Chainable modifiers are an extension to the popular BEM syntax and provide us with the ability to configure a module in the HTML with a short, concise syntax.
An interesting article on how to create various types of (animated) fills and strokes for text using different techniques including CSS and SVG.
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Animations in your web app should run at 60fps. Not always easy to achieve that, and it really depends on what you’re trying to do, but Paul Lewis is here to help. With FLIP (First, Last, Invert, Play) approach to animations.
This article introduces the philosophy and syntax of uilang. It starts with a simple example to get you comfortable with the basics, before moving to more exciting things.
Donovan Hutchinson looks at a way you can use animation to better introduce list items on a page.
Hugo Giraudel discusses why he’s slowly moved away from Compass and favored other tools for speed and ease.
Jackie Balzer explains how to take care of your Sass codebase: how to use your modular Sass to create style guides, other tools to maintain code consistency, and ways to keep your team up-to-date on coding standards and guidelines.
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