.net (May 2016)

.net (May 2016)

Language: English

Pages: 116

ISBN: 2:00330806

Format: PDF / Kindle (mobi) / ePub

.net is the world’s best-selling magazine for web designers and developers. Every issue boasts pages of tutorials covering topics such as CSS, PHP, Flash, javascript, HTML5 and web graphics written by many of the world?s most respected web designers and creative design agencies. Interviews, features and pro tips also offer advice on SEO, social media marketing, web hosting, the cloud, mobile development and apps, making it the essential guide for practical web design.

.net – May 2016-P2P
English | 116 pages | True PDF | 45 MB

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tools for Android developers. may 2016 39 Q&A this kind of thing too. I’ll be working on something and remember something a site did three years ago that could be applicable for this specific problem. net: You’re building a collection of cursor effects ... TH: I just thought it’d be fun. Particles are a great little coding exercise for new people, and I was brushing up on them a little. I don’t like code going to waste, so I moved them into a library to live, and I can just refer back to

JavaScript to toggle the fade-in class on click: $('#click-me').click(function() { $('#show-me').toggleClass('fade-in'); }); Transitions We aren’t limited to using key frames. While these are well suited to standalone animations, if we’re dealing with a situation where we want to change an object from one state to another, transitions are a better option (take a look at the boxout on p85 for more on this). A popular example is the hover state, where a second state is described within the CSS.

properties, there are lots of effects we can create. Opacity can be used to pulse objects or show and Figure 1 Pressing the button applies a fade-in class with its own animation, triggering the circle to appear hide them at will. Transform can scale, rotate and move objects. Let’s put these together to create some more interesting effects. Animation principles This article sets out some principles you can apply to make sure your animations always run smoothly (netm. ag/perf-279) Introducing

the challenge of learning a new subject. net: Did you encounter any challenges? TP: One was the game art. I experimented with different styles, ranging from more realistic to pixel art. In the end I went with a flat design where I could get away with constructing the art using simple polygons. A second challenge was that while most of the flexbox properties fit well within the game’s mechanics, there were a few (like flex-grow and flex-basis) that I wasn’t able to make work. I haven’t overcome

We called the client to let him know his signs were ready. He was so excited by the turnaround he said he would drive in with a truck and pick up the order himself. We set up the sales floor with all his signs arranged from one wall to the other and waited for him at the front. The client pulls up. Steps out of his truck. Approaches the door. And there, on his forehead, is a huge purple birthmark – the ‘ink blotch’ I had perfectly airbrushed away. He came in and looked around, agape. We all stood

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