According to DOM level 4 specs, which is the current version in development, there are some new handy mutation methods available:
CSS 3D transforms are just awesome. I’ve seen before some cool and inspiring implementations in the wild and still I can’t believe I didn’t had the chance to write an article on this topic ’til now.
So, what’s the idea for this article? Let’s say you own a blog, I was thinking about having a nice looking 3D folding list that contains the main social buttons and when people reach at the end of an article, the initial folded list would smoothly unfold. This could be helpful if you want to draw users’ attention, something like: “Hey, did you like my article? Connect with me!”.
The New Year is coming and I have wrote this short post to thank you all sincerely for reading my articles. I think I should say it more often as well.
Unless you’ve lived under a rock lately, I’m sure you’ve heard of Sublime Text 2 and most likely that’s your favorite code editor.
In the past I used some other code editors like Komodo Edit or Aptana Studio, but now I use Sublime Text 2 on a daily basis and I’m pretty happy with it. It’s lightweight, easy to use and has a modern UI look. But by far, the best feature is the ability to extend its functionality with plugins, a.k.a packages.
The other day, while working on a web project, I had to emphasize somehow a dynamic notification bubble. Basically, every time the notification value changes, a visual effect was needed in order to get user’s attention. So I made that using CSS3 keyframe animation.