net November 2019 Issue 325

net November 2019 Issue 325
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Published 3rd October

The internet is rarely lauded as a unifying force these days, at least not without significant shavings of irony heaped on top. Having helped Brexit shake British democracy to its foundations, flooded our consciousness with divisive alt-facts and empowered reactionary voices to silence those they disagree with, the web hardly feels like it has lived up to its remit of bringing us all together.

And yet from #MeToo to Black Lives Matter, there have also been occasions when the internet has brought different voices together, enabling them to speak a single truth. This gives us a glimpse of what the technology can still achieve.

In recognition of this, we’re looking at how you can use the web to present a united front. Joshua Garity shows how to offer a consistent user experience across multiple touch points, whether that’s a desktop PC or smart device. We also look at how PWAs and various native app frameworks stack up when creating write once, run anywhere mobile apps.

Finally, we explore how you can use Husky to standardise TypeScript submissions and how you can embed physics in your 3D sites using ammo.js.