CSS Transforms: An Interactive Guide by Vicki Murley

CSS Transforms: An Interactive Guide

By Vicki Murley

  • Release Date: 2013-10-16
  • Genre: Internet
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Description

If you're a web developer looking to create content that goes beyond typical gridded layouts, then this is the book for you. 

Strong knowledge of CSS transforms is essential for creating interesting layouts and rich animations in web content for ebooks, native apps, and of course websites. This book takes you through each piece of the technology, with interactive examples along the way that illustrate key concepts, illuminate details, and solidify understanding. Whether you're a beginner who is looking to enhance a single web page or an experienced programmer who has gotten an unexpected result when dabbling with CSS transforms, you'll learn something new from this book.  "CSS Transforms: An Interactive Guide" also touches on the history of this technology, browser support, and web standards in general. After reading this book, you'll have a complete understanding of the technology.

Reviews

  • Web designer's friend.

    5
    By inesvigo
    I like this book very much. It is very udeful for web designers. It gives a tremendous information about CSS.
  • A thoroughly educational read

    5
    By Graouts
    This book takes you through all the compelling effects you can accomplish using CSS Transforms with very good background information to introduce the technology well. I liked the step-by-step approach to delve into each type of transform functions and each had an interactive widget allowing you to experiment with the different values than can be used and see the result immediately. And even complex topics like 4x4 matrices are covered with clarity, even if you’re not a math nut. This book should really be the starting point for anyone wanting to learn about CSS Transforms, and even experienced CSS developers will likely learn a few things from this book.

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