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 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.
Do you like to explore the code of other front-end developers?
And do you know that it’s the best way to learn new techniques of coding?
In this new series of articles I will be featuring interesting demos and code snippets from CodePen.io and you can take them apart, break them and learn something new.
I have received many messages and a positive feedback regarding my recent parallax website tutorial. Based on your feedback I have decided to create another tutorial, this time aimed more towards a junior and mid developers.
I will try to explain everything in more detail and you can also download the starting files to follow the tutorial step by step.