November 12th: Floating, Flying, and Flipping
Evan Lévesque demonstrates polygonize.js in this interactive Pen. Upload a photo and slide the cell sizer to create a piece of low poly art!
What can you do with data-driven shapes? Create visual manufacturing maps, graphical asset management, office layout and space planning charts, org charts, flowcharts, and more!
Scroll through a fun gallery of cascading text effects from jh3y.
Did you know there are updates available? Do you want to install them now? How about later? Or what about now? "My evilest Pen" from sean_codes.
We jumped right into the deep end with the first prompt in November's Animals challenge! Check out the Pens from the Jellyfish challenge, including Viki Johnson's animated jelly.
Holy guacamole! Romina Martin's creation for Codevember's "Green" prompt is a sassy little dip making its escape with the last chip.
Marcus Connor makes the case for rocker switches over the classic checkbox toggle switch in this thought-provoking Post.
Jessica Parsons demonstrates how all five values of the `object-fit` property work with an 800x300 image in 150x100 and 100x150 spaces.
Move your cursor to control the movement and elevation as you glide through an amazing canyon in this Pen by André Mattos.
"Simple lil' hover animation to redact text" from magnificode for Codevember's "Web" prompt.
"A high resolution coin toss app. Forces three.js to double the canvas element size before compression to create photorealistic pennies at standard browser zoom levels. Physics handled with physi.js." from Matthew Main.
The newest member of Team CodePen, Stephen Shaw, stops by the show to talk about his hiring process and what his first week has been like working at CodePen.
Henry Desroches translates a Dribbble shot by weiming into SVG and CSS in this stunning, subtly-animated Pen, created for the Codevember "Sea" prompt.