CSS3 Animations: the Hiccups and Bugs You’ll Want to Avoidurl Sunday, December 4, 2011
CSS3 Animations: the Hiccups and Bugs You’ll Want to Avoid
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CSS3 animation is pretty darn cool. It lets us give hardware accelerated life to our previously dull websites. However, there are some major pitfalls and practices you should be aware of – let’s dig in.
The browser support for CSS3 animation is hotting up – Mozilla Firefox has joined WebKit in full support, and Internet Explorer 10 as well as Opera 12 have promised future support. This means we can start using them without fear today. However, this thriving support doesn’t come without its problems.
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