Augmented Reality using AFrame: Tips & Tricks

AFrame is a very cool javascript library which allows you to create Virtual Reality environments completely within the browser. Aframe also combines with AR.js to allow you to create Augmented Reality environments through the use of "markers" or "anchors". Anchors are very similar to simple QR codes which allow AR.js to project shapes onto the … Continue reading Augmented Reality using AFrame: Tips & Tricks

A JavaScript reverse CSS selector

In plain Javascript, you can get a reference to a particular HTML element by using the querySelector method. For example: document.querySelector('div') Will give you a reference to the first "div" that's encountered in the page. Give it a try in DevTools Sample querySelector What if we want to do the reverse? That is, given an … Continue reading A JavaScript reverse CSS selector