July 8th: Seeds, Surfers, and Sliders
"Thought you couldn't apply color functions in vanilla CSS? THINK AGAIN!" Una Kravets demonstrates mixing colors in CSS with calc() and CSS Variables.
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These delightfully dangly range sliders demonstrate Verly.js. From Anurag Hazra.
A little bit of pixelated fire from Tibixx. Pop open the dat.gui controls to play with fire.
Krisztina Vajda shares a receipt concept with a fun fold-out effect.
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"I'm often asked how to become a good animator. Nobody ever likes the answer...." from animator extraordinaire Chris Gannon.
"Inspired by the popular Gameboy title and a very cute icon found on Dribbble, create a form allowing to filter fish according to their name" from Gabriele Corti.
Our July API challenge blasted off with Star Wars! Check out the Pens from week one, including Ryan Mulligan's "Star Wars Opening Crawls". Sponsored by Stream.
We're half way through 2019! Marie and Cassidy are here to talk about what's trending on CodePen so far and take a glimpse at the future for the rest of the year.
An amazingly-detailed CSS portrait from Malaika Ishtiaq.
Jamie Coulter demonstrates how Thanos would use the Web Audio API in this interactive Pen.
Stephane Buellet shares a " journey through pixels, video, canvas and SVG export" in this tutorial post with a bunch of truly stunning Pens.
An emoji surfer gets an endless summer in this beautiful Pen from Yusuke Nakaya.