December 3rd: Snow, Stars, and Shapes
"A completely CSS/HTML playable version of the game Quarto" from Mike Golus.
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See what color o'clock it is with this Pen from Antoinette Janus. "This Pen takes three time components (hour, minute, and second) and converts time to an rgb color. Hour maps to Red, minute to Blue, and second to Green."
Thibaud Goiffon splits, shifts, and blurs an image from Sebastian Bieniek's "Doublefaced" series in this psychedelic Pen.
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We wrapped up the Animals challenge with a trip to the past! Check out the Pens from the Dinosaurs challenge, including Adam Kuhn's "Strumasaurus".
Chris Neale's "Snowworker" effect "uses a worker and a sharedArrayBuffer to keep things moving quickly, so it shouldn't block your UI thread". And it has an option to let the snow settle at the top of elements, too!
Cameron Fitzwilliam recreates the striking cover of Mark Goldman's "City on the Edge" with SVG and CSS. Check out the clever use of `writing-mode` on the spine.
Luciano Felix lights up the page with a torch built with isomer.js.
Yusuke Nakaya shares a cascade of shooting stars in this gorgeous demonstration of SCSS.
A beautiful pixelated blaze from Gerard Ferrandez. Check out the comment thread for details on how it was done and interesting forks!
Mike Quinn slices up a poster by Olly Moss and reassembles it for the front-end with intriguing parallax motion.
Gabi's interactive demo helps visualize how `shape-outside` works. Click and drag the circles to reshape the polygon, and watch the text flow along with it.
"Press the power button to switch on the printer and automatically print a photo of a random doggo. Click on the print-out to open the image in a lightbox" from George W. Park.