Web Designer Issue 276

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Published 26th June

Augmented Reality is no stranger to the web, but it’s only now that it is really taking hold. There are no major standards to follow, but everything is evolving — and fast. Google are on board with their Android and iOS browsers and Jerome Etienne is making fast and efficient Augmented Reality on the web a reality with his AR.js library.
With browser support helping to complete the WebAR picture, now is a great time to think of creating your very own AR app. And, this is exactly what our latest lead feature has to offer. Find out how to create custom markers and build your app with AR.js. Get ready to impress.

Elsewhere we head back to one of web design’s staples, CSS. We love CSS. This time it’s CSS preprocessors. Sass is at the forefront, and we take a closer look at what it can do for you. But, it’s not the only option for powering up your CSS. We weigh up the pros and cons of seven alternatives and help you decide which one is the best for you.

Looking to create native iOS and Android apps with JavaScript? Then NativeScript 4 could be what you need. Take a look at the latest new features and find out what they can do for you.

Plus, check out how to use the latest Google Analytics updates, style React with Fela, and quickly create custom elements with Stencil.js.