Have you ever created a parallax scrolling website and wanted to make it responsive but didn’t know how? Is your page working beautifully on desktops but is completely unusable on mobile and tablet devices?
Here is a step by step guide how you can turn parallax scrolling off for mobile and touch devices using enquire.js.
Today is a special day. Special day for my good old friend Game Boy.
On the 21st April 1989, Game Boy from Nintendo was released in Japan and was bundled with an iconic puzzle game Tetris.
To pay tribute to this legendary console and game, here is my 2014 variation.
Should I use this plugin or that library? Should I plan this project or dive straight into coding? Should I ask for help or figure it out myself?
I know how you feel. I felt the same way. That all changed when I started implementing the below points into my routine.
This morning Apple’s CEO Tim Cook has announced that they and Adobe have come to an agreement, allowing the forthcoming iOS8 to support Flash.
This is a second part of a guide helping front-end developers to choose the right approach when it comes to animations on the web.
Have you been asked by your client, boss or designer to create some nice animations on the next web project?
They say: “I have seen this cool effect on the other site, can you do something similar?” or “I have this idea for an animation, can you do it?” and you go: “Sure I can.” or “Hm, I don’t know…”
Tip of the day: Never say “No, I can’t do it.” That’s not what a modern front-end developers say.
You’ve asked for the code snippets of the Merry Christmallax and in this post I share with you a screencasts related to CodePen examples demonstrating how the site was put together.
You are so awesome! Thanks you for the great feedback and tons of questions about my How to create a parallax scrolling website tutorial.
I have tried to answer some of them in the comments, but some were just too complicated to explain in a few sentences.