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Good-Looking Apps with CSS3 Transitions

, 7 Jun 2012 CPOL
The aim of this article will be to first describe the concept of transitions and then to see how CSS3 Transitions works and how we can handle browsers that don’t support the feature.

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David Rousset
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David Rousset is a Senior Program Manager working for Microsoft Corp, in charge of driving adoption of HTML5 standards. He was a speaker in several famous web conferences such as Paris Web, CodeMotion, ReasonsTo or jQuery UK. He’s the co-author of the WebGL Babylon.js open-source engine. Read his blog on MSDN or follow him @davrous on Twitter.

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