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CSS Transitions and Animations. Motion Path Module CSS

CSS Transitions and Animations. Motion Path Module CSS

Before CSS3 rising, front-end developers were tossed into a cold sweat, when they heard a word «animation». And all because one reason: it was very non-trivial task to make quality and beautiful animation at those old days. CSS could not do it, so all the animations were made with JavaScript. We’ve had to shovel a lot of forums to find the same fellow sufferers, and to spend a lot of time on development process, but in the end you might hear from your lead designer: «All right, could be worse.» And when finally CSS3 went to release state, the fireworks were shot hard until the morning, and the champagne flowed like a river. It was a memorable day for all web developers (the next such day was when Microsoft announced the termination of Internet Explorer support). With the advent of CSS3, many previously challenging issues turned into a simple and pleasant tasks. The same applies to animations in CSS.

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Responsive ecommerce sites

Responsive Ecommerce Sites

Long time ago when only PC and laptops were used for internet browsing, it was fairly easy to create a website that looks good on most screens. But nowadays smartphones, tablets, smartwatches and other wearable devices has significantly complicated this process. That’s why responsive ecommerce site that adapts to various screens is a necessity for many companies.

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5 best text editors for web developers

5 best text editors for web developers

“What is the best text editor for web developers?” — this questions bothers not only beginners but experienced developers as well. New software is launched regularly, client requirements are growing, your own skills are improving and you want to automate routine procedures for large projects and get as much as possible out of the box. In this article we talk about best text editors for web developers that currently exist out there.

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