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  1. This pen doesn't work on my browser which is fine because i see the requirements are set to chrome 49+, I am currently on 48. But just curious, what in your code is 49 dependent ? I feel like updating CSS via JS is not entirely new, but maybe something about the technique you are using?

  2. You could use chrome canary

  3. @verymickey This pen uses pure css variables. https://developer.mozilla.org/en-US/docs/Web/CSS/Using_CSS_variables (Have a look at the css) Like we can have variables with sass, css can have variables too. The browser support is not good (yet) http://caniuse.com/#feat=css-variables

  4. i dream of the day that i won't have to transpile to css3

    this is a glimpse of our bright future.

  5. This ide is so cool. I will probably mess around with it since I might be able to incorporate in one of my projects. How did you come up with it?

    Really cool. Great work! :)

  6. Even though it says that it is supported in chrome. I was not able to get this to work locally if I had the css and js in their individual files.

  7. it should be input event and not mousemove event......

  8. Just Found this through the 'Using CSS Variables' course on Treehouse. A brilliant demo of CSS variables!

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