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CSS is what got Philip Walton into web development, but he knows that it has its issues. When he found out about Web Components, he immediately started thinking about how the two might work together.
Animations do more than just make your website look cool, they are a third dimension with which we communicate. Courtney Hemphill looks at animation, motion, good design, and the math behind it all.
You might actually know more about programming for Google Glass than you thought you did. This presentation reveals that all it takes is a little ingenuity and CSS3.
This talk will review several examples of how to enhance an existing site with simple but lively animations that will work in modern browsers, and degrade nicely in older browsers.
Not sure what 'transform: translate3d(0,0,0)' does? Watch this quick tutorial to learn some simple tricks for triggering hardware acceleration.
Paul Trani, web evangelist for Adobe, gives a rundown of Edge Animate that highlights some of its best features and the future of interactive websites.
Jina Bolton, of Do, does a quick run down of Sass's features, then talks about how to put them into practice.
Dirk Ginader of Yahoo! goes over his favorites CSS Precompilers and why he loves them.
Marakana Instructor Rick Hurst demonstrates a hidden CSS3 feature of webkit that allows you to override the default styling of HTML5 form validation bubbles.
Hampton Catlin, inventor of Sass and original creator of Wikipedia Mobile, will take you through the design process he used for m.wikipedia.org and give you his 6 Rules of Mobile Design.
Shay Howe, UI engineer at Groupon, talks about how to write enjoyable HTML and CSS code in this presentation from HTML5 Developers Conference.
In this talk Peter Lubbers, from Google, goes over how Web Platform came to be, how it works, and how you can begin participating right now.
GitHub Designer, Julie Ann Horvath talks about hacking together a design environment.
Ben Vinegar, Front-end Engineer at Disqus, sets out to change how you think about iframes in this talk from HTML5 Dev Conf.
Marakana recorded over 40 awesome talks at HTML5 Dev Conf 3, and you'll find all of them here.
Learn how to make better looking visual effects using CSS3 tools and functions such as keyframe rules, translate3d(), skew(), matrix(), and more.