Håkon Wium Lie proposed CSS on 10 October 1994 — twenty years ago. Bruce Lawson interviewed him about the past, present and future of the Web’s styling language.
Sara Soueidan digs into SMIL Animation specification and gives us this epic Guide to SVG Animations.
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Articles & Tutorials
You’re probably repeating yourself too often in CSS. Jens O. Meiert gives a couple of advices on how to keep your CSS DRY.
Brian Stone explains how exactly CSS specificity works. You should read the article even if you think that yo do know specifics of CSS specificity.
Kezz Bracey gives a short introduction into Kouto Swiss, a fantastic new mixin library for the CSS preprocessor Stylus.
Marc Mintel shares 10 things to consider when writing Sass plugins for public or shared use.
Guil Hernandez demonstrates a couple of cutting-edge CSS features that you’ll be able to use in production pretty soon.
Kouto Swiss is a complete CSS framework for Stylus, inspired by great tools like Nib, Compass and Bourbon.
ProtoTool is a front-end development tool that auto reloads your CSS with basically zero configuration. Also, the tool comes with a pixel perfect mode for mock-up overlay.
This CSS-only iPhone 6 looks almost like a real thing. Heck, it almost looks better than the real thing. Hats off to Fabrizio Bianchi.
Until Next Week