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PBS KIDS on Snap.svg

I had a chance to catch up with Miguel Montanez from PBS KIDS yesterday at HTML5 Dev Conf and ask him a couple of questions about how they’re using Snap.svg. I was glad to see that Snap really simplifies their designer/developer workflow, and that PBS KIDS has extensive plans for it in the future. Continue reading →

Building a Screensaver in HTML

To get some experience working with and optimizing CSS 3D transformations, we decided to build an HTML screensaver demo (GitHub repo). Here’s how it works: Open the demo in any modern browser with proper 3D CSS transformation support (Chrome, Safari, or Firefox). Choose your favorite image sharing services (Flickr, 500px, Instagram, or Dribbble). Watch the... Continue reading →

SVG Styling

SVG is the standard scalable vector based graphics format for the web and it’s supported by all modern web browsers. SVG’s importance has grown with the increasing number of high resolution devices. JavaScript libraries like Raphaël can be used as shims to support Internet Explorer 6 – 8. The more people update to modern browsers,... Continue reading →