Collective #802

Dec 29, 2023


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Welcome to Collective #802

This week served as a gentle nudge to embrace a slower pace. The holiday vibes are floating around, and many hardworking devs and designers are rightly taking some well-deserved time off. It does mean, though, that the usual whirlwind of writing, coding, and publishing has taken a bit of a snooze 😉

Hence, there was no Collective this Monday, and there will be only one more to wrap up the year next Thursday.

Wishing you the coziest of holidays! Remember to take it slow—sometimes, just kick back, hit play, and enjoy the show!

Happy reading!

Website of the Week

Mita’s website has an overall sexy look with modern details. The scrollable “timeline” is very interesting and transmits an immersive feel. Our pick this week.

Standout Web Design Picks

The Kintone Developer Program provides a seamless tutorial for integrating ESP8266 with Kintone’s web database, making IoT integration a breeze!

Try it now 👉

Video Vault

Demo Corner

From our blog

❓Did you know that…

…the world’s first computer mouse was made of wood? In 1964, Doug Engelbart created the prototype, featuring a bulky design with two potentiometers perpendicular to each other and connected to wheels. The rotation of each wheel translated into motion along one axis, earning it the nickname “mouse” due to its tail-like cable. A far cry from the sleek mice we use today!

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