Nice set of Google Analytics helper plugins.
Riveted is measuring the amount of time users are actively engaged (e.g., clicking, scrolling, using the keyboard) and then reporting the data to Google Analytics in frequent intervals. GitHub
Scroll Depth is a small Google Analytics plugin that lets you measure how far users are scrolling. GitHub
Screentime is a small tool that helps you start thinking of your website traffic in terms of time instead of hits (pageviews, visits, etc). You can define areas of the page, called Fields, and then Screentime will keep track of how much time each Field is on screen for. GitHub
PNotify @ GitHub
Author: Andrew Angell
IoT is the current buzz word and I will be doing some more tinkering with current solutions this year. I have done projects with Arduino , Raspberry Pi and looking into relayr / Wunderbar right now.
relayr provides a tech stack with Wunderbar, that easily connects included sensors with the cloud. They provide a wide range of API endpoints to collect data and even integrate hardware solutions like Arduino orRaspberry Pi.
“The WunderBar is built for software developers. It is a powerful rapid prototyping and product development tool that enables developers to immediately start creating products and solutions that utilise the Internet of Things, without any prior hardware knowledge. No soldering or electronic engineering experience is needed. Just choose what sensors you need for your project and start coding.”
relayr / Wunderbar
Starterkit should arrive next week …
Angular reaches BETA status. Time to start playing with it … Perfect for the holidays :)
With NativeScript und React Native you will be able to build native Android- und iOS-Apps as well.
Tutorial / GitHub
Some time ago I said: “My perfect framework, is a set of solid singular solutions that have proven themselves over the years. Working solo or together in harmony”.
Here is a list of some of my core components, that I use in combination or standalone.
NOW you can live happily ever after :)
This is basically the core stack that I use to build out ideas :) While Angular is always an option, the above satisfies most of all needs and is often far slimmer. The rest depends on how you organize your code yourself, but at least you are not forced into fixed structures ;)
“Hybridauth enables developers to easily build social applications and tools to engage websites visitors and customers on a social level by implementing social sign-in, social sharing, users profiles, friends list, activities stream, status updates and more.
The main goal of Hybridauth is to act as an abstract API between your application and various social apis and identities providers such as Facebook, Twitter and Google.”
Hybridauth 2.x was the best option for nicely aggregated social logins so far, but some of the social “Providers” are outdated or no longer working. Version 3.0 is still in development, but providing a complete rewrite.
Hybridauth 3.0 Remake @ Github
For Facebook , Twitter and Google+ I still use my own little wrappers, but if you want more this is the way to go in the future :)
Currently refreshing my list of options to document projects and APIs.
I will use this page to keep a list of possible tools & solutions.
Really cool interface to test and debug Regex. The website also includes a nice regex library.
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