Posted on Feb 27, 2012
Another busy week made it hard to keep up with the steady flow of great posts while I was away on vacation. Thus, many of these will even be new to those of you who follow me on Facebook and Twitter where I usually post them as I find them. I didn’t pick up on any themes in this week, just lots of great tutorials and a handful of interesting new libraries. The browser prefix debate seemed to cool off though not completely fade this week. Enjoy.
Tutorials and Demos
Create content areas within an accordion with animated opening and closing using CSS3 and checkbox or radio inputs.
Accordion with CSS3
Thibaut Despoulain created a 3D rendered Tron disk with a animated lights that glow using Three.js. He shows how the glow effect was created here.
(WebGL) Animated selective glow in Three.js
Web-Drawing Throwdown: Paper.js Vs. Processing.js Vs. Raphael
aTabSplitter – the web standards edition
Robert Nyman shows how to save images, and other filetypes, using the browser’s localStorage API. It shoudl be noted that most items seem to work with both Firefox and Chrome, though not the blob return type. Many do not work in IE as well as Safari and Opera.
Saving images and files in localStorage
StyleBootstrap lets you visually customize the design for your Bootstrap site.
New and Updated Libraries
Getting Started with the Chai Assertion Library
Overthrow: An overflow polyfill for responsive design
LucidJS is billed as an easy-to-use event emitter that lets you create your own event system or pipe in DOM events.
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