Animations and Presentations

  • John Percival


As you’ve seen, animation can be handled in many forms within the browser: via the new canvas element, animated GIFs, and even animation within SVG using SMIL. This section will cover building animations in the browser and creating them using CSS level 3 (or CSS3). In addition to CSS animations, transforms, and transitions, all the new presentations and styling that CSS3 brings will be covered in detail. Features, browser support, and important “gotchas” to remember will all be reviewed as the chapter digs deep into the world of CSS3. Once you’ve got your fill, we“ll cover the important topics of sprite sheets (the huge impact they“re making in web optimization for designers and developers) and, even more importantly, mobile devices that access the Web, a technology where optimizing file size is vital.


Modern Browser Multiple Background Canvas Element Border Radius Browser Vendor 
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