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Return to Book Page. From advanced selectors to generated content to the triumphant return of web fonts, and from gradients, shadows, and rounded corners to full-blown animations, CSS3 is a universe of creative possibilities.

No one can better guide you through these galaxies than world-renowned designer, author, and CSS superstar Dan Cederholm.

Learn what works, how it works, and how to work From advanced selectors to generated content to the triumphant return of web fonts, and from gradients, shadows, and rounded corners to full-blown animations, CSS3 is a universe of creative possibilities.

Get A Copy. Paperback , pages. Published November 16th by A Book Apart first published More Details Original Title. A Book Apart 2.

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Community Reviews. Showing Rating details. More filters. Sort order. Jan 12, Graham Herrli rated it it was ok Shelves: In this book, Dan Cederholm explains how to use CSS3 to create non-critical effects--such as the animation, feedback, and movement that help to make browsers interactive--even though CSS3 is not yet fully developed enough to rely upon for critical parts of the site like branding, usability, and layout.

He explains how to use such effects as transitions, transforms, and animations, but more importantly, he provides suggestions on when to use them. The book is not a comprehensive manual to CSS3, bu In this book, Dan Cederholm explains how to use CSS3 to create non-critical effects--such as the animation, feedback, and movement that help to make browsers interactive--even though CSS3 is not yet fully developed enough to rely upon for critical parts of the site like branding, usability, and layout.

The book is not a comprehensive manual to CSS3, but rather an in-depth exploration of how to use some of its features. Most of the explanations tend toward the simplistic, and in many cases Cederholm will show a code sample filling the whole first half of the page with only a line or two changed from a sample on the previous page.

I suppose this repetition makes the pages pass quickly, but still I was disappointed in A Book Apart; their books are supposed to be efficient and to-the-point.

By only half way through, I was already sick of the repeated mentions of how what was being shown with CSS3 could previously only be accomplished with Flash or JavaScript, and the repeated mentions of how it's necessary to include browser-specific prefixes, and the repeated mentions of how the final element in a stack should be the non-prefixed one.

To worsen this repetition, Cederholm often uses a paragraph introduction to a code sample, followed by the sample, followed by a paragraph that says again in prose what the code sample just did, and all three of these sections say the things I just listed above, meaning that he doesn't just repeat on different pages, but even on the same page.

The paragraphs before and after code samples could be condensed into a brief sentence before the sample or omitted altogether. Some things I got out of this book are: For example, put -webkit-border-radius: For example: Feb 21, tricialing rated it it was amazing Recommends it for: Really enjoyed this book.

Wish it was longer tho. Love that I can learn and play around with the sample site provided by the author as I was going through the book. Super helpful to see the big picture of CSS3. Looking forward to read the other A Book Apart Books. Deux raisons largement suffisantes pour que j'ai envie de lire cet ouvrage.

Du coup, ce cadre restreint d'utilisation des CSS3 permet de les utiliser sans prendre de risques dans nos sites actuels. Bref, que du bonheur!!!

Mar 21, Erik Mallinson rated it it was amazing Shelves: An excellent overview on the current state of CSS3. The book focuses on the CSS3 features that are supported by most up-to-date browsers today and how to use them in a inessential way — ensuring not to break anything for older browsers. Feb 02, Arnaud rated it really liked it.

Il vaut le coup? Another great book from A Book Apart.

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It's a short intro to what CSS3 we can safely use today--both the pros and cons. I've read all of Cederholm's other books and liked those just as much. He's great at showing simple demos that demonstrate the techniques he writes about.

Also of note, I read the ebook version on an iPad and loved the video snippets that demonstrated actual results of the code in the book. Feb 05, Guilherme rated it really liked it. As with the other A List Apart book, it's very practical and to the point.

I could read it in a short time and learn a lot with it. I know that these books are supposed to be short, but I couldn't help but expect at least some information about font-face and media queries.

Nevertheless, the book stays true to the series and it's a quick read packed with great information. Highly recommended for any web professional that works with CSS today. Mar 26, Harri Kauhanen rated it really liked it Shelves: Quite good tutorial on CSS3 tricks. The HTML5 book of the same book apart series is totally different style and liked it more than this. The Mobile World Chapter 2: Browsers Chapter 3: Android Chapter 4: Viewports Chapter 5: CSS Chapter 6: Touch and Pointer Events Chapter 7: Becoming a Mobile Web Developer Chapter 8: The Future of the Web on Mobile The book will be useful for mobile strategists, developers , designers, and everybody willing to better understand the intricacies of mobile — both technical and market-related.

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