The timing function is a bit of a hidden gem when it comes to CSS animation, and you could well be surprised by just how much you can do with it.
Louis Lazaris shares quite a few interesting CSS facts that could be new to you.
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Articles & Tutorials
Michaël Villar explains how to create animation that will make things clearer, connect users’ actions to consequences, change their perception of time, and most importantly, delight your user.
Victor Garcia shares his workflow for making tedious task of creating HTML emails easier.
In this screencast Val Head shows an easy way to implement CSS animations as Progressive Enhancement to avoid issues in browsers that don’t support CSS animations.
Welch Canavan gives a rundown of the strengths and weaknesses of various Styleguide Generators.
A very nice and detailed introduction into CSS preprocessors by Paul Underwood.
Did you know that descendants of the element that has ‘visiblity: hidden’ will be visible if they have ‘visibility: visible’?
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Bryce Johnson created a very nice interactive tour that will help you wrap your head around flexbox.
A small, but useful, app to browse through which is what in CSS terminology.
Oleg Solomka demonstrates how can SVG be used to create brilliant and complex animations.
Until next Week