By Jenn Turner

August 3, 2022

Last month on Glitch, the July 2022 edition

If we had to pick one word to describe July 2022 for the Glitch community it would be movement. Regardless of whatever else is going on in the world, the creators keep pushing forward, building apps for loved ones to keep moving through the world, personal economics calculators to keep those numbers flowing, even an app that just bounces around to the delight of everyone who sees it. So take a quick break with us, as we review the new and fascinating contributors from the Glitch community over the past month.

The coolest tools 😎

~relative-fiction by @filipnest uses the Foursquare and OpenWeatherMap APIs to let you create dynamic stories relative to where your reader is, which is really fascinating!

Artistic stuff 🎨

Community classics 🏆

*~stellenbosch-heritage-tree-storymap by @wihan is a storytelling map of “exceptional” trees in Stellenbosch.

Miscellaneous but necessary! 🔮

*~polarized-faint-asparagus by @higashi.k*ota used Flubber for a smooth as butter animation.

Fun and games 🕹

_The project featured in this post’s header image is ~500-breezy-cursors, another new classic by @adarosecannon.