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A look into Custom Filters reference implementation

Over the past two years, my team in Adobe has been actively working on the CSS Custom Filters specification (formerly CSS Shaders), which is just one part of the greater CSS Filters specification. Alongside the spec work, we have been working on the CSS Custom Filters WebKit implementation, so I’ve decided to write this blog... Continue reading →

CSS FilterLab + Grunt.js = Love

A couple of weeks ago we released a new tool called CSS FilterLab. Web designers can quickly learn the syntax of the new CSS Filters specification by using the tool’s drag-and-drop interface. Moreover, the built-in filters showcased in the tool are already supported in stable browsers such as Safari 6 and Chrome, meaning that developers... Continue reading →

CSS Shaders now in CSS Filter Effects Specification

After detailed discussion with members of the CSSWG, a decision has been made to incorporate the CSS Shaders specification into the CSS Filter Effects specification. As a result, the feature known as Shaders will now be referred to as Custom Filters. For more information, check out the CSS Custom Filters page.  Samples are also available... Continue reading →