This Friday our showcase consists of the freshest and useful tutorials and articles for web developers that we have collected here in order to save your precious time and make your workflow more fun and easy!
A tutorial on how to implement the circular progress button concept by Colin Garven. We are using the SVG line drawing animation technique as described by Jake Archibald to animate the circular progress and provide a success and error state to indicate the final status.
A proof-of-concept effect recreation of the animation seen in a prototype app by Marcus Eckert. The idea is to flip a grid item in 3D, expand it to fullscreen and reveal some associated content. We’ve created two demos with a vertical and a horizontal rotation.
Some inspiration and ideas for item transitions considering different scenarios and use cases, including a small component, a full-width image header and a product image with a transparent background. State transitions are done using CSS Animations.
A set of simple stack effects for inspiration. The main idea is to have one item shown initially and then, on some trigger, more items are revealed as decoration. As seen in image grids or on scroll websites as creative effect.
Some inspiration for a morphing button concept where the action element (button) morphs into a component. The examples show different types of components, i.e. fullscreen overlay, modal window, sidebar and more.
Designing a logo that stems from pure inspiration and yet manages to be both accurate and truly representative of your clients needs, is one of the most difficult tasks in the world of art and design.
In this tutorial, I will show you step-by-step how to animate a SVG (Scalable Vector Graphic) icon using CSS. This tutorial will give you valuable insight for using SVG as your preferred graphic format. Also, you can improve the UI and UX of your web applications by incorporating subtle animations into your SVG’s.
An object, in the CSS world, is basically a set of rules to apply, a repeating visual pattern. DoCSS for example defines a “media” object. It represents some rules applied to the image and text inside a block in order to create a specific look.
Google Chrome is the most widely used browser, and for good reason: it’s fast, reliable, has a great set of developer tools and to top it all off, it has literally hundreds of extensions in the Google Store you can take advantage of.
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