Exploring online transition and transform tools


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Exploring online transition and transform tools

Web Design is for me, a left brain, right brain affair. I love to approach a site visually, but I also need to work with it from a code perspective. CSS Transitions and Transforms similarly exist in both worlds, and sometimes it's hard to get just what you want by working in code without a tremendous amount of trial and error. Luckily, there are a good number of online tools that can help with the visualization side of web creation, while generating the necessary code. Let me take you on a brief tour of some of my favorites.

One of the hardest of the transition related concepts to visualize is that of timing function. As described in the Chapter 2 movie, Transition Options, the timing function property controls how the transition is applied, the default being the ease value. To help you get a better sense of what's possible with timing function, not to mention the code to make it happen, check out Caesar. Caesar lets you try different timing functions over specific durations and apply one of ...

Exploring online transition and transform tools
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Exploring online transition and transform tools provides you with in-depth training on Web. Taught by Joseph Lowery as part of the CSS: Transitions and Transforms

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