This week: Pudding, Puzzles, and Props
CodePen: Now with More Sidebar
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Last week we kicked off December's "Four Elements" challenge with the prompt Earth. Check out the Pens from the challenge, including Luciano Felix's "Earth - The Element of Substance".
"Nothing warms the soul in the midst of Winter quite like a laptop trying to render a collection of 3d rotation animations". A bit of holiday cheer from Dan Wilson.Sponsored:
Fullstack Advanced React & GraphQL
A CSS Venn Diagram
Adrian Roselli combines CSS shapes, custom properties, and grid to build a venn diagram in this tutorial post with embedded Pens.
CodePen Radio #202: Remote Days Off
Cassidy, Alex, and Marie talk about the unique challenges of unplugging from remote work when you're taking time off, plus how they "reconnect" and get back to work.
Watch faces w/ React's Render Props
jh3y demonstrates React's render props technique with these Fitbit-style "Watch" components.
Sliding Puzzle Game - Animated CSS Grid
David Darnes brings the infuriating fun of the classic sliding puzzle game to the browser in this playable Pen.
Generative Artistry Visualisations
Ruth John shares a collection of amazing audio visualizations based on generative artistry. Press play in any of the Pens to watch it move to the music.
"It's raining bananas. Move your mouse and click to repel them!" Built with EaselJS StageGL by the CreateJS team.
Christmas Pudding Slider
A super-sweet holiday slider concept from Chris Gannon.
Explore a world of fantasy landscapes and save .jpg snapshots of your favorites in this Pen from just rachel.
Pantone Colors: 2000-2019
Browse through 19 years of Pantone's "Color of the Year" selections in Jaymie Rosen's Pen.