Tech Articles

This page (and its sub-pages) had been used to keep a running list of the technical articles I wrote on sites by other publishers. I write somewhat regularly, and have failed to keep this up to date the last few years. Internet Search engines, however, can find most of them on a number of sites.

The following are some of the articles and blurbs I’ve written on other sites, generally around technology:

All articles:

So, Can You Name Ten Different Browsers Used in 2018?

December, 2018 –
Can you name 10 web browsers currently in use? Browsers that remain popular and those which are ‘up and coming’? Jot down your list, then see if you got them all!

Ten Basic Things Every Web Developer Should Know

December, 2018 –
You should know these ten things if you plan to build a web site, no matter what your technical level is!

Displaying Basic Scalable Shapes on Your Web Pages with SVG

December, 2018 –
One of the issues with images on your Web site is that when you try to scale the page or display it on different devices, the image can become dithered or malformed. Learn how to use scalable vector graphics (SVG) to avoid this issue.

Modifying CSS Width Attributes with jScript So It Works!

December, 2018 –
Many people to to dynamically change the width of HTML tags and fail to have it work. Learn the right way

Unity Game Programming: Normalizing Game Speed Across Devices

December 5, 2018 –
When you play a game, you want it to be responsive. Additionally, you want the game to respond similarly regardless of the hardware you are using.

Virtual Reality 101: Creating a Basic Playing Arena in Unity

November 5, 2018 –
When you start building a Virtual Reality or 3D game, you generally will start with a world or a room. In either case, you need to build a bounding area, including a floor or ground. If you are building a room or a play area, you’ll also want to build bounding walls. In this article, you will learn how to create a play area or room in Unity.

Virtual Reality 101: Building an Android VR App

September 28, 2018 –
If you are an existing developer, building your first Virtual Reality app can be relatively easy if you grab the right tools. In this article, you’ll get a quick start towards building a VR app that will run on an Android phone.

Virtual Reality 101: Understanding the Types of Lighting

So You Want a Floating or Pop-up Window

How to Get 10,000 Pageviews in a Week