Halfway through each month, our newsletter for developers: The Dev Times, brings three reads that our own developers found interesting on the web, and two Transloadit updates that may interest you.

Dark mode on a website with CSS

We have gone full circle with dark mode. At the dawn of personal computing, dark mode wasn't a matter of choice, but a matter of fact. Monochrome CRT monitors, after all, came with with black screens and displayed text in green. Fortunately, those times are gone. Working with and supporting dark mode is now fun and opens up new design avenues. For some of your visitors, it could mean the difference between not being able to handle your site and being a happy user. There are some pitfalls and careful testing is still required, but dark mode is definitely a great opportunity to show that you care about all of your users. Learn more. ›

Interactive Paycard - Made with Vue.js

Vue-interactive-paycard is a great credit card form with smooth and sweet micro-interactions. It includes number formatting, validation and automatic card type recognition. The form was built with Vue.js and is fully responsive. Treat yourself to the "VIP" among credit card forms! Check it out. ›

Saasify - Monetize your OSS projects

Time to earn some passive income! Do you absolutely love working on open source, but it’s not paying the bills? If so, the team at Saasify may have the solution to your problem: they have announced the launch of a marketplace for serverless APIs. All you have to do is write a standard TypeScript function and deploy your project to AWS. You will collect 80% of all revenue your API generates via Stripe Connect, while Saasify takes care of all Bizdev, marketing and support requests. This keeps you free to focus your efforts on building even more great open source projects. Read more. ›

Showcase of the new faces parameter for the /image/facedetect Robot

Our new technical writer Charlie showcases the latest addition to our /image/facedetect Robot: the faces parameter. This parameter gives you more options and much better control when selecting faces in images. Check out this post to learn more about the Robot and its newly added parameter, and find out about all the nifty things you can do with it. Learn more! ›

Automatically burn logos into videos as they’re added to Google Drive

We were approached by food delivery giant Deliveroo, who asked us if it was possible with Transloadit to monitor a folder in their Google Drive and automatically “burn” a logo into newly added files. We were happy to report that with our Zapier integration, you can do exactly that. We also thought this might be interesting to others, so we decided to write a general how-to guide. Roll up your sleeves and follow along! Check it out! ›