Posted on Monday, November 18th, 2013 by Danny Rosenberg
Onextrapixel brings developers and designers news, tutorials, and opinions about the frontier of the web.
The front page of Onextrapixel features a slew of articles, advice, and tutorials tailored to people involved in the web community. There are giveaways of templates and icons to freshen up your monitor. Their “Gallery” section includes a smattering of sites with intriguing and inspiring designs. If you’re in the mood for some fun, check out their listing of developer-focused comics. The appearance of Onextrapixel is bright and inviting, implicitly doing away with the stereotype that engineering is drab and unexciting.
Happy and helpful, Onextrapixel is for curious minds looking get more out of their coffee breaks. The site includes a prominent “Tutorial” section with a wide range of programming topics and languages. A couple of the entries include “LoadingBar.js: Adding a YouTube-Like Loading Bar to Your Website” and “Super Simple Text Rotator with Almost No Effort Required”. As an amateur programmer myself, I can see these tutorials will be useful for adding clever frills to my future sites. Onextrapixel offers a well-rounded blog experience; you leave with a smile on your face and a little more programming acumen in your pocket.