In this talk CJ Gammon discusses rich web experiences and different techniques used to achieve them. He also covers new and upcoming web features and explores how these may change the way we create rich web content in the future.
Louis Lazaris gives a nice overview of CSS3 selectors, which can help you target elements in unique ways.
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Articles & Tutorials
In this screencast Chris Coyier tackles a little front end layout problem that would have been pretty much impossible to solve without flexbox.
Sass mixins and Sass placeholders serve very different purposes and shouldn’t be confused. Kitty Giraudel explains when to use which one of those.
An in-depth introduction into inline-blocks by Christian van Deursen. He not only explains how inline-block elements work, but also sheds some light on the techniques available to negate extra whitespece that appears between them.
You will no longer need to use translateZ hack to trigger hardware acceleration. Namely, a new property will-change is coming, which will handle this in the future.
Lea Verou introduces feature support detection with the simple and elegant @supports rule.
A very nice video introduction to @at-root directive in Sass.
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An excellent, minimalistic, responsive, touch-friendly lightbox that’s compatible with basically all major desktop and mobile browsers.
A Responsive Images approach that you can use today that mimics the proposed srcN syntax.
A cool CSS3 3D experiment showing the conversion of an image into a realistic 3D cuboid on hover.
Until next week