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Using CSS3 keyframe animations, developers can create smooth, maintainable animations Smashing eBook #9│Mastering CSS for Web Developers │ Online tool for creating native CSS3 Keyframes Animation. You can easy and fast generate consistent CSS3 animation using simple UI without any coding. Editorial Reviews. From the Back Cover. Get Started Fast with Professional- Quality CSS3 eBook features: Highlight, take notes, and search in the book; In this edition, page numbers are just like the physical edition; Length: pages; Enhanced.
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I'm Vicki Murley, and I'm creating an ebook that teaches web programming — specifically, one that shows you how to create simple transition animations and more complex keyframe animations using CSS.
The goal of my book is to combine beautiful imagery with hands-on interactivity to create something that is less like a conventional ebook, and more like an immersive, responsive learning tool.
In general, I like to create books on technical topics that are beautiful, fun, and engaging, which you can sit down with in a single afternoon and learn something useful. I'm looking forward to tackling all of the challenges that come with writing about CSS transitions and animations, while utilizing the lessons learned from making my first book, which is pictured below.
In addition to writing this book, I'll be publishing quick, short, useful web development tips to the Sprightly Books mailing list. Note that this book will be available in 51 countries through iTunes, just like the book on CSS Transforms. If your country is not listed here , delivery will be delayed until the book is available in a wider range of formats through a wider range of distribution channels.
That's the short version of my story! Why CSS Animation? Well, that is a great question! The first reason is that web technologies are my primary area of expertise. As you can also read in my bio linked on the right , I spent more than 10 years at Apple working on the Safari web browser and as the Safari Technologies Evangelist. You might say that I had a front row seat to the evolution of these technologies, and as a result I came to know them quite well.
I also like teaching people about web technologies because to me, it feels like they're accessible to everyone and a great entry point into programming in general.
This becomes more and more important as new groups of people such as women and young adults, and even young children get into programming. Once your order has been dispatched from our Sydney warehouse you will receive an Order Shipped status email. This will contain your tracking information All our estimates are based on business days and assume that shipping and delivery don't occur on holidays and weekends.
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Estelle passes on her knowledge in a quick efficient way. The book assumes you know html and css basics.
The content seems good but I found the authors wording terribly difficult to comprehend. I generally already understood the topic but kept having to reread sentences to try and figure not what the author was trying to convey. In short, Im going to look for another book on the topic. Now, this is my desk book about transition and animation.
This book spends way too much time talk about the theory of animating. To create an analogy: If I have some text that I want to wrap around an image, I'd just float the image right. And that's what a normal CSS book would tell you. If the author was teaching this, they would spend a couple of pages talking about the advantages disadvantages of coupling images with text, how newspapers historically started this trend, and about how many images you should float in your article and whether you should alternate the type of float as the images alternate.
Another analogy: This content is unwelcome and completely unnecessary. I don't need the "oh this is the Disney guidelines for animating stuff". There's a difference between teaching someone how to use Photoshop or a drawing app, and teaching them how to draw.
I'm only interested in better understanding the tool and most other css books are similar. I can't tell if the author took this approach just to pad the length of the book or something. Go to site. Back to top.
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