Max Vujovic explores how browsers handle CSS Animations and CSS Transitions, and explains how to figure out whether an animation is likely to perform well — before writing any code.
Paul Lewis demonstrates how to give your UI some depth with awesome 3d effects.
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A curated list of commonly frustrating HTML and CSS quandaries, miscues, and dilemmas by Mark Otto.
Robert Sedovsek shares his preferences regarding formatting CSS in large web applications.
Daniel Imms explains why are CSS Preprocessors here to stay (whether you like it or not).
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A nice set of email components which will work in basically all email clients that currently matter.
A handy tool that can help you run CSS animations with nice effects in a specific order.
A fun little game that will help you learn CSS selectors.
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