What Happened Last Week - Issue #12
This week: Gaming and Open Source, Hell, Remix and more.
What happened last week
It's wintertime in Poland. This means that night starts around 17:00. For me, it's the most horrible part of the year. Here you can see what my weekend looked like.
Also, I started to watch Orville. It's amazing :) It's a great mix of SF with a bit of comedy.
Open source is democratizing video game development — github.com
Gaming and Open Source are my favorite hobbies. I'm just trying hard to imagine how a AAA game's development process would look if it developed just like a typical Open Source project.
Welcome to hell, Elon — www.theverge.com
In case you missed this - Elon Musk bought Twitter. I'm not his greatest fan and I totally agree with this article. On the other hand, I wonder what will Twitter look like in a year or so. Both as a company and a service.
Shopify just acquired Remix. This is something really huge IMO. I can imagine how Shopify will be able to push hydrogen forward thanks to this.
Advanced Torchlight Integration with Statamic's Bard Field — blog.joe.codes
Joe Tannenbaum wrote a great tutorial showing how to build an extension for Statamic. In this tutorial, Joe integrates Torchlight with Bard.
Acquia Releases Accelerator for Open Source, Headless Drupal CMS — www.acquia.com
When talking about Headless CMS, we rarely talk about Drupal. But this might change soon. Acquia just released the CMS Headless Starter Kit. Can't wait to try it out at some point.
Theatre.js - animation toolbox for the web — www.theatrejs.com
Theatre.js is one of those examples that proves we can do almost anything using the browser and JS. Just take a look at the demo and be amazed.
And how was your week? Did you learn something interesting? Don’t hesitate to press the reply button and share your thoughts.