An excellent, in-depth course for web developers who want to become CSS magicians by Adam Schwartz.
Joni Trythall explains how steps(), a timing function that allows you to break a CSS animation or transition into segments, works.
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Articles & Tutorials
Harry Roberts explains why you should use agnostic, abstract, OOCSS classes in your markup, but add any desired meaning to your HTML via a data-ui-component attribute.
Vaclovas Vicius gives a couple of nice tips on how to optimize your website to achieve top speed and performance.
Lea Verou explains how she created an animated 3D cube and the beautiful RGB gradients for its 6 sides with SVG.
This article by Trevan Hetzel will help you comprehend OOCSS methodology.
Bear Travis shows how to use CSS Filters to create cool frosting-glass effect.
Kitty Giraudel gives a nice example of when and how can Sass lists actually be useful.
BrowserSync is a tool that enables you to keep multiple browsers & devices in sync.
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