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Tag Archive: CSS3

  1. Dive into Flexbox – Bocoup

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    Flexbox is a new layout mode in CSS3 that is designed for the more sophisticated needs of the modern web. This article will describe the newly-stablized Flexbox syntax in technical detail. Browser support is going to grow quickly, so you’ll be ahead of the game when support is wide enough for Flexbox to be practical. Read on if you want to know what it does and how it works!

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  2. Turn.js: Make a flipbook with HTML5

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    Turn.js is a JavaScript library that will make your content look like a real book or magazine using all the advantages of HTML5. The web is getting beautiful with new user interfaces based in HTML5; turn.js is the best fit for a magazine, book or catalog based in HTML5.

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  3. LungoJS – Mobile Framework… and stuff.

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    Meet the first Mobile Framework that uses the actual features of HTML5, CSS3 and JavaScript.

    The Core Features include
    Make Apps for iOS, Android & Blackberry devices.
    Leverages the capabilities of current mobile devices.
    Easy implementation of HTML5 features like WebSQL, Orientation, Connection and more…
    Capture touch events like swipe, tap, doubletap…
    Easy to extend with Sugars to sweeten your apps.
    Fully customizable design.
    Distribute Apps in Mobile Stores or in websites.

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  4. Bricss – box-shadow vs filter: drop-shadow

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    Have you ever wanted a box-shadow that followed the shape of an element, including generated content, like a tooltip with an arrow? Or you wanted a box-shadow to take transparent parts of a .png into account? That’s exactly what filter: drop-shadow() does. It has the exact same syntax as the box-shadow property, except that inset drop-shadows are not supported (yet?).

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  5. Stylus

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    If you want an expressive css language for nodejs with these features or the features listed below, head over toGitHub for more information.

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