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JavaScript

  • Flickity
    Building a Slider with Metafizzy’s FlickityFlickity
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    Flickity is a JavaScript slider library, built by David DeSandro of Metafizzy fame. It’s optimized for touch gestures, performance, and includes things like physics-based animation. In this tutorial we’ll get it up and running, then examine some extra features it brings to the table. Let’s go!Read More…
  • Velocity.js
    Silky Smooth Web Animation with Velocity.jsPlay
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    Animation, when thoughtfully applied, can improve website interfaces and, ultimately, the user experience of a website. In this tutorial, we are going to look into VelocityJS, a JavaScript animation engine for fast performance animations.Read More…
  • TimelineMax
    TimelineMax: Getting a Handle on Bézier TweeningGsap 05
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    Plugins for GSAP are great when you need advanced capabilities. The BezierPlugin I’ll be explaining in this tutorial helps animate virtually any property (or properties) along a curved bezier path defined as an array of points/values. Before jumping in we should take a moment to learn what a bezier curve is and where it came from.Read More…
  • JavaScript
    Introducing ScrollMagic 2.0Scrollmagic
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    If you’re desperate to generate beautiful scroll animations in your next project, then look no further. ScrollMagic is a JavaScript library to help you create “magical” scroll interactions which effortlessly react to the user’s current scroll position and trigger animations or synchronized events. ScrollMagic recently underwent some big changes, so here’s a quick walk-through discussing the changes and improvements since its rebirth.Read More…
  • HTML5
    Native Popups and Modals With the HTML5 “dialog” ElementPreview tag dialog
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    Many processes on the web these days require users’ full consent in order to be completed. For example, users may need to remove an account, change their username, or confirm a monetary transaction. Read More…
  • HTML5
    Quick Tip: Using the HTML5 “download” AttributePreview tag download1
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    Creating a download link in HTML is straightforward; add an anchor tag and point to the file within the href attribute. Some file types, however, won’t be downloaded. They, instead, will be opened in the browser. In this case consider using the “download” attribute.Read More…
  • TimelineMax
    TimelineMax: Controlling Playback With addPause()Gsap 04
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    In this tutorial we’ll learn how to control animations, on demand, using a method called addPause(). Ready? Set? … slight pause … Let’s go! Read More…
  • Adobe Illustrator
    Adobe Illustrator’s SVG Interactivity Panel ExplainedPreview
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    In today’s tutorial we’ll take a look at a tool in Illustrator which helps authoring of SVG interactivity. It’s called–wait for it–The SVG Interactivity Panel, as requested by a Tuts+ reader.Read More…
  • Animation
    Adding Appeal to Your Animations on the WebButton
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    How to add appeal to your designs by combining multiple animations, delays and timing functions.Read More…
  • UX
    How to Display Update Notifications in the Browser TabUpdate
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    In this tutorial, we are going to build a form of user feedback, making use of the browser tab as a medium for notifying users of updates. Let’s see how it’s done.Read More…
  • Bootstrap 3
    Bootstrap 3 Succinctly: Changed JavaScript FeaturesBss changed js
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    We'll continue our series on the new features in Bootstrap 3 by looking at what's changed with the JavaScript features.Read More…
  • CSS
    CSS Feature Detection: Modernizr or Feature Queries?Supports
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    In this tutorial, I’ll go over two approaches for detecting whether a browser supports certain CSS features or not. The first one takes advantage of Modernizr, a popular JavaScript library and the second one feature queries, a promising CSS solution.Read More…
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