A brilliant in-depth introduction to CSS Shapes by Sara Soueidan.
Modern browsers can animate four things really cheaply: position, scale, rotation and opacity. If you animate anything else, it’s at your own risk, and the chances are you’re not going to hit a silky smooth 60fps.
Kirupa Chinnathambi deconstructed a pretty sweet wobble effect that you can see on iOS when you have an ability to rearrange icons.
Jordan Moore looks at luminosity media queries and explores how can they be useful and/or annoying.
Working with media queries is a lot nicer with Sass. You can even nest Media Queries within other blocks of CSS. Chris Coyier will tell you more about it.
Dudley Storey compiled a very handy list of CSS measurements which will help you decide when to use which CSS unit.
David Walsh shows how to effectively handle ltr and rtl support with a little help from CSS preprocessors.
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Pattern Lab is a collection of tools to help create and maintain atomic design systems.
Quite nice experimental loading spinner built with Sass. It works in most modern browsers, and for older browsers an animated gif is provided as a fallback.
Until next week