text, and more.
- Thimble. Create and share your own pages in HTML and CSS. It can even host and share your projects.
- Popcorn Maker. This is the one you are waiting for (probably). You can use it to make GIFs! But you can also remix video, audio, and images with its easy-to-use interface.
- Appmaker. I haven’t used this one myself, but it is a free tool for creating mobile apps that allows you to do so without knowing how to code.
Thursday, August 21, 2014
TA: Improve your internet skill with these tips from NOI
Your internet game just leveled up: